Greek Drama, Act 2: The Chorus Speaks

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The ancient greek tragedy 'Medea' of Euripedes in the ancient theatre of Epidaurus, in Greece.

Greek Drama, Act 2: The Chorus Speaks


(Brussels, July 1, 2015) Anger, confusion, desperation and will to kill, are the feelings of the Greeks who are queuing before empty ATMs to get € 60, half of the weekly withdrawal limit which is set to € 120.

Sunday, the Greeks will vote and will decide to stay in Europe and get rid of the SYRIZA government (YES) or to keep the SYRIZA government in power leave Euro and the EU and formalize the bankruptcy of the country (NO).

This morning, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras sent a draft proposa...


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