Nadia Valavani fand gestern in ihrem Brief an Alexis Tsipras, mit dem sie ihren Rücktritt als Stellvertretende Finanzministerin ankündigte, persönliche Worte, die sehr nachdenklich stimmen. Ich zitiere einen Facebook-Eintrag, der mit einigen Worten zur Vita von Nadia Valavani beginnt.
„Nadia Valavani, a historic figure of the anti-dictatorship struggle in Greece who was tortured and sent to prison under the Greek military junta of 1967–74, just announced her resignation as deputy finance minister of the Greek government, citing her disagreement with the new agreement and her fidelity to the NO vote in the referendum.
Here an extract of her letter of resignation to Alexis Tsipras:
„Alexis, you know much better than me that in a war, when you are overwhelmed by the forces of the adversary, capitulation is allowed but only with the perspective of regrouping your forces and organizing the resistance that will change the conditions that lead to the defeat. But this capitulation is so overwhelming that it will not allow any forces to regroup. The deterioration, with our responsibility, of the life of an exhausted people at the moment when they started standing up again, will definitely bury for many years any possibility for their emancipation.
We owe first and foremost to the young people, who played a decisive role in the result of last Sunday, to those whose future will be decided today, that our government should have come back without unacceptable commitments.
You should talk again to these young people and to all the working people, independently of their vote in the referendum, and explain to them what our people would have to confront, in the conditions imposed on us, if the majority NO vote was implemenedt.
The majority wanted what we were saying, a solution within Europe. But this particular solution, which is imposed today in such a depressing way, is not a sustainable solution. It is not sustainable for them, for the people, for the country. It is not sustainable for Europe, who awaits for another future.“
Sobald ein neuer termin feststeht, wird er hier veröffentlicht.
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