Greek Prime Minister

To the edge of the abyss of bankruptcy, the Greek Prime Minister, Yorgos Papandreu, today faces the decisive vote in Parliament in 2012-2015 in the middle of a double reply adjustment plan: the rebellion of some members of his own party and that of citizenship, which yesterday mostly supported the first day of a 48 hours general strike that has paralyzed the country. However, this morning, after restart the debate prior to the vote, have they been clarified some doubts about what will be the outcome of the vote, since last-minute information indicates that only one of the deputies rebels from Pasok would vote against. The opposition rejected adjustments in block though Elsa Papadimitriu, Member of new democracy (center-right), has put forward that it will support them. The vote is scheduled from two o’clock in the afternoon (one hour less in the Peninsula). Source of the news:: Papandreou adds support to approve the cuts today and avoid bankruptcy