If the right party wins the elections in Greece.

If  in Greece comes first party New Democracy(right party), in cooperation with PASOK(socialist party) and form government.

These two parties together will not gather more than 40% of the votes.

About 60% of voters would be against them.

SYRIZA is the opposition.

The first bill will bring to vote the new government , the opposition and the people will react to.

Thousands of people will gather outside the parliament.

Protests will occur in all cities.

The protests will not stop.

The ports will be closed after a strike of dockers and the manning of ships.

The taxi drivers and truck owners will stop moving their vehicles. Huge problems in the supply of fuel and food.

Civil servants begin non stop strike.

Employees in the Public Power Corporation also start strikes. The Greeks have electricity intermittently.

Employees of banks also in strike. They complain about the large reductions in their salaries.

Employees of municipalities strike also since one out of three are to be made redundant.

Governmental crisis breaks out.

In less than a month after the inauguration, the government collapses.

Dora Bakoyannis shows the way for the dissolution of government (leader of a small neo – liberal party).

The reason for her departure will be the  ineffective suppression of strikes  (by the habit of her family).

Call for new elections.

Those who expect a stable friendly to  Europe government does not know anything.

The anger and poverty of the Greeks will not allow the continuation of the austerity programs.

The Greeks would react violently.

 

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