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Tsiodras, Dimitris

Elefterotypia, Greece

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Eleftherotypia - Greece | 09/05/2010

Two paths for the EU

The EU's reaction to the Greek crisis and the protection of the euro come very late, the left-liberal daily Eleftherotypia complains, and calls for a fundamental decision on which direction the EU is to take: "The EU must choose between two approaches: the first is to intensify its efforts towards Europe's unification ... and back it with resources, but not with policies that only worsen the recession and smother countries. That leads to bankruptcy and withdrawal from the Eurozone. The second approach is for each country to continue pursuing its own interests. It leads - as the current crisis has shown - to them moving away from each other and eventually to disintegration. The disintegration of today's Eurozone will lead neither to a return to traditional values nor the formation of a hard core consisting of Germany, France, Luxembourg, Belgium and the Netherlands. Rather it would produce great rivalries and set Europe back many decades."

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