ELECTIONS 25.1.15

Eftychis Βitsakis: Let us not lose the opportunity

 Eftychis Bitsakis: Let us not lose the opportunity   This is a historic moment. Let us rise to the occasion so that hope will not yet again be lost for the country. But the problem is not strictly a Greek problem. Victory in Greece will entail a process of change…

Nanos Valaoritis: This is only the beginning

Νanos Valaoritis   All of Europe speaks of us today. With this, is the already anticipated arrival of threats fromGermany.Bildhasfocused on the fact that Golden Dawn entered parliament once again, and this seems rather suspect to me. On the other hand, the international press runs rampant with grandiose headlines: ‘Victory…

Manolis Glezos: A new era dawns for Greece

Manolis Glezos A new era dawns for Greece. The Greek people listened to the pulse of History, they trusted in SYRIZA and they gave the party the majority of votes. What remains for SYRIZA is, following their engagements, to restore power to the people in order to face the immense…

Cooming soon on AnalyzeGreece!

In the next few hours on Analyze Greece! On the significance of Syriza's victory. Statements by Manolis Glezos Nicos Koundouros Costas Gavras Roviros Manthoulis Takis Benas Nicos Paraskevopoulos Eftychis Bitsakis  

Petros Papakonstantinou: Alert for severe social conditions

Petros Papakonstantinou   According to a widespread cynical aphorism, the only worse thing than not having your dream ever come true is actually having it come true! I hope we prove the saying wrong –whatever this “we” might mean to each of us. [...] No matter what the existing differences…

Augustine Zenakos: This election is not just about the economy

Augustine Zenakos Last June, during the Greek government cabinet reshuffle that followed the May 2014 EU elections, a strange incident took place. In the Ministry of Public Order and Protection of the Citizen, former Minister Mr Nikos Dendias was replaced by new Minister Mr Vassilis Kikilias. During the ceremony, Police…

Eftychis Bitsakis: A struggle for the Left’s victory

Eftychis Bitsakis   The Left in Greece has acquired a unique talent: to win the battles but then lose the war. It has suffered from this time resistant contradiction with blood and tears. Today, we are called upon to confront a new, critical historical moment. Our national independence has been…

Pandelis Kiprianos: Europe and the dynamics of SYRIZA

Pandelis Kiprianos   If the opinion polls are to be believed, the Coalition of the Radical Left (SYRIZA) will win the Greek elections on January 25. If so, we are about to witness the first leftist government in Greek history. The effects are likely to ricochet beyond Greece’s borders, shaping…

Stathis Gourgouris: Left governmentality in reality

Stathis Gourgouris No one can doubt any longer that with the elections of January 25th, Greece finds itself in the most critical crossroads of its recent history. At a time when the country is economically bankrupt, the citizens seem poised to elect a government that will take up the responsibility…