jueves, 18 de febrero de 2010


Como dijo el General, si no voy a hacer nada armo una Comision , y como dijo algun Jefe mio, buscate socios

Como, en general, los griegos ya dijeron el 90% de las cosas de ese tipo, hace 2000 años, esto no deberia extrañar a nadie, y los alemanes aprenden rapido tambien

Merkel hits out at banks over Greek deals

The German chancellor has sharply criticised global investment banks that may have helped a number of Greek governments to disguise mounting budgetary problems over the years.

“It would be a disgrace if it turned out to be true that banks that already pushed us to the edge of the abyss were also party to falsifying Greek statistics,” Angela Merkel said during a speech in north-eastern Germany.

Her remarks came as George Papandreou, the Greek prime minister, said a special parliamentary commission would be set up to investigate possible mishandling of the public finances under the previous conservative government between 2004 and 2009.

“The principle is that we have to shine light everywhere it’s needed,” said Mr Papandreou.

The European Commission has told Greece to provide details by the end of this month about derivative transactions it carried out with Goldman Sachs and other banks – so that Brussels can consider whether Athens broke any European Union budget rules.

Mr Papandreou’s decision – and the government’s resistance to adopting new fiscal measures immediately, as urged by the Commission – has shattered a fragile political consensus with the conservative New Democracy party, raising the prospect of broad social unrest.



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