Skip to comments.Eurozone crisis: Slovakia backs larger rescue fund
Posted on 10/13/2011 10:22:44 AM PDT by AnAmericanAbroad
Slovakia's parliament has ratified a plan to bolster a eurozone rescue fund, just two days after MPs rejected it.
The vote came after the government and opposition agreed to hold snap elections next year.
The decision means all 17 eurozone states have now approved the plan to tackle the eurozone debt crisis.
(Excerpt) Read more at bbc.co.uk ...
Someone is getting paid off, or is being threatened, ...
you get the idea...
In this case, the PM, Mrs. Radicova’s coalition partners (center right parties) bailed on her, thus leaving her to turn to the opposition Social Democratic Party to get the legislation passed.
The price: early snap elections, leaving Mrs. Radicova as a caretaker PM until a new PM comes in.
Vee haf vays of makink you pay for ze Greek bailout.
Not needed in this case.
Slovakia will have early elections in March, 2012....that’s the price she (the PM) paid to get this passed. Her coalition (center-right parties) fell apart over the issue.
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