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Wednesday, 17 June 2015

Greece: η Αλήθεια του Χρέους: "Debt Truth" Committee Executive Summary; η Επιτροπή Αλήθειας του Χρέους; Eric Toussaint audits Greek debt; ο Ερικ Τουσέν



Update, BBC Interview with Zoe Konstantopoulou - Greek debt 'illegal, illegitimate and odious'

Read here - from the Committee for the Abolition of Third World Debt - Executive Summary of the report from the Debt Truth Committee.

Extraordinary conclusions.

See also zerohedge - Greek Debt Committee Just Declared All Debt To The Troika "Illegal, Illegitimate, And Odious"

From in.gr - Συνεδρίαση της Επιτροπής Αλήθειας του Χρέους στο υπουργείο Εθνικής Άμυνας

Eric Toussaint : "Radical Eric Toussaint to audit Greek debt" (LINKS, March 21, 2015, http://links.org.au/node/4347):

"The president of the Greek parliament, Zoe Konstantopoulou, has set up a commission to audit the Greek debt and has asked me to play an active part in it. I have accepted the role to assume its scientific coordination". See the full article for more background and an explanation concerning the ideological approach to the study.

Protothema report - Προφανώς ο πιο έμπιστος συνεργάτης της Ζωής Κωνσταντοπούλου στην επιτροπή για το χρέος - ο Ερικ Τουσέν

Greek Reporter - Parliament’s Debt Truth Committee Proposes ‘Suspension of Payments’-

Ionian University's Bill Mallinson on RT - Greece part of the ruble zone?

The Concept of Odious Debt (World Bank) - posted on Corfu Forum

Another view of "The Truth"

The Guardian, article by Harry Theoharis - "Greece blames everybody but itself for its economic woes - Austerity has provided a useful scapegoat for the many populists and nationalists who can’t admit that Greece’s problems were largely home-grown"

"Austerity has played the role of the useful idiot for populists and nationalists in Greece who don’t want to accept that the roots of Greece’s economic and political problems were largely home-grown: chronically weak fiscal institutions and a dysfunctional legal, regulatory and tax system that for decades prevented the emergence of globally competitive private enterprises".


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