Mr Draghi, what are you afraid of?
Join the campaign to demand that the ECB publish the legal opinion it commissioned on whether its closure of Greece’s banks in 2015 was… legal
What is this campaign?
Deep in a vault in the headquarters of the European Central Bank (ECB) lie #TheGreekFiles, a legal opinion about the ECB’s actions towards Greece in 2015 that could send shockwaves across Europe.
As a European taxpayer, you paid for these documents. But the ECB’s boss, ex-Goldman Sachs head Mario Draghi, says you can’t see them.
So former Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis and MEP Fabio de Masi, together with a broad alliance of politicians and academics (below), have announced they will file a mass freedom of information request to the ECB to uncover #TheGreekFiles once and for all.
If Mario says no, they’ll take the campaign to the next level, and consider all options – including legal action – to make this vital information public.
Source: Campaign: #TheGreekFiles
By a fully updated report on the worrying rise of violence and crime in Greece , Greece’s Opposition party leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis, blamed Greek PM Alexis Tsipras in Parliament for his government “showing tolerance to crime and sympathizing the terrorists, while letting the streets with reduced presence of police, allowing criminals to merge with new terrorist groups, who reportedly maintain cells in downtown Athens, and leaving the citizens unprotected due to the leftist government’s “obsessions on security” , speaking during a Parliamentary Query session on Friday February 17th
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An “epidemic” washing over other European countries may see the end of the EU, warned Yanis Varoufakis, Greece’s former finance minister in his interview to be shown by Al Jazeera TV on Sunday February 12.
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The Greek government alleged the recent article published by British media outlet “Guardian”, which outlined the conditions in Greek public hospitals, and HAI , saying it was more was more or less a fabricated piece of reporting….
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Hope is on the way , was Alexis Tsipras’ slogan that brought him to power in January 2015
While two years later, Greek PM saw “light in the end of the tunnel”, as he said on his New Years Eve message,- exactly as his predecessor Antonis Samaras did, precisely two Januaries earlier ,before his fall,- Greeks showed to be more pessimistic than ever about the country’ s economic prospects and their own finances in the coming year, according to survey conducted on last days of last year
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Greek Finance Minister officially declared the country’s “adherence”, “compliance” and “faithfulness” to Greece’s creditors by his apology letter sent to promise that Tsipras’ government will never give any relief to the poorest of the country without the creditors permission.
But before that , he cleverly chose to show his bravery to the Greek audience- and only- , reminding …
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