Tuesday, February 07, 2012

Watch out for cancelled national elections

What will be the likely next step in the EU crisis?

We have seen elected governments replaced in Greece and Italy. Money talks and strong-arms all aside. The euro crisis was predicted and therefore probably contrived! Was it for these ends?

In Greece elections were to follow Papdemos' appointment in the spring. The  so-called "technocrat" inserted into the position of Greek Prime Minister is at this moment discussing increased austerity with the three political party leaders of that oppressed country, see this Trichet side-kick, Lucas Papademos heading for that meeting in the image on this link.

Another spring election for a Euro Group member state is that for the President of France scheduled for April. How much deeper must the euro crisis become to put that plebiscite at risk, one must wonder, or will the necessary next step take place in Italy with a longer term appointment of Mario Monti, without any national vote?

Do the still existing democracies in Europe really not care about what has been done to democracy within the EU which every day becomes a little worse but ever more embedded?



Blogger Sue said...

Romania will be the next one to have an autocrat installed. It's PM has just resigned.

10:15 AM  
Blogger Martin said...

Noted Sue, It seems the head of the secret service in Romania has been made the successor. I wonder if he is a democrat?

1:36 PM  

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