I am afraid this Troika, the lenders of Greece are always one step behind. Whether it is about the wages in Greece, or false predictions about recession, for example. Now the Troika seems to have not heard anything about the elections of May 6th or the blurred political balances and the possible difficulties to form a coalition government right after the snap polls.
The representative of European Commission Matthias Morse sent a letter to Greek Health and Labour ministers. In a sharp tune, Morse urges Loverdos and Koutroumanis (both PASOK) to inform him about their plans on the unification of insurance funds under the new unmrella organization for the health care (EOPPY). Matthis Morse definitely wants to know what the government by next June and demands to be informed as soon as possible.
Furthermore, the Troika representatives plan to visit Athens between May 16-21 in order to coordinate a number of issues with the Finance Ministry like review of the progress of the 2nd Memorandum of Understanding, and additional measures worth 11.6 billion euro for the years 2013-2014.
Currently nobody can predict with certainty about the government that will emerge from the parliamentary elections. Does the Troika know more about it?