July 16, 2012
There is a well-founded “leitmotif” in Greek politics since 1980: when a party governs it tends to address national interest when declaring privatization of public-led institutions. On the other hand, opposition is vaguely talking about depreciating national goods. When terms alter, the latter mimicks the first and the same rthetoric is reproduced vice versa.
Posted by Dimitris Rapidis