May 6, 2010
After a day of unrest which saw three people killed, Greece’s parliament is preparing to vote on the controversial austerity package. Wednesday’s violence included a bank in the capital being set alight. Demonstrators clashed with police when protesters marched on the country’s parliament building. They are angry at government spending cuts aimed at securing a 110 billion euro rescue package from the EU and the IMF. Trend forecaster Gerald Celente says the Greek situation is going global.
This article was posted: Thursday, May 6, 2010 at 4:24 am