Many people were waiting that after his surprising resignation like prime minister, after coordinated agreements with the troika creditor of the European Union, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the European Central Bank (BCE) that imposed important fiscal adjustments to gain access to the financial rescue, decision that he says to have taken “putting the country ahead of his party”, the Greek population was not electing him, but fortunately, was not like that, and he will have another four years in his charge.

Certainly, as Tsipras said after his victory, which provided him with 145 benches of the 300 that the Parliament has, “from now on kicks off a difficult way to take Greece out of the crisis”, bearing in mind of course that its creditors, in spite of the “second air” with which he will kick off new renegotiations, are not ready to do changes in the requirements of social and economic cuts so that Athens could gain access to the rescue.

Since he has no majority in the Parliament, Tsipras turns out to be forced to realize alliances to reach it and for it he has chosen the party Independent Greek, considered to be ultraright and with which he has punctual differences, but he says it will balance the strengths inside the legislative to achieve the ends of a coalition government.     

In order to stop being a colony indebted to the international financial organisms that exercise today here and in the world such a cruel and merciless dictatorship like the worse that have existed in the course of the humanity, the Greeks will have to fit to the maximum the belts and resist and to look ahead fighting, and turn the sight towards other horizons that could contribute that for some side the Sun glistens.

Translated by BA in English Language, Manuel Barrera Téllez

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