En la revista TIME de hoy viene un artículo muy interesante sobre la situación de Grecia y si no será esas tensiones que hoy tienen lugar en Grecia el inicio de "nuestra propia y europa primavera Arabe". Y para mi es muy similar a España, donde el movimiento goza de más fuerza aún aunque no de mensajes claros ¿ qué queremos cambiar ?
Entre otras cosas el Time dice:
"This movement is very representative of the tensions all European youth is experiencing,” Dominique Reynié, a political scientist and general secretary of the Paris think tank Foundation for Political Innovation, said in an interview this week with the daily le Parisien. “(Young) Spaniards denounce a society in which they can't get a foothold, and show total defiance for all its institutions. Their reaction breaks with traditional political models, and has no doctrine or platform. The Greeks were already protesting in the same manner. Other very vigorous protest movements will also take place in Europe. This new generation is more combative in political and democratic terms. The current crisis has set these young people to a boil.”
Of course, the differences in political realities mean Arab autocracies and European democracies can't be fairly compared. And the economic stagnation afflicting many European still represent a level of affluence and opportunity beyond the grasp of under-developed Arab countries—one reason why many still migrate to Europe. Nor is the brutal response to protest in Syria or Libya conceivable in Greece, Spain, or the UK —where recent demonstrations have at times turned violent. Still, despite the difference in circumstances, there's a strong shared feeling among the mobilized publics on both continents that the system fails them. And with their elected leaders incapable of changing the situation, young Europeans are figuring it's time to change the rules of the game.
Read more: http://globalspin.blogs.time.com/2011/06/17/why-greek-tumult-signals-the-coming-of-europes-own-arab-spring/#ixzz1PoEGRXYZ