By Dimitris Gouglas and James Hannah*
Social Europe Journal
Whatever the calculations behind it, regardless of whether it would have ever happened, the call for a Greek referendum on the EU agreement of 26th October put important issues on the public agenda that should not be overlooked. Whilst it remains to be seen how, if at all, these issues will be addressed by leaders in the future, George Papandreou leaves the Prime Ministerial office of Greece to make way for the agreement’s implementation under a new government of national unity. He leaves behind an important set of questions to answer at the start of a new global economic and political era.
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*Dimitri Gouglas is research associate at Policy Cures and founding member of G700. James Hannah is associate at the Global Policy Institute.