Unidade, unidade, unidade…da treta: a grande colecção de egomaníacos e/ou ortodoxos disfarçados de defensores do povo

O país numa tragédia, não é filho?  O  mauzão do FMI aí , não é filho,?Ai o povo o nosso santo povo,, não é filho?  Sossega diverge filho, diverge,  não é oportuno aliares-te, são regionais, talvez nas legislativas e se não for nessas talvez no dia de São Nunca à Tarde, não é filho?



4 thoughts on “Unidade, unidade, unidade…da treta: a grande colecção de egomaníacos e/ou ortodoxos disfarçados de defensores do povo

  1. balde-de-cal diz:

    não se percebe se o 1/2 secretário-geral e o ps integram um ‘rito de passagem’
    ou se andam a ‘brincar às casinhas’ num país que colocaram na bancarrota

  2. Fernando Cardoso Virgílio Ferreira diz:

    Caro Filipe, é chegado o momento «Leopold von Sacher-Masoch» das oposições: não se trata de propor, mas antes de indispor o Zé Povinho na vã esperança de que este as escolha para compor o novo (Des)Governo deste “Novo Estado Novo”…

  3. na realidade sois todos muito limitadinhos ó eco maníacos.... diz:

    The Five Strangest Ways to Solve the Cyprus Crisis

    Posted by Dylan Matthews on March 22, 2013 at 11:28 am

    The latest proposal to save Cyprus’s economy, “Plan B,” has the country nationalizing private pensions and issuing emergency bonds. But even as Cyprus’s parliament considers the plan, the “troika” of the European Commission, European Central Bank and International Monetary Fund apparently opposes it. And Russia, the island’s other potential savior, is now saying that it won’t go for a deal that lacks support from the European Union.

    Cyprus can be forgiven, then, if it’s grasping at straws for ways to get out of this financial mess and stay in the euro currency zone. So, here are a couple of out-of-the-box suggestions to help Cypriot leaders forge an exit path.

    1. Turn everything into CDs.

    Just change what’s in the banks! (Ahn Young-Joon/AP)

    Okay, so compared to confiscating insured bank deposits and nationalizing pensions this may not be too crazy. Lee Buchheit and Duke law professor Mitu Gulati have developed a plan in which deposits under €100,000 ($130,000) are left alone, but all deposits in excess of that amount are converted into five- or 10-year certificates of deposit (CDs), which would pay out interest over time. That allows the banks to delay payment until Cyprus’s gas deposits start to yield fruit. Buchheit and Gulati estimate that this would raise €6.6 billion ($8.5 billion), more than the €5.8 billion ($7.5 billion) share of the bailout that Cyprus is supposed to pay for.

    This idea has gotten some commentators excited. “At least in this case patient depositors will have a chance of getting all their money back in full — with interest,” Felix Salmon wrote. “And, most importantly, guaranteed depositors will remain unscathed.” But foreign investors may not take kindly to the huge dive in liquidity this would cause.

    2. Sell recognition of Northern Cyprus.

    Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan would probably like this idea. (Adam Berry/Getty Images)

    In a classic case of Matt Yglesias being Matt Yglesias, the Slate columnist proposed that the Republic of Cyprus — which actually only controls the south of the island — offer to recognize the Turkish puppet state controlling the north, which currently is only recognized by Turkey, in exchange for €5.8 billion ($7.5 billion) for the bailout.

    Economists love solutions like this. It brings to mind Ronald Coase’s famous example of neighbors resolving a dispute around apartment noise by having the noisy neighbor pay the complaining neighbor to back off. That being said, there are plenty of issues that need to be resolved and aren’t purely territorial. For example, such a deal would likely require Greek Cypriots to give up claims to property they own in the north which they lost in the 1974 Turkish invasion and subsequent ethnic cleansing of Greeks. Rights to return claims, even more so than territorial ones, are very difficult to negotiate and could enrage populations on both sides if not resolved to their liking.

  4. na realidade sois todos muito limitadinhos ó eco maníacos.... diz:

    podia repetir o anterior mas os maníacos são sempre muito estreitos de vistas
    ou diz-se curtos de belas vistas?

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