Greek government authorities are on alert after a union of Greek army reservists of Special Forces issued a statement urging the Greek administration to step down and make way for a national unity government. As Keep Talking Greece notes, the statement on the union’ website included 15 demands – including the resignation of the Greek President – and urged people to gather at the infamous Syntagma Square on Saturday. The statement was interpreted by some as a call to a “coup d’etat” – denied by the union – but prompted Greece’s Supreme Court to meet to discuss it.
Are both the IMF and the international Greece’s creditors ready to stand for a military “coup d’etat” in Greece and the abolition of the representative democracy? Would it not be wiser to revise the Greek’s debt payment conditions?