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According to a poll conducted by Greece's Kappa Institute two weeks ago, 30 percent of Greek respondents actually want the country to be led by "a group of experts and technocrats."
A plurality of Greeks have now become so disillusioned with sovereignty and democracy that they think at least the experts could deliver something better than the seemingly insurmountable unemployment, corruption and economic collapse they see around them.
The same survey said that less than a quarter believed that a democratically-elected government will be able to overcome the ordeal they are going through.
But if the experts, the technocrats who are sidelining democracy in their subtle way, feel heartened by such polls, they should pause when they read the rest of this census. A full 22.7 percent want "a strongman" to resolve the ongoing crisis.[...]
[Comment] The junta of experts tells us: ‘Vote how you like, but policies cannot change'
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