June 22, 2011

Default Deferred: Greeks rise up against bailout 'dictatorship'

The Greek government has narrowly won a key vote of confidence, allowing the Prime Minister to continue his fight for more cuts. 

Parliament now has to decide whether to impose austerity measures worth billions of Euro, in order to secure a second EU bailout, a lifeline for the country's paralysed economy. But as Sara Firth reports, people on the streets aren't sharing the government's vision...


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