Bloomberg:With their vows to place a parliamentary hold on any nominees for the Havana post, Senators Ted Cruz of Texas and Marco Rubio of Florida led the opposition to President Barack Obama’s plans to reopen diplomatic relations with Cuba among the big field of candidates’ vying to replace him.
Schaeuble reacted to a recent letter of Tsirpas demanding to invoke new rescue measures. Schaeuble decried a lack of clarity.
While I protested when the Greeks were obviously not allowed to vote on sunday, I dont think its very necessary to open a discussion about the Euro in Germany, because it’s mostly a topic overrun by fascists and widely used to strengthen the national identity in terms of a currency. It’s not economic woes here, but some fascist reasoning regarding Germany. So, I think Wagenknecht’s demand is utterly displaced here and this idea is not very helpful in the discussion at all. Furthermore, the headline of the article is utterly misleading: it says Wagenknecht said that she wants a Euro vote. That is wrong. She only said that she wants a vote about the recovery measures. I mean you may interpret it like this. But thats some form over overinterpretation then.