The Hellenic issue – Referendum about Yes or No to Euro and European Union – New Deal with IMF and EU

Significant political leaders and others around the world ask Hellas and Hellenic people to remain in Euro and the European Union.

This means a Yes will satisfy them and support this country. A No will make Hellas an isolated country, will put in danger the prospects of young generations, will force great hellenic scientists to abandon their country, products and services will become more expensive, pensions and salaries will lose their buying value, this nation will become more vulnerable to external threats, military budget will have to increase.

This goverment takes full responsibility for all future negative events with a No in the Greek Referendum about Yes or No to Euro and European Union.

The result in the referendum was 62 per cent No -05/07/2015. Fortunately, the Hellenic Prime Minister, Alexis Tsipras and the Hellenic Goverment ensures that this does not mean an exit from the European Union and Euro. Later, 11/07/2015 the Hellenic Parliament voted a new proposal (very strong majority-251/300 for Yes) that was received with positive reactions by EU officials. This proposal refers to a new deal with IMF and EU that will support financially Hellas, trend to stabilize the Hellenic Economy and maintain the current status of EU.

Vote for Scotland’s Independence-Bettertogether Campaign

Scottish people vote on 18/09/2014 about their independence and separation from United Kingdom. Briefly, the cost of independence will be extremely high and this will affect Scottish people’s daily life and income due to the taxes that will have to be implemented in order to pay this cost.Moreover, we want our hard-earned graduate and postgraduate degrees to come from the United Kingdom instead of a separated country. I believe that Scottish universities will lose many potential overseas students and significant income. Finally, Scotland will be safer as part of United Kingdom and it will not have to increase it’s military budget.

So we agree with the Bettertogether Campaign and Alistair Darling.

Michael Kassotakis MCIM, MCMI

mk@e-bcr.com

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