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El 5 de julio de 2015 se celebró en Grecia un histórico referéndum contra el memorando de austeridad de la troika, el resultado fue un contundente 61,5% de los votos por el NO. Dos años...

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On 5 July 2015 a historic referendum took place in Greece against the European troika’s austerity memorandum, with a tremendous 61.5% majority vote for No. But two years later, ANDROS PAYIATOS from Xekinima (CWI in...

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On 20 September, Syriza was returned to power in a snap general election and is set to share power again with the right-wing Independent Greeks....

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Mass revolutionary Left needed to find way out of crisis of capitalist system...

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Después de la capitulación de Syriza, dando los primeros pasos hacia la construcción de una nueva alternativa de masas de Izquierda para hacer frente a la austeridad y el capitalismo Traducido al Español, Click here...

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After Syriza capitulates, taking first steps towards building a new mass Left alternative to austerity and capitalism También en español Xekinima (CWI Greece) published a statement after the Greek Prime Minister and leader of Syriza,...

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July 9th was a black day for the Greek left. SYRIZA’s leading team, around Prime Minister Tsipras, subordinated itself completely and absolutely to the demands of the Troika lenders. ...

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Referendum earthquake sees working class boldly defy Troika and Greece’s servile ruling class! Editorial comment by Xekinima (CWI Greece), 6 July 2015 Yesterday’s Greek referendum saw the working class gave a powerful reply to the...

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Events in Greece have thrown the entire Eurozone into crisis and threaten its very existence. Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras called a referendum for 5 July proposing a ‘No’ vote on the demands of the...

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Workers and poor cannot take more calamitous austerity Published in The Socialist, weekly newspaper of the Socialist Party (CWI England & Wales), Issue 859 Is ‘Grexit’ looming? Recently Greece has appeared to move a step closer...

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