Posted by :Team Aman newsPosted date : February 28, 2015In GermanyComments Off on Greece bailout passes with massive majority
Unsere heutige Titelseite: BILD-Leser sagen NEIN! Keine weiteren Milliarden für Griechenland! http://t.co/uaDuYE8WMo pic.twitter.com/z22C34ypyc
— BILD (@BILD) February 27, 2015
A contrary “Yes! Yes! Yes!” was the response in commentary on news site Spiegel Online.
“We need … a loud ‘Yes’ to the euro, to Europe and to the legacy of Helmut Kohl,” it said, referring to Germany’s ex-chancellor, a driving force behind European enlargement and integration after the fall of the Berlin Wall.
The International Monetary Fund and the European Central Bank, which together with the eurozone states hold most of Greece’s debts, have also expressed misgivings.
Merkel has said the extension is just a “starting point” and that Berlin is under “no illusions” about the challenges ahead.
Alexander Kritikos, research director at the German DIW economic institute, said Greeks had an “old habit” of focusing their anger just on Schäuble, but others such as Finland, the Netherlands and Baltic states also took a firm line.
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