Since December, radical groups staged coordinated arson attacks at the homes of five Greek journalists and fire-bombed the brother of a government spokesman.
Six days ago, nine shots hit the New Democracy part office, one of them in
an office occasionally used by Prime Minister Antonis Samaras.
European officials have had enough of the technocrat leadership in Greece. They have given a week for Antonis Samaras, the leader of New Democracy party, and member of the coalition to sign a document saying he will support the European Union debt plan.
He says he will support the plan (with modifications). The EU wants a signature now, with no changes.
Does a Signature Even Matter?