The good news is that in Greece there are no closed professions.
The WikiLeaks revolution has made a significant contribution to Western democracies.
It was not just the politicians who closed their eyes to reality; unions and other professional groups were also quite happy to string their people along.
Greek economy does not need the state to have a vision to survive. What it needs is the aggregate of private visions.
Now that the program for social security reforms has received the green light in Parliament, isn’t it time for the government to take care of the management of the country’s social security funds?
We are confronting a default of beliefs about the society and the economy, a default of an economic model based on the state.
The conflict about Greece’s recourse at the IMF is good news for the European Union.