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Ansip: money invested in ESM won't be lost  

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That's the dues to be a member of club Euro...you know, the Greeks have to have money...they can't live with further cuts...as one Greek told me recently "more cuts and we will be like Bulgarians and that's not going to happen!" Reply to the comment answer
~zebber [16.08.2012, 11:39]
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Chic. The Estonian folk suffered hard cuts and reforms to get into the EURO only to pay now the depth to other countries and give up a part of their souveranity. This I call democracy. Reply to the comment answer
~scheileke [16.08.2012, 12:08]
It's called plutocracy.
~knut albers [16.08.2012, 12:37]
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Lets hope, that the referendum in Germany comes through, and the folk will vote "no". Reply to the comment answer
~scheileke [17.08.2012, 02:12]
Since when the electorate has a say on essential decisions made? Politicians even do not have any liability whatsoever to stick to their promises. In Germany it seems to become a standard procedure that legislation is "negotiated" between the Parliament (Bundestag) and the constitutional court. But the electorate?
~knut albers [17.08.2012, 08:18]
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