Loukas Tsoukalis, in his article for the newspaper Kathimerini, analyzes the decisions taken by Europe to mitigate the economic consequences of the pandemic. He argues that while European solidarity is, once again, minimal, things would certainly be worse if it didn’t exist at all. The president of ELIAMEP predicts that the threat of an impending political earthquake in a large Eurozone country may prove to be the push Europe needs to move forward because sometimes, the village idiot can be more convincing than the wise men, if he can make enough noise.

You may find the article, in Greek, here.