That was back in February 2015
Georgios Katrougkalos, the country’s deputy minister for administrative reform, promised his government would block the deal.
Speaking to EurActiv Greece, Katrougkalos said:
I can assure you that a Parliament where Syriza holds the majority will never ratify the deal. And this will be a big gift not only to the Greek people but to all the European people.
If TTIP is to become a reality, it will need to pass a unanimous vote of the European Council and then be ratified by all 28 member states.
Could add a whole new dimension to the Greek bail out/bail in/ troika takeover?
I wonder what the EU definition of ‘debt sustainability’ actually is…..