Greek Parliament Approves Controversial Tax

Wednesday, September 28, 2011

The Greek Parliament passed an extraordinarily unpopular new property tax on Tuesday, prompting Greeks to once again take to the streets in protest of yet another austerity measure. The tax, which would raise €2 billion this year alone, was seen as a necessary to secure international financing to help Greece avoid defaulting on its debts. Elena Panaritis, a Greek MP from the ruling PASOK party, discusses why she voted for the tax.

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Elena Panaritis

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