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GREECE SITUATION UPDATES: The death of a 19-year-old Greek student has come to symbolize everything that's wrong with austerity!!!

 
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Do you think it's possible the last election repeats and no partie could form a government?
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A govt will be formed this time. No other way, the country can't go another month without a govt. But it won't last long. If pro-bailout forces win, immediately after the elections they have announced 15+ extra different taxes and the people hardly have this kind of money, so i expect a lot of protesting and rioting. If an anti-bailout govt wins EU will fight this govt so hard with imposing measures and provoking faked riots that it won't last either. Whoever wins with the current data won't last in power more than 6 months i think. Maybe things will change, as i said before US is secretly rooting for Syriza so they maybe have a better luck and last longer.
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Re: GREECE SITUATION UPDATES: The death of a 19-year-old Greek student has come to symbolize everything that's wrong with austerity!!!
fao grexit tards.

80% of greeks want to stay in europe !

both main parties want to stay in europe !

the controversy is about the terms of the austerity deal. germany cant renegotiate because then other countries would want to renegotiate.
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Greeks want to be free from elites! They say they want EU because it's what elite media sell and inject in theire minds! They want people have afraid to be better manipulated!
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Please create some chaos tomorrow! LOL
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Do you think it's possible the last election repeats and no partie could form a government?
 Quoting: Luisport


A govt will be formed this time. No other way, the country can't go another month without a govt. But it won't last long. If pro-bailout forces win, immediately after the elections they have announced 15+ extra different taxes and the people hardly have this kind of money, so i expect a lot of protesting and rioting. If an anti-bailout govt wins EU will fight this govt so hard with imposing measures and provoking faked riots that it won't last either. Whoever wins with the current data won't last in power more than 6 months i think. Maybe things will change, as i said before US is secretly rooting for Syriza so they maybe have a better luck and last longer.
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I'm afraid of a military coup if Syriza wins and to kill his leader...
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fao grexit tards.

80% of greeks want to stay in europe !

both main parties want to stay in europe !

the controversy is about the terms of the austerity deal. germany cant renegotiate because then other countries would want to renegotiate.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17949632


As i already said in previous posts that is not true. These are faked polls. More like 50-50 the amount of people who want the euro. The polls that say this 80% are fake. In alternative media with well-informed people 80% wants the drachma back. These same polls said that ND will win by a large margin and we all saw how that turned out for them.The elite in the country wants the euro no doubt about it. The average people couldn't care more about the currency, they just want a decent living. Regardless of what MSM wants you to believe quality of life of the Greek people fell 65% from 2002 to 2009 when the euro was installed as a currency and since 2009 this number probably got even bigger. Everything became far more expensive. Don't believe everything you hear in the MSM, this crisis is one of the biggest mass propaganda/disinfo i've ever seen taking place in Europe.
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Do you think it's possible the last election repeats and no partie could form a government?
 Quoting: Luisport


A govt will be formed this time. No other way, the country can't go another month without a govt. But it won't last long. If pro-bailout forces win, immediately after the elections they have announced 15+ extra different taxes and the people hardly have this kind of money, so i expect a lot of protesting and rioting. If an anti-bailout govt wins EU will fight this govt so hard with imposing measures and provoking faked riots that it won't last either. Whoever wins with the current data won't last in power more than 6 months i think. Maybe things will change, as i said before US is secretly rooting for Syriza so they maybe have a better luck and last longer.
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Is it %100 that if Syriza wins Greece will exit Eurozone or are there any chances that bailout terms negotiations could bring some results ?
Sorry, if this has been answered allready.
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Do you think it's possible the last election repeats and no partie could form a government?
 Quoting: Luisport


A govt will be formed this time. No other way, the country can't go another month without a govt. But it won't last long. If pro-bailout forces win, immediately after the elections they have announced 15+ extra different taxes and the people hardly have this kind of money, so i expect a lot of protesting and rioting. If an anti-bailout govt wins EU will fight this govt so hard with imposing measures and provoking faked riots that it won't last either. Whoever wins with the current data won't last in power more than 6 months i think. Maybe things will change, as i said before US is secretly rooting for Syriza so they maybe have a better luck and last longer.
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I'm afraid of a military coup if Syriza wins and to kill his leader...
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That would be a terrible outcome for everyone involved and i mean the whole of Europe. It will put us back in the dark ages if an European leader can be killed especially after this big amount of coverage. Only positive thing from a coup is that the debt will be erased but i don't even want to think about it. Interesting times we live in no doubt about that.
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Do you think it's possible the last election repeats and no partie could form a government?
 Quoting: Luisport


A govt will be formed this time. No other way, the country can't go another month without a govt. But it won't last long. If pro-bailout forces win, immediately after the elections they have announced 15+ extra different taxes and the people hardly have this kind of money, so i expect a lot of protesting and rioting. If an anti-bailout govt wins EU will fight this govt so hard with imposing measures and provoking faked riots that it won't last either. Whoever wins with the current data won't last in power more than 6 months i think. Maybe things will change, as i said before US is secretly rooting for Syriza so they maybe have a better luck and last longer.
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I'm afraid of a military coup if Syriza wins and to kill his leader...
 Quoting: Luisport


That would be a terrible outcome for everyone involved and i mean the whole of Europe. It will put us back in the dark ages if an European leader can be killed especially after this big amount of coverage. Only positive thing from a coup is that the debt will be erased but i don't even want to think about it. Interesting times we live in no doubt about that.
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This is my biggest fear!
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Do you think it's possible the last election repeats and no partie could form a government?
 Quoting: Luisport


A govt will be formed this time. No other way, the country can't go another month without a govt. But it won't last long. If pro-bailout forces win, immediately after the elections they have announced 15+ extra different taxes and the people hardly have this kind of money, so i expect a lot of protesting and rioting. If an anti-bailout govt wins EU will fight this govt so hard with imposing measures and provoking faked riots that it won't last either. Whoever wins with the current data won't last in power more than 6 months i think. Maybe things will change, as i said before US is secretly rooting for Syriza so they maybe have a better luck and last longer.
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Is it %100 that if Syriza wins Greece will exit Eurozone or are there any chances that bailout terms negotiations could bring some results ?
Sorry, if this has been answered allready.
 Quoting: Gregor Samsa


EU can't kick Greece out of the euro. They can starve us to death though so we can pick up our toys and GTFO by ourselves. Syriza says about negotiation for start and if the EU won't do that they want to cancel the whole terms and audit the debt because everybody knows is odious. Can't see the EU negotiating though, Merkel stated last time that we will be exemplary punished for our actions and i personally think she really means it. Either way it's not going to end good for Greece. It's a fucked if you, fucked if you don't situation.
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As i already said in previous posts that is not true. These are faked polls. More like 50-50 the amount of people who want the euro. The polls that say this 80% are fake. In alternative media with well-informed people 80% wants the drachma back. These same polls said that ND will win by a large margin and we all saw how that turned out for them.The elite in the country wants the euro no doubt about it. The average people couldn't care more about the currency, they just want a decent living. Regardless of what MSM wants you to believe quality of life of the Greek people fell 65% from 2002 to 2009 when the euro was installed as a currency and since 2009 this number probably got even bigger. Everything became far more expensive. Don't believe everything you hear in the MSM, this crisis is one of the biggest mass propaganda/disinfo i've ever seen taking place in Europe.
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interesting,thanks for posting
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Do you think it's possible the last election repeats and no partie could form a government?
 Quoting: Luisport


A govt will be formed this time. No other way, the country can't go another month without a govt. But it won't last long. If pro-bailout forces win, immediately after the elections they have announced 15+ extra different taxes and the people hardly have this kind of money, so i expect a lot of protesting and rioting. If an anti-bailout govt wins EU will fight this govt so hard with imposing measures and provoking faked riots that it won't last either. Whoever wins with the current data won't last in power more than 6 months i think. Maybe things will change, as i said before US is secretly rooting for Syriza so they maybe have a better luck and last longer.
 Quoting: insertfunnyusername


Is it %100 that if Syriza wins Greece will exit Eurozone or are there any chances that bailout terms negotiations could bring some results ?
Sorry, if this has been answered allready.
 Quoting: Gregor Samsa


EU can't kick Greece out of the euro. They can starve us to death though so we can pick up our toys and GTFO by ourselves. Syriza says about negotiation for start and if the EU won't do that they want to cancel the whole terms and audit the debt because everybody knows is odious. Can't see the EU negotiating though, Merkel stated last time that we will be exemplary punished for our actions and i personally think she really means it. Either way it's not going to end good for Greece. It's a fucked if you, fucked if you don't situation.
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Thank you and good luck tomorrowhf
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EU can't kick Greece out of the euro. They can starve us to death though so we can pick up our toys and GTFO by ourselves. Syriza says about negotiation for start and if the EU won't do that they want to cancel the whole terms and audit the debt because everybody knows is odious. Can't see the EU negotiating though, Merkel stated last time that we will be exemplary punished for our actions and i personally think she really means it. Either way it's not going to end good for Greece. It's a fucked if you, fucked if you don't situation.
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the whole of the EU is in the same boat,watch the domino effect!


i believe a famine is coming
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A govt will be formed this time. No other way, the country can't go another month without a govt. But it won't last long. If pro-bailout forces win, immediately after the elections they have announced 15+ extra different taxes and the people hardly have this kind of money, so i expect a lot of protesting and rioting. If an anti-bailout govt wins EU will fight this govt so hard with imposing measures and provoking faked riots that it won't last either. Whoever wins with the current data won't last in power more than 6 months i think. Maybe things will change, as i said before US is secretly rooting for Syriza so they maybe have a better luck and last longer.
 Quoting: insertfunnyusername


Is it %100 that if Syriza wins Greece will exit Eurozone or are there any chances that bailout terms negotiations could bring some results ?
Sorry, if this has been answered allready.
 Quoting: Gregor Samsa


EU can't kick Greece out of the euro. They can starve us to death though so we can pick up our toys and GTFO by ourselves. Syriza says about negotiation for start and if the EU won't do that they want to cancel the whole terms and audit the debt because everybody knows is odious. Can't see the EU negotiating though, Merkel stated last time that we will be exemplary punished for our actions and i personally think she really means it. Either way it's not going to end good for Greece. It's a fucked if you, fucked if you don't situation.
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Thank you and good luck tomorrowhf
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Thank you too my friend. Best wishes from Greecehf
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Is it %100 that if Syriza wins Greece will exit Eurozone or are there any chances that bailout terms negotiations could bring some results ?
Sorry, if this has been answered allready.
 Quoting: Gregor Samsa


EU can't kick Greece out of the euro. They can starve us to death though so we can pick up our toys and GTFO by ourselves. Syriza says about negotiation for start and if the EU won't do that they want to cancel the whole terms and audit the debt because everybody knows is odious. Can't see the EU negotiating though, Merkel stated last time that we will be exemplary punished for our actions and i personally think she really means it. Either way it's not going to end good for Greece. It's a fucked if you, fucked if you don't situation.
 Quoting: insertfunnyusername


Thank you and good luck tomorrowhf
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Thank you too my friend. Best wishes from Greecehf
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Like the above poster from UK said, Greece is not alone in this. Maybe Greek people will suffer first but it's coming to all towns sooner or later. Best wishes from the neighborcheers
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EU can't kick Greece out of the euro. They can starve us to death though so we can pick up our toys and GTFO by ourselves. Syriza says about negotiation for start and if the EU won't do that they want to cancel the whole terms and audit the debt because everybody knows is odious. Can't see the EU negotiating though, Merkel stated last time that we will be exemplary punished for our actions and i personally think she really means it. Either way it's not going to end good for Greece. It's a fucked if you, fucked if you don't situation.
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the whole of the EU is in the same boat,watch the domino effect!


i believe a famine is coming
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1496863


True that. I think this is the year. It is obvious they are prepare us for something big. I would like to share a prophetical article from telegraph from 2007. Go about in the middle of the article and read what the lads is saying there.
In contrast, the EU quite deliberately created the most dangerous credit bubble of all: EMU. And, whereas the mission of the Fed is to avoid a financial crisis, the mission of the ECB is to provoke one

Linkie here: [link to www.telegraph.co.uk]

It is so obvious they want to starve us so we will accept the further unification of Europe like it is our divine savior. This was designed by the beginning of the euro. They are playing their cards perfectly though, most sheeps can't see a damn thing.
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The Only 5 Industries That Are Booming In Greece

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True that. I think this is the year. It is obvious they are prepare us for something big. I would like to share a prophetical article from telegraph from 2007. Go about in the middle of the article and read what the lads is saying there.
In contrast, the EU quite deliberately created the most dangerous credit bubble of all: EMU. And, whereas the mission of the Fed is to avoid a financial crisis, the mission of the ECB is to provoke one

Linkie here: [link to www.telegraph.co.uk]

It is so obvious they want to starve us so we will accept the further unification of Europe like it is our divine savior. This was designed by the beginning of the euro. They are playing their cards perfectly though, most sheeps can't see a damn thing.
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the sheep cant see anything,99% of people are BLIND,if you point out reality they start shaking with hatred,these are the same people that nailed christ to the cross

the ships going down,the US is fucked as well,we are heading for world wide revolution,food shortages,to be honest i am looking forward to it,the worlds a mess and needs to change,its going to bet far worse before it gets better though.....

i will be watching the greek elections with interest
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True that. I think this is the year. It is obvious they are prepare us for something big. I would like to share a prophetical article from telegraph from 2007. Go about in the middle of the article and read what the lads is saying there.
In contrast, the EU quite deliberately created the most dangerous credit bubble of all: EMU. And, whereas the mission of the Fed is to avoid a financial crisis, the mission of the ECB is to provoke one

Linkie here: [link to www.telegraph.co.uk]

It is so obvious they want to starve us so we will accept the further unification of Europe like it is our divine savior. This was designed by the beginning of the euro. They are playing their cards perfectly though, most sheeps can't see a damn thing.
 Quoting: insertfunnyusername


the sheep cant see anything,99% of people are BLIND,if you point out reality they start shaking with hatred,these are the same people that nailed christ to the cross

the ships going down,the US is fucked as well,we are heading for world wide revolution,food shortages,to be honest i am looking forward to it,the worlds a mess and needs to change,its going to bet far worse before it gets better though.....

i will be watching the greek elections with interest
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1496863


Bad times ahead. We all should be prepared. I couldn't agree more with what you say about the hatred. I've posted the same thing in a relative thread yesterday that my biggest worry of these events unfolding in Europe is that EU is doing exactly whats it was not supposed to do. Spread hate among fellow Europeans to protect the interests of the banks and big financial institutions and i don't know if this could end well. The orchestrated MSM propaganda is very big and affects a lot of people who blindly believe them and spreading even more the hate. So we have lazy Greeks, mafiosi Italians, nazi Germans, Portuguese had a coup for 50 years so something must be wrong with them too and even the English govt starting saying to its citizens that they don't work hard enough and who knows with what else TPTB will come next. All average Europeans must inform themselves that it is not their actions that lead us in this shite, politicians sold their souls and voters to the banksters and we don't have no reason whatsoever to hate each other. Let's not play the game they want us to play. Recent history proved that this is very dangerous.

Last Edited by insertfunnyusername on 06/16/2012 08:19 AM
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I'm just seeing live news from portuguese reporter in Athens and all people say ND will win and everyone have afraid from leave Euro...
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I'm just seeing live news from portuguese reporter in Athens and all people say ND will win and everyone have afraid from leave Euro...
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Can you repeat that?
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I'm just seeing live news from portuguese reporter in Athens and all people say ND will win and everyone have afraid from leave Euro...
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all people say ND will win and everyone have afraid from leave Euro...


^^^This^^^
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I'm just seeing live news from portuguese reporter in Athens and all people say ND will win and everyone have afraid from leave Euro...
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Can you repeat that?
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Yes... she says that people are in panik taking money from banks with the afraid of Syriza and the possible go out of euro...
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I'm just seeing live news from portuguese reporter in Athens and all people say ND will win and everyone have afraid from leave Euro...
 Quoting: Luisport


Can you repeat that?
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Yes... she says that people are in panik taking money from banks with the afraid of Syriza and the possible go out of euro...
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In Portugal?
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I'm just seeing live news from portuguese reporter in Athens and all people say ND will win and everyone have afraid from leave Euro...
 Quoting: Luisport


Can you repeat that?
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Yes... she says that people are in panik taking money from banks with the afraid of Syriza and the possible go out of euro...
 Quoting: Luisport


See this is all it takes to implode the economy!!! The elections are really irrelivant in many ways, but if people panic they can bring the whole thing down!!
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I'm just seeing live news from portuguese reporter in Athens and all people say ND will win and everyone have afraid from leave Euro...
 Quoting: Luisport


Can you repeat that?
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Yes... she says that people are in panik taking money from banks with the afraid of Syriza and the possible go out of euro...
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The reporter is in Athens making reportage to our state TV

In Portugal?
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I hope Greece leaves the Eurozone and get's the collapse of this corrupt financial system worldwide started. Enough already.

I can guarantee all the buried bodies will start to turn up when this process finally begins. There will be a tidal wave of disclosure that will send all peoples into the street and after the BANKSTERS. I can't wait.

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I'm just seeing live news from portuguese reporter in Athens and all people say ND will win and everyone have afraid from leave Euro...
 Quoting: Luisport


It will be a tight battle no doubt about that. But especially in Athens ND is fucked. Last time Syriza had twice the votes in Athens and this time polls saying the spread might be even bigger. ND had a clear lead in the countryside where things are not bad. Life is cheaper and the quality of life is far better. In the big cities like Athens, Thessaloniki and Patra Syriza wins by a very large margin because life there has become unbearable. No chance in hell that ND will win in Athens.
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I'm just seeing live news from portuguese reporter in Athens and all people say ND will win and everyone have afraid from leave Euro...
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It will be a tight battle no doubt about that. But especially in Athens ND is fucked. Last time Syriza had twice the votes in Athens and this time polls saying the spread might be even bigger. ND had a clear lead in the countryside where things are not bad. Life is cheaper and the quality of life is far better. In the big cities like Athens, Thessaloniki and Patra Syriza wins by a very large margin because life there has become unbearable. No chance in hell that ND will win in Athens.
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Do you think that there are any chance of cheating results?
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I'm just seeing live news from portuguese reporter in Athens and all people say ND will win and everyone have afraid from leave Euro...
 Quoting: Luisport


It will be a tight battle no doubt about that. But especially in Athens ND is fucked. Last time Syriza had twice the votes in Athens and this time polls saying the spread might be even bigger. ND had a clear lead in the countryside where things are not bad. Life is cheaper and the quality of life is far better. In the big cities like Athens, Thessaloniki and Patra Syriza wins by a very large margin because life there has become unbearable. No chance in hell that ND will win in Athens.
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The Greeks and all other peoples of the world should wise up. It is just a matter of time(a short time) before the entire corrupt system comes crashing down. I say sooner instead of later because the EU and IMF are just trying to secure what gold and few assets these countries have left before they pull the plug. Wake up Greeks.
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Re: GREECE SITUATION UPDATES: The death of a 19-year-old Greek student has come to symbolize everything that's wrong with austerity!!!
I'm just seeing live news from portuguese reporter in Athens and all people say ND will win and everyone have afraid from leave Euro...
 Quoting: Luisport


It will be a tight battle no doubt about that. But especially in Athens ND is fucked. Last time Syriza had twice the votes in Athens and this time polls saying the spread might be even bigger. ND had a clear lead in the countryside where things are not bad. Life is cheaper and the quality of life is far better. In the big cities like Athens, Thessaloniki and Patra Syriza wins by a very large margin because life there has become unbearable. No chance in hell that ND will win in Athens.
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Do you think that there are any chance of cheating results?
 Quoting: Luisport


Not to a big degree. Maybe 1% but thats about it. Paper ballot here in Greece. Had two friends working in the last elections. They were counting votes one by one. My best mate spent something like 18 hours in there.lolsign
Every party has a representative in the counting of the votes in all of the voting stations and they are there monitoring the counting of the votes so this is not very likely. If some representative objects they start the counting all over again one by one. Only fraud that they have committed is nationalizing and giving visas to immigrants. PASOK famously does that in the last 5 years and did it in the last elections too.

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