- "Negotiations have stalled because Greece’s creditors (a) refused to reduce our un-payable public debt and (b) insisted that it should be repaid ‘parametrically’ by the weakest members of our society, their children and their grandchildren."
- "The IMF, the United States’ government, many other governments around the globe, and most independent economists believe — along with us — that the debt must be restructured."
- "The Eurogroup had previously (November 2012) conceded that the debt ought to be restructured but is refusing to commit to a debt restructure."
- "Since the announcement of the referendum, official Europe has sent signals that they are ready to discuss debt restructuring. These signals show that official Europe too would vote NO on its own ‘final’ offer."
- "Greece will stay in the euro. Deposits in Greece’s banks are safe. Creditors have chosen the strategy of blackmail based on bank closures. The current impasse is due to this choice by the creditors and not by the Greek government discontinuing the negotiations or any Greek thoughts of Grexit and devaluation. Greece’s place in the Eurozone and in the European Union is non-negotiable.". (edit)... (Yanis Varoufakis).... Please find the rest of this article at:
Wednesday, July 1, 2015
ΌΧΙ! NO! "Why we recommend a NO in the referendum" (Yanis Varoufakis)
"Why we recommend a NO in the referendum – in 6 short bullet points" (Y.V.)