Kathimerini Reports Of An Imminent Greek Cabinet Reshuffle, Finance Minister Likely To Be Ousted

Tyler Durden's picture

Comment viewing options

Select your preferred way to display the comments and click "Save settings" to activate your changes.
oogs66's picture

Draghi had lots of comments as ECB representative today.  I thought it was interesting that it wasn't Trichet and that he seemed less hard line about restructuring than previous comments.

Noonan from Ireland took the time to speak today, mostly to say Ireland wasn't the same as Greece.


A few other leaders/finance ministers have taken the time to speak.

Feels like we are setting up for a proper restructuring and defence of Ireland.

redpill's picture

Who wants to volunteer for the position of Greek Finance Minister?

Mountainview's picture

I'm sure they will send a GERMAN...!!!

carbonmutant's picture

Would a German Finance minister guarantee them a bailout?

Mountainview's picture

He would guarantee them status of a Land (like they did with East Gemany)...The country is used to this exercise...

pepperspray's picture

I would totally Friend Pap if I didn't DE-activate my account already.

Charlie Bravo's picture

Reshuffling the "cabinet" won't solve Greece's problems.

Charlie Bravo

gwar5's picture

"My Big, Fat Greek Default"

Starring: Greek Finance Minister, Giorgos Papaconstantinou's

Hedgetard55's picture

Giorgos will be well taken care of in exchange for being the first in a series of sacrificial lambs for the Big Man, PapaC.

Hedgetard55's picture

Maybe Leo the K. will take the job?

Dejean Splicer's picture

O/T, sorry to interrupt. Check out this Fukushima core melt activity. It looks like it may be hitting the water table now.

Live cam capture from this morning/last night. At about 2:10, 2:15 min.


Back to the financial melt down.


Lord Welligton's picture

My bad.

Seems it was loaded up on YouTube today.

stopcpdotcom's picture

Deckchairs on the Titanic.

SheepDog-One's picture

And Greece hires foreigners to remove the debris from their escape tunnels...too damn funny.

Rainman's picture

Once the heat from the seat gets too hot, you must change the ass sitting in it. Doesn't mean this sick dog has any chance of getting well though.

Cdad's picture

Okay...now I've heard one straight from over the FUBAR rainbow.  A criminal syndicate Wall Street supporter is arguing that letting more Chinese travelers into the US is the ticket.  His suggestion is, and I quote, "The Chinese want to come to the US and help us create jobs."

The Kingdom of Irrelevance, aka The BlowHorn [CNBC], has now hit the grasping wildly at straws phase of generating an optimistic forward looking, upwardly revised economic theory.

This as they poll their ever diminishing viewers on, "Just what would make you more optimistic on the economy?"  <Cdad raises hand and answers "fewer bankers.">

Sometimes, I think the crocodile algo has me by the leg and has dragged me into an alternative universe.  And I'm pulling for that alternative universe because bankers have destroyed this one.  

Any day now, the pink slips will start arriving in the financial services industry...because I cannot see a single reason for the entire sector to exist...at present.  Holding my breath...


VFR's picture

He obviously didn't say teh right thing at the Bilderberg meeting in Switzerland last weekend

see list of attendees


ILikeBoats's picture

"wide appeal = "wide stance"

VFR's picture

dupe sorry , how can 37 x 12 not be 444


VFR's picture


 dupe sorry , how can 37 x 12 not be 444


AldoHux_IV's picture

A reshuffling is all it is-- no change whatsoever and the cards will still be stacked against the taxpayer/peasantry.

Jonas Parker's picture

Send them George Soros... he could just buy Greece and save the EU the hassle of watching it collapse in slow motion.

nicxios's picture

Haha is GAP from another planet or pretending to be so?

The people are calling for his head on a platter, he's fiddling with his cabinet lol.