The Greek referendum on the EU bailout plan changed less than might have been expected. European leaders continue to bend over backwards to accommodate the Greeks while turning a blind eye to the reality of Greek toxic debt. What’s more, there is a danger that in so doing, other more serious matters, such as Ukraine and the rise of ISIS, are being dangerously overlooked.

<i>Most people thought that the Greek referendum would have brought the Greek crisis to a turning point: structural reforms or Grexit. Yet, a week after the Greek voters rejected the reform programme, the negotiators from Athens were still talking to Brussels in order to obtain ext...

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Professor Enrico Colombatto
The “day after” has shown that the referendum was not about the Greek bailout, the economy and austerity. Rather, it was about Tsipras’ political legitimacy and the role effectively played by the European Union.
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