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Photo by MacroPolis Voting for brinkmanship while the real economy needs solutions

Athens’ addiction to partisanship and political drama was yet again on full display during the last days of 2014. The election of the country’s president by parliament through an open roll call may appear unusual for observers from outside Greece. But the outdated electoral procedure through the assembly makes for lively political theatre in a climate of ferocious unreasonableness.

Contributor: Jens Bastian

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