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SYRIZA dissidents suggest early elections or referendum before Measures ratification

Three former ministers and ten more members of the Central Committee of ruling left-wing SYRIZA asked for early elections before ratifying the additional austerity measures agreed with creditors in Malta.

The text triggered strong strong confrontation, at the end the dissidents’ text was not even accepted for voting.
The point is therefore whether SYRIZA will still be in power to implement the measures or some New Democracy-PASOK subsidiaries coalition government.
Elections are scheduled in Greece for 2019.

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  1. Why am I sensing that for our creditors the shelf life of SYRIZA is coming to an end? When the only debt relief that will be forthcoming in the coming months will be nothing more than mere window dressing, there will be some sort of weak revolt from the base and the creditors will then give the nod for general elections (no elections without their prior agreement I’m afraid) so the sheeptle can vote for the next useful idiot (eg. Mitsotakis) and the pretend cycle can begin again. I can hear that idiot already bleating: “if we just do what our partners tell us and vote for additional austerity measures, we will get debt relief”, “one last sacrifice today and we will return to growth tomorrow”, etc.