TROIKA isn't going to renegotiate Memorandum before its implementation!
According to the article on the Sunday edition of "To Paron” newspaper, our beloved PM paid the extortionate amount of 511 Euros for taxes to the Greek state, while his income was over 2.2 million euros!
During his term as vice president of the European Central Bank Mr.Papademos received non-taxable income of 250,000 to 311,000 Euros per year...
In addition, he received about 1,400 Euros per month as a professor at the University of Athens (also non-taxable).
The only taxable income of the Greek PM was 24,024.38 Euros, for which he paid the corresponding tax of 511 Euros..!
But the brave man, from the first moment of assuming the position of Prime Minister gave up all monetary compensation!
Nigel Farage: "These are big changes - the euro is doomed. And your policy sir, even if Greece accepts the austerity you're putting upon them, even if for the next eight years they obey all of this, they'll be still in 2020 have a debt GDP ratio of a 120 percent; which makes one ask "What is the point?"
The answer: "Laughing"
Watch the video below:
In his interview for the German newspaper «Sueddeutsche Zeitung» the American economist warns against the austerity policy implemented in many European countries:
"Democracies can withstand cuts without seeing light at the end of the tunnel, but there is always a red line... nowhere in the world can we find an example where salary, pension and social expenditure cuts resulted in the growth of a weak country!"