The government of Alexis Tsipras is heading for collapse after creditors asked for extra austerity measures, reports FAZ.
11 to 14 MPs belonging to Syriza have indicated they might vote against the new package of cuts. Tsipras’ Syriza Anel coalition has a wafer thin majority of just three seats in parliament.
If Syriza MPs rebel, Tsipras’ survival will depend on whether the opposition will vote for extra austerity. If they refuse, there will be new elections.
Greece could be forced into a disorderly default as early July, giving the rest of Europe much needed relief from the destabilizing impact of this totally corrupt country.