- Southland times (Newspaper)
The title reads 'The GREECEy slope' and the cartoon shows a huge snowball that represents 'world markets' and that is bouncing down a steep slope. The second shows a man sliding backwards down the steep slope holding a bag labelled 'world markets'. Context: Greece has been offered a bailout plan to deal with its debt by the European Union but Prime Minister George Papandreou decided to put it to the Greek people in a referendum. On 3rd November he abandonned this idea.
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