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Tsipras wins the elections as expected and will govern again with the right wings allies of Anel. The unknowns of the future

1442812785.jpgSo Tsipras is again at the head of Greek politics. The markets, the EU, the Greeks themselves are not all that unhappy, although the turnout was low, little more than one voter out of two fact went to the polls.

Tsipras will then continue in his "unnatural" austerity policy (he was elected to the previous mandate to propose a policy of expansion), trying to renegotiate with the EU (and the ever-resurgent Troika) a reduction to the debt of the Greek state, considered non-refundable in the medium term, so it might as well to renegotiate it.

There is a certain sense of fatalism behind the results of these elections. It could not be him to win. But this fatalism is likely to ruin any ideals, leaving only the resignation of an entire people. Here it is, this is the real challenge of Tsipras, to avoid resignation. Greece needs to find the power of creativity.

Source: CittàNuova.it

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