Despite all assurances that rights and jobs will be secured, bank employees still worry. Their greatest concern is that the changes will bring cuts and they may become the new additions to the ranks of the unemployed in Greece.
The Mediterranean temperament combined with the increased sensitivity of the Greek political class found an expression in the comments of Panos Kamenos, leader of the Greek party ''Independent Greeks''
They themselves offered to cut the deposits under 100,000 euro and now, they are ready to sacrifice money in social security funds to save the money of oligarchs as stated by professor of economics Antigoni Limperaki in an interview for GRReporter.
Cyprus is considering a plan "B" to rescue local banks. Economic expert and professor at the University of Athens Panagiotis Petrakis is analysing the recent developments of the financial crisis of Cyprus for the readers of GRReporter exclusively.