Greek parliament approves treacherous agreement between Tsipras and the Troika

The betrayal is consummated. The Greek Parliament, at the request of Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, approved the brutal colonialist package of measures that the Syriza’s government agreed with the Troika (European Commission, European Central Bank, IMF) a few days ago, in exchange for a third "bailout" that will...

Strike of 12th December

NOT A STEP BACK CONTINUOUS STRUGGLE - GENERAL STRIKE TO CRASH THE ANTI-SOCIAL SECURITY PLANS OF THE GOVERNMENT   The national strike of 12th December and the crowds of people that swarmed the streets of all the cities in the country were the dynamic expression of the accumulated rage and indignation which constantly...

Cyprus: The Past and Today of the Endless Story

The "endless story" continues! Elections were held in North Cyprus. Ersin Tatar, the right-wing UBP candidate supported by the palace regime had won with 51.47% and with a difference of 4500 votes. by Hakkı Yükselen / Kırmızı Gazete   22.10.2020 Tatar, in his speech after the elections, firstly thanked Turkey’s President Erdogan...

The Fight Against The Neo-Nazi Golden Dawn

In September after Pavlos Fyssas’ murder, the known rapper Killah P, an antifascist activist and member of the leftist coalition Antarsya, the Greek streets were taken up by huge demonstrations and clashes with the police, demanding the ban of the neo-fascist party Golden Dawn. Fyssas Pavlos's murder was the drop...

An internationalist trip to Greece

This article is the first in a series of reports and interviews made by a correspondent from Corriente Roja in Greece.  Athens' urban landscape Europe is awaiting for Greece’s outcomes. The Left activists, in one way or another, put their main hopes in this country. And Athens has just the...

The Greek crisis and the European Union

  The reduction of Greece’s international credit rating last December was the sign for the liberation of a great speculative wave that let Greece in a state of shock and untied panic all over European Union (EU).  The problem is that Greece must refinance its debt of 54 billion euros...

The Greek elections and the possibility of a Syriza’s government

After the failed attempt by Prime Minister Andonis Samaras to secure his choice of Presidental candidate, Stavros Dimas in three consecutive ballots, the government has been forced to call an early election. The loss of control in parliament over who should be the new president is just an expression...

The working class is not the same after the referendum

This article is part of a series of reports and interviews that Corriente Roja’s correspondent is performing for two weeks from Greece.  As in a laboratory, where dyes are used to mark a sample and observing it in the microscope, the vote for the "NO" in the last referendum...

Notes on Greece – May 18th 2010

While talking for the first time to a student from the Architecture University in Athens (1,000 students) I asked him how the last four general strikes in Greece went. Immediately he corrected us: "I do not know exactly if there were eight or ten general strikes". I was shocked. He...

EU, hands off Greece! For the non-payment of the debt!

Despite of the intention of the Syriza-Anel government to keep paying the Greek public debt and negotiate the conditions thereof, the European imperialists are not unwilling to give up plundering and spoiling Greece. These raptors feed their banks with hunger, evictions of families and despair of youth. Those who speak...

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