The new Greek leaders seem determined to break free from the control of the troika. They reported several times in recent days. They said on Friday including the boss of the eurozone Jeroen Dijsselbloem by the voice of Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis (see here).
For many Greeks, these experts representing the ECB (ECB), the European Union and the IMF (International Monetary Fund) embody an austerity policy that they do not want Moreover, considering that this austerity has worsened their living conditions.
Dial without this troika, how is it perceived? The question was asked on Saturday to several Athenians. “If there is no plan B, says Fotis Paraskavopoulos, so you can feed some concerns. But the fact of not wanting to deal with the troika, this will have any problem. What I hope still is that the government has an alternative. “
” I do not know whether to be worried, says for his part Simonek Sophia. What I know is that people are tired. And that is why they voted for Syriza. I hope that things will work out and that leaders know what they do. “
Does Greece will ignore its commitments to the creditors? No, said Friday the president of the Eurogroup. To the contrary, the Greek government began a European tour this Saturday to clarify his views.
Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis and comes to Paris this Saturday, before a visit by Prime Minister on Wednesday. Alexis Tsipras also will stop in Rome. Purpose of the tour: to try to find support likely, he said, to influence the German position on fiscal orthodoxy