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Greek ruling coalition in fix

Leader of the largest party in the ruling coalition in Greece has said that there will be no new taxes, in an apparent attempt to win back support.Head of the Panhellenic Socialist Movement, or PASOK, Evangelos Venizelos was talking to his party on Saturday ahead of the nation's parliamentary election on May 6th.

Austerity measures introduced to rebuild the Greek economy and its fiscal system have made the ruling coalition unpopular and the opposition is gaining support.Opinion polls suggest that the two parties in the ruling coalition are expected to lose many of their seats in parliament and may not be able to secure a majority.
A coalition partner promises to increase the guaranteed minimum amount of pension to win back support.
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When at an International Event on Corruption VK Shunglu replied to a
question that  he is running an NGO that helps poor get Ration Cards
– to me a retired CAG was Extreme Idiot who couldn’t find any
Appropriate Cause going by his past stature in public life so it was
Curious Case of VK Shunglu that need investigation. He was not
expected to take any Public Office after retirement from CAG in 2002.
In another ANNEXURE Bureaucrats in India RUN all Executive Decision
Making – Invariable Incompetent or Not Qualified.

It is worst form of Corruption when people like Shunglu forbidden from
taking any public office post retirement at 65 (2002 in case of VK
Shunglu) when they are Least Qualified by way of Education – MA
History background – to this INVENTOR are Extreme IDIOTS.

      My first intervention was – Giving all LICENSES to 4-5 Families is
the Worst Form of Corruption on Earth. Even companies with no
Technical Qualifications…