It seems that the Commission has launched an investigation into the purchase of a Greek state owned bank by a Greek commercial bank in 2012. The investigation would be unimportant and one of many carried by the Commission on regular basis based on Complaints, but this case presents a particular interest.

Indeed, it seems that the purchase was cleared by the then Prime Minister of Greece Andonis Samaras who now is the leader of the Greek opposition.

It is common understanding that for Greece to find a solution to its problems (Anarchy, Immigration, Cash-flow) it needs to take serious unpopular measures and only a grand coalition government can do this.

An effective grand coalition can only be between the two big parties, SYRIZA (GUE) without its neo-communist components and NEA DEMOKRATIA (EPP) under a new leader.