According to the Wall Street Journal, the Greek government can now ask from the Troika to ease the strict conditions of the memorandum, based on the affirmation that austerity has risen the percentages of the right-wing extremist political party of Golden Dawn.
The new wave of political violence in Greece has shocked the country and has rekindled fears of an intense social unrest in the most indebted country of the Eurozone.
In an article published on Sept 21, on the occasion of the killing of Pavlos Fyssas in Keratsini, WSJ supports that the recent troubles with Golden Dawn in the country could be a secret blessing for the government which has been striving to implement the tough agenda of reforms demanded by the Troika.
“On Sunday the heads of the Troika return to Athens for a new round of negotiation with the Greek government,” WSJ wrote and added that Greece has now to worry about Golden Dawn, too.
According to the newspaper, the analysts think that after the new episodes with Golden Dawn, the government can now ask from the Troika to ease the strict terms of the memorandum, based on the assumption that austerity has increased the rates of the far-right party.
“This is a very powerful weapon in the hands of Antonis Samaras, which shows that society has its limits,” WSJ noted.