Strange to read about the Greek opposition to Europe and the austerity winning, but not really winning. Due to the Greek electorial system the winning party in the elections, gets 50 seats in the Parliament extra.
This makes that though the “winners” still lose in a paradox. The Greeks win nothing and lose only in time. The not “winning” but still largest party is just one seat short of forming a government. But the other parties the real “winners” will not help to get a majority for sure.
So this will soon become a stalemate. And after a couple of attempts to form a government new elections have to decide again what will happen.
NO win NO gain. Continue reading