"Guns contribute to violent crime"

Guns per 100 residents (2014) / Homicide rate per 100,000 residents (2012)

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1. U.S.A. - 88.8 / 4.7
2. Serbia - 69.7 / 1.2
3. Yemen - 54.8 / 4.8
4. Switzerland - 45.7 / 0.6
5. Cyprus - 36.1 / 2.0
6. Saudi Arabia - 35 / 0.8
7. Iraq - 34.2 / 8.0
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175. Tunisia - .1 / 2.2

Average: .4 / 4.3

Latin America’s first elephant sanctuary is a welcome development in global animal rights awareness
The Santuário de Elefantes Brasil (SEB), set to open in 2016, will be the first elephant sanctuary in Latin America.

The global plight of elephants is dire, to say the least. CITES, the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora, lists the African elephant as “vulnerable” and the Asian elephant as “endangered.” While an international ban prohibits the trade of commercial ivory, it allows certain exceptions, such as sport-hunted trophies.

By far the largest killer of elephants, however, is illegal poaching, which is devastating the elephant populations of Asia and Africa.

Some disturbing statistics about elephants

  • In 2012 and 2013, poachers killed 10 percent of the global population of forest elephants.
  • Between 2010 and 2012, 100,000 African elephants were killed for their tusks.
  • According to the Wildlife Conservation Society, 96 elephants are illegally killed each day.
  • The iWorry campaign — launched in 2012 by the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust after it determined that 36,000 elephants were slaughtered that year — states that one elephant is killed every 15 minutes for its ivory.

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琉球新報も訂正せず 「海兵隊が損害基準引上げ工作」 3年前からオスプレイ報道で

海兵隊オスプレイ Photo by

U.S. Navy


, 2015年6月4日

琉 球新報は5月19日付朝刊で、沖縄の米軍普天間飛行場に配備されている海兵隊のオスプレイMV22に関し、「オスプレイ墜落 危険機種は沖縄から去れ」と 題する社説を掲載し、「海兵隊は事故の被害規模を示す『クラスA』の損害額を『100万ドル以上』から『200万ドル以上』に変えて格下に分類し、重大事 故の発生率を低く見せるために露骨な操作を行っている」と指摘した。しかし、「クラスA」の損害基準の引き上げは国防総省が指令し、海兵隊だけでなく、米 軍機全体に適用されたものだった。日本報道検証機構の調査で、琉球新報は2012年8月以降、「米海兵隊が損害基準を引き上げた」と事実と異なる報道を繰 り返していたことがわかった。当機構の指摘に対し、琉球新報社は誤報には当たらず、訂正する予定はないと回答した(既報あり=【GoHooレポート】オスプレイの低事故率 「海兵隊が損害基準引上げ”工作”」は誤報)。

当 機構の調査では「海兵隊が重大事故(クラスA)の損害基準を引き上げた」と報じた琉球新報の記事は、少なくとも2012年に4本、2013年に5本、 2015年に1本あった(計10本のうち4本が社説、1本は社会部長の署名論説)。これまでにも、沖縄タイムスや全国紙にはオスプレイの事故率の低さに疑 問を呈する記事は多数掲載されてきた。しかし、「海兵隊が」クラスAの損害基準を「引き上げた」と誤報したのは、琉球新報と中日・東京新聞の記事=既に指摘した今年5月19日付朝刊のほか、2013年9月15日付社説にも同様の誤報が判明。同社も訂正する予定はないと回答=以外に確認できていない(引き続き調査中)。


米 国防総省は、米軍機の重大事故で死傷者が出なかった場合でも政府関係財産に一定の損害が出た場合には、最も重大な事故を意味する「クラスA」に分類。この 財産損害の基準額は2009年10月の同省指令で「100万ドル以上」から「200万ドル以上」に引き上げた際、海兵隊の機種に限らず「国防総省の航空機 の損壊」すべてに適用されるものとしていた。アシュトン・カーター国防次官(調達・技術・兵站担当)=現在は国防長官=の文書によれば、この損害基準の引 上げはインフレ増大によるもので、1989年にクラスAの損害基準を50万ドルから100万ドルに引き上げて以来、20年ぶりだった(詳細は、既報のGoHooレポート参照)。

琉 球新報が最初にMV22の事故率を低くみせかけるために、海兵隊がクラスAの損害基準を引き上げたと報じたのは、2012年8月3日付朝刊1面トップ「オ スプレイA級事故で海兵隊 評価基準かさ上げ 100万ドルから200万ドルに 発生率低く調整か」と見出しをつけたワシントン発の記事。2日後にはオス プレイ配備に反対する県民大会が予定されていた(台風接近で延期され、9月9日に開催)。2011年10月の米誌WIREDに掲載されたオスプレイ事故率の低さに疑問を呈した記事を情報源にしたことを明記し、「次期主力輸送機と位置付ける海兵隊が安全記録を良好に見せ掛けるために事故の評価基準を臆せずに変更する実態が浮き彫りになった」と指摘していた。しかし、同 紙が引用したWIREDの記事には、アシュトン・カーター国防次官の文書にも言及したうえで、「2009年10月、国防総省高官はインフレのため『200 万ドルまたは死者』に基準を引き上げた」(Then, in October 2009, the Pentagon brass revised the threshold upwards to $2 million or a fatality, owing to inflation.)と書かれており、損害基準変更の事実関係を正確に報じていた。

このWIREDの記事については、 沖縄タイムスが2011年10月15日付朝刊で先に取り上げていた。同紙はWIREDの記事を引用し、MV22で「クラスA」の財産損害基準を上回る事故 のうち、飛行前点検中に意図しないエンジン推力の上昇で浮き上がり落下した事故=2006年3月発生=などが事故率にカウントされていない問題などを指摘 したが、「海兵隊が損害基準を引き上げた」とは報じていなかった。



琉 球新報は2012年8月25日付社説でも「海兵隊はクラスAの分類を当初は損害100万ドル以上としていたが、09年以降は200万ドル以上に変更し、事 故率を低く見積もるよう工作していた。数合わせのようなことをして『安全だ』と言われても誰が信用するだろうか。県民を愚弄するにもほどがある」と批判。 松永勝利・社会部長も2013年8月3日付朝刊の「特別評論」で、「事故率の低さには、からくりがある。海兵隊は2009年にクラスAの損害額をこれまで の『100万ドル』から『200万ドル以上』に引き上げていた。…事故率を低くする巧妙な数字の操作が行われていたのだ」と指摘していた。2013年10 月28日付社説にも「米海兵隊は09年に被害が甚大なクラスAの損害額の評価基準をひそかに『100万ドル以上』から『200万ドル以上』に引き上げた。 オスプレイの事故率は3・98から1・93に下がったが、意図的な事故率偽装である」と記していた。

当機構は琉球新報社に対し「オスプレイ の事故率を低くみせかけるために、米海兵隊が損害基準を引き上げた」との一連の報道が事実誤認だったかどうか、訂正する予定があるかどうか質問。これに対 し、同社編集局は、初報で引用したWIREDの記事を根拠に「米軍側の損害評価基準の引上げにより海兵隊がMV22の事故率を実態以上に下げた可能性があ ると報じたもの」であり、「ご指摘のような誤報には当たりません」との見解を示した。「損害評価基準の引上げ」をしたのは「海兵隊」ではなく「米軍」であ ることを事実上認めた恰好だが、この引上げにより「MV22の事故率を実態以上に下げることにつながった」と指摘し、現時点で訂正する予定はないと回答し た(全文は後掲)。

なお、当機構の調査では、オスプレイ以外の機種でも、2009年の基準改定により事故率が低下したとみられる例が確認さ れている。2010~2011年には、海兵隊で損害額100万ドル以上200万ドル未満の「クラスB」事故は、MV22で2件、それ以外の機種で3件起き ていた。これらの事故は基準改定前だと「クラスA」に分類されていたとみられ、基準改定によりオスプレイだけでなく海兵隊平均の事故率が低下した可能性が ある。

四軍調整官「安全」宣言 海兵隊資料と矛盾 オスプレイ CH46より高事故率


社説:オスプレイ情報戦 配備ありきで納得できない


オスプレイの重大事故「件数を過少申告」 米軍事評論家が指摘


特別評論 松永勝利・琉球新報社社会部長 「無関係のまなざし」が元凶

 琉球新報はインタビュー記事の約2週間前、評価基準を見直した事実を1面トップで報じている。このため四軍調整官の事故率発言の共同記事だけでは読者に 誤解を与えると判断し、基準見直しなどを理由に「安全」には矛盾があることを指摘する独自の記事を後日あらためて掲載した。…(以下、略)琉球新報2013年8月3日付朝刊3面

社説:オスプレイ追加配備 この国は民主国家か 人道に反する危険強要


オスプレイ着陸失敗『最も重大』機体大破 海軍『クラスA』認定


単眼複眼 「オスプレイ事故」防衛相発言 「安全」自ら否定 問われる説明責任


社説:オスプレイ不備 飛ばすなら米本国だけで

 米海兵隊は09年に被害が甚大なクラスAの損害額の評価基準をひそかに「100万ドル以上」から「200万ドル以上」に引き上げた。オスプレイの事故率は3・98から1・93に下がったが、意図的な事故率偽装である。…(以下、略)琉球新報2013年10月28日付朝刊2面 ※ニュースサイト2015年6月3日午後11時閲覧

社説:オスプレイ墜落 危険機種は沖縄から去れ

 オスプレイの事故頻度を分析すれば、数年内に沖縄周辺で墜落してもおかしくない。米軍は沖縄の空からオスプレイを撤収すべきだ。われわれは恐怖におののく生活を強いられることを拒否する。…(以下、略)琉球新報2015年5月19日付朝刊2面 ※ニュースサイト2015年6月3日午後11時閲覧


  2012年8月3日朝刊1面『評価基準かさ上げ/オスプレイA級事故で海兵隊/100万ドルを200万ドルに 発生率低く調整か』ほか、弊社の評価基準か さ上げの記事について、『海兵隊オスプイMV22の事故率を他機種より低くみせかけるために海兵隊だけが損害基準を引き上げたかのように繰り返し報じた』 とのご指摘ですが、当該記事は、雑誌ワイアードの2011年10月号で『ホールデン(海兵隊本部のオスプレイ計画担当官)は、海兵隊が新しくてより高い閾 値を古い事故に適用し、事故を再分類していると話した。言い換えれば、海兵隊は明らかに比較的重大な過去の事故を人為的に矮小化している。海軍安全セン ターが禁止している行為だ』と報じたことなどを踏まえ、米軍側の損害評価基準の引き上げにより海兵隊がMV22の事故率を実態以上に下げた可能性があると 報じたものです。ご指摘のような誤報には当たりません。
 その記事のリード部分の冒頭で、「垂直離着輸送機MV22オスプレイをめぐり、米軍側が重大事故に当たる事故評価基準(損害額)を引き上げたり、実戦配 備の際の危険任務を回避したりして、意図的に安全性を強調する安全記録が作られてきた疑惑が生じている。」と表記し、米軍全体に及ぶ措置であることを踏ま えた上で海兵隊のMV22の事故率を実態以上に下げることにつながったと記事化しております。実際に海兵隊機の重大事故に当たるクラスAの事故率を低くす る形となって作用しており、影響を及ぼしています。現時点で訂正する予定はありません。

  • (初稿:2015年6月4日 06:00)

أول فيديو عربي ضد ختان الذكور

الجدير بالذكر إنو الموضوع أعقد بكتير من كدة , في 2012 قالت 

the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. It says:

…preventive health benefits of elective circumcision of male newborns outweigh the risks of the procedure.

يعني إنو الفوائد أكتر من الأضرار , فوائد الختان , حتى الكلام إللي زي إنه يقلل المتعة الجنسية وكدة عليه ردود تلاقوها هنا  المقال دا عام 2008 وفي 2012 لنفس الكاتبة عن نفس الموضوع وتتكلم عن حجج المؤيدين والمعارضين , كويس يعني , ممكن الواحد يتكلم أخلاقيا ويقول إش دخلهم يختنوا أطفال المفروض هوا لمن يكبر يختار ويقرر -بس لمن يكبر العملية تصير أصعب ترا- المهم بس إنو كأنو علميا مافي شي أكيد يقول إنه ضار مرة زي ما بتتكلم إللي في الفيديو وكاتبة المقال دكتورة برضو , مالقيت شي زي الناس في 2015 ,, المهم إللي منزلة رابط الفيديو دكتورة في تويتر مشهورة “ عليا جاد ؟” عندها 100 ألف فولور أنا كنت سامعة إنو ماله أضرار واضحة كبيرة واستغربت تنزل شي زي كدة يحسس إنه مصيبة , 

3. Get Below a 1:18.00 (1 minute and 18 seconds) in 100 Back

Date: October 2012

Age: 17 Years Old

Who I Accomplished This With: Edgar P. and the Fall 2012 Peekskill Girl’s Varsity Swim Team

Ok I will start this negatively and positively. First with the negative. If anyone knows anything about swim and people that can actually swim well…this is not a great time for a 100 back. Now for the positive. This was one of the greatest accomplishments of my ENTIRE life. I actually couldn’t care any less if that’s lame or not. This went on to my list because it was something that I was absolutely determined to accomplish.

I have been a competitive swimmer since the age of eight. I have been *an average* competitive swimmer since the age of eight. I’m not pitying myself. I came to terms a really long time ago that I would never be as good as some of the other swimmers I was competing against. There were a lot of elements that went into that. It’s ok though. I don’t look back on my swimming career and dwell on any of that. I don’t because I know that I tried the best that I could. Well, at first I didn’t. From third grade to middle school, I could have had a bit more motivation. Or really, a lot more. Swim is a sport that really demands endurance and discipline and I didn’t see that yet.

When I got into middle school I joined the Peekskill Varsity Swim Team and Patriots Swim Team, a USA swim club. For Varsity, it was only in the Fall season and we were required to practice everyday, but the practices weren’t too intense. The meets were against some really good and really bad teams, so the competition varied. The meets were also only two hours long and the coach picks what you swim. So, sometimes you end up literally taking one for the team and you swim a race that is completely not something you were working on in practice. Patriots, on the other hand, was a whole different ball game. You pay to be on Patriots and, I don’t know if it is now, but practice wasn’t mandatory. I mean, you SHOULD go Mon-Sat, but you wouldn’t necessarily get yelled at if you didn’t show up. You would just get questioned and everyone would kind of forget. The meets were more intense though and the swimmers were really good, so it was embarrassing when you didn’t practice. Now Patriots is way more intense, so it wouldn’t fly like that anymore. Anyway, like I said, in middle school I was bad and I wouldn’t show up to that many practices, like I should have. I even missed a day of a USA meet one time and you had to pay for those. I was a PRIME turd. I went through seventh, eighth, and even ninth grade on those two teams and honestly, my improvement seemed very, very, very gradual. Basically, I never improved. This wasn’t good, especially since I didn’t get a great start and I am not exactly a “natural” athlete.

Tenth grade came and I changed completely. I was getting really sick of never improving. Like are you kidding ME?!?!? Three years and my times are still awful and are never getting better. It was so frustrating. It even made me cry sometimes…crying is one of my least favorite past-times, so it doesn’t happen often. Anyway, I changed my attitude and I started to practice (in the slow lane) like I actually cared. I went to more meets and more of my times started to drop. They weren’t dropping to great times, but they were getting better for me. Also, at this point I realized that I was never going to be the fastest because it really wasn’t physically possible. So now I was just determined to beat what I had accomplished previously.

I found my groove in Backstroke and that’s what I primarily focused on. Bob and Edgar, my coaches for Patriots, and Edgar (same one) for Varsity (starting in eleventh grade) helped a lot. I remember a meet in tenth or eleventh grade and I dropped 10 seconds in a 200 back race to like a 2:53.00 (two minutes and 53 seconds) and that was when I started to really have a drive to beat my times more and more. Also, this is NOT A GOOD 200 Back time if you swim at club level. Once again, I don’t care, but I just want to give some perspective.

Eventually I started to level out and not every meet was me beating my times. I would drop a second here and there in a race, but not all the time. Actually, to give more perspective, in swim a second actually could be a great thing. My backstroke races were getting harder and harder to break my times. By the time of the start of my twelfth grade Varsity season I hadn’t dropped time in my 100 back in about a half a year. This was the race that I focused on. This was extremely discouraging. If you are reading this and you have swam or still do, whether you are horrible or amazing, you know what I’m talking about. Being in a slump in swim is awful. You race and you think that you’re swimming the fastest you can and then you finish the race, look up at the time and it’s no where near what you thought it was. Then add not being able to breath and limbs that are ready to fall off. I’m being a tad dramatic, but that’s what it feels like.

Anyway, Edgar, good ‘ole Edgar, made sure that I would beat that time and that’s what he told me in the beginning of the season. I owe a lot of my success to him. His determination in me beating this time and my want to do it was my driving force. I practiced everyday, except Sunday, and sometimes morning practice. I practiced hard too. I remember Edgar would give me some crazy sets and although I may have cried underwater sometimes (best part about swim…no tears are seen while you swim), I did all of the sets he asked and I made sure I did them as best as I could. I will never say that I am fast. Never. But I will never say that I didn’t try. That is what I will give myself credit for, especially that season.

So the meets started in the season. Edgar put me in the 100 back…I wouldn’t drop time. I would stay the same or I would gain a second. At this point my 100 back was about a 1:23.00 (minute and 23 seconds). Meet after meet, it would not drop. Meanwhile, I was practicing SO MUCH. I was getting SO MAD. It really takes a lot to get me mad. So, Edgar took me out of the race. He didn’t stop the heavy practices though. I continued to train for a race that I was taking a mental break from.

So, this is where I wrap it up. This is where the accomplishment comes in. The regular Varsity season ended. I swam the last non-championship swim meet of my high school swimming career and I never dropped the 100 back time. I was just a 1:23.00. So then came divisionals. Divisionals is a high school championship meet against all of the other high schools in the conference (I don’t think I’m using correct terminology here) and it’s really designed more like a USA meet. There are heats and it lasts for half a day. Edgar put me in the 100 back, which he told me he would do. I had a new suit. A very nice, suit…a gift. This was literally my last chance in High School to swim this race.

I know I have said a lot..maybe too much…leading up to this. If you have read this far (thank you), this is where I cut to the chase. The 100 back comes, I jump in, try to relax (yeah, right) and I swim really hard. Like as hard as a could. This is funny because even at this speed I know people that can swim circles around me. Anyway, this happened almost three years ago and I remember it like it happened two seconds ago. That’s when you know it’s good. So, I end…I look up…and I dropped time. I DROPPED SIX SECONDS! That’s kind of a lot in swim. My final time went from a 1:23.00 to a 1:17.94 (yes, I wrote it down).  I was in awe. I honestly could not explain how happy that I was and still am. I got out and of course gave Edgar a huge hug. I am not a hugger, but that man deserved it and seeing him proud made me even happier. It was also so amazing having my friends at the end cheering. They knew my struggle because they were all going through the same thing. Everything that I worked for was so worth it after that moment. I realize I am extremely fortunate to experience something like this. Thinking about it makes me happy.

I made this a long post for a reason. I know, it was a lot longer than usual. I made it long because when I am old and can’t move and I’m on the infamous death bed, I want to look at this list that I have made and I want to be able to really feel accomplished. This moment in particular is an accomplishment that I have always been particularly proud of and I think that’s because I dedicated so much time to it and because I did it with so much support. (I will insert a shout-out here to my parents that always drove me to the pool).

Currently I have one swim goal and that is to get back into the sport. Stony Brook doesn’t have a pool, but once I graduate, I want to swim club again. I want to get that feeling of accomplishment in the pool again.

So, if you are on a sports team or if you’re a swimmer or if you’re just a person trying to get better, I would HIGHLY recommend setting a goal to beat. Even if it doesn’t seem like it’s attainable. If you don’t accomplish it, then keep trying. When you do, it’s really the best feeling in the world. That’s all.


Hulk Hogan Heading to Trial w/ Gawker For $100 Million Over 2012 Sex Tape; Mainstream Media Coverage & New Details About the Case |Wrestle2News

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Hulk Hogan was a major topic on Good Morning America this Friday, as he heads to court to sue Gawker for $100 million, after the website released his sex tape with Heath Clem, wife of his friend Bubba the Love Sponge back in 2012. 

When the tape first leaked, it was seen by over two and a half million people before it was taken down. Hogan’s is the first celebrity sex tape case to make it all the way to trial, as the majority of them are either dropped or settled upon long before.  

Per the Hulkster’s lawyer: 

“The law says if somebody is in a private place, doing private things, they have a right to do that, and they have a right to not be filmed without their knowledge, and they have a right for that film not to be played to the world.” 

The Hogan camp is pushing their case on a platform of privacy, but Gawker may just have a strong case in the eyes of the legal system. The argument is being made that as a celebrity that has chosen to make his sex life public, throughout various interviews over the years, Hulk has turned the sex tape into a newsworthy story. And if the website can make a case that their article containing the tape was “news”, it becomes virtually impossible for them to lose. 

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The Wall Street Journal (5/8, A5, Whalen, Subscription Publication) reports that in ananalysis published May 8 in the Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, the CDC documented a significant increase in the number of hepatitis C (HCV) infections tied to injection drug and prescription painkiller abuse in Tennessee, West Virginia, Virginia and Kentucky.

USA Today (5/8, Szabo) points out that “the incidence of acute” HCV “infections among young people in rural areas of” those “four Appalachian states more than tripled from 2006 to 2012,” the CDC report found. In those four states, “new hepatitis cases among people age 30 and younger rose from 1.25 per 100,000 in 2006 people to 4 per 100,000 in 2012.” In nearly three-quarters (73%) of these cases, HCV patients admitted to injecting “drugs, which can spread the virus when people share needles.” According to USA Today, “the report is the first CDC study to link the rise in hepatitis C to an increase in injection drug use, said John Ward, director of viral hepatitis prevention at the CDC, who called the rising infection rates ‘staggering.’”

The Washington Post (5/8, Bernstein) “To Your Health” blog reports that the study concludes, “The number of admitted patients who report injecting suggests that the increase in acute [hepatitis C] infections in central Appalachia is highly correlated with the region’s epidemic of prescription opioid abuse and facilitated by an upsurge in the number of persons who inject drugs in these four states.”

Meanwhile, Bloomberg News (5/8, Edney) reports that “abuse of a pain pill from Endo International Plc and its generic copies is being blamed for an increase of hepatitis C among drug addicts – an unintended consequence of a regulatory decision meant to cut down on misuse.” Five years ago, FDA “regulators approved a hard-to-abuse version of Purdue Pharma LP’s OxyContin [oxycodone hydrochloride], which for a long time had been a drug of choice for opioid addicts.” Addicts then flocked “to Endo’s extended-release Opana [oxymorphone hydrochloride extended release] and its generics,” all of which use a “wide needle…perfect for spreading blood-borne viruses.”

Also covering the story are Reuters (5/8, Steenhuysen), the Philadelphia (PA) Inquirer (5/8, Sapatkin), MedPage Today (5/8, Smith), andMedscape (5/8, Barclay).

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Un véritable tonneau des Danaïdes… Le FMI réclame un nouvel allègement de sa dette, malgré l'effacement de plus de 100 milliards consenti en 2012.

S’ils veulent vraiment garder la Grèce dans la zone euro, les autres Européens vont de nouveau devoir faire preuve de solidarité. Selon une analyse préliminaire de la soutenabilité de la dette grecque publiée jeudi soir par les spécialistes du Fonds monétaire international (FMI), ce fardeau de 175 % du PIB, soit plus de 315 milliards d'euros, fait peser un poids trop lourd sur l’économie du pays et ne sera jamais remboursé. De quoi conforter Alexis Tsipras, qui ne cesse de réclamer à ses partenaires une remise de dette.

Il y a encore quelques mois, Athènes avait encore une chance de revenir sur une trajectoire d’endettement soutenable, considèrent les économistes du FMI dans une analyse qui n'a pas encore été endossée par le conseil d'administration. Mais, depuis l’arrivée d’Alexis Tsipras au pouvoir et son bras de fer avec ses créanciers, la confiance s’est évanouie et la croissance s’est effondrée. Les réformes programmées, elles, ne sont plus menées. Le programme de privatisation, notamment, a pris du retard. Quant aux objectifs d’excédent budgétaire, ils ont été revus à la baisse pour alléger l’austérité qui frappe le pays (de 3 % à 1 % cette année). Si bien que, même si les Grecs votaient « oui » dimanche au référendum et appliquaient les dernières exigences des « institutions » (la Commission européenne, la BCE et le FMI), ils auraient tout de même besoin de plus de financement.

52 milliards à trouver d'ici 2018

Ces besoins atteignent quelque 52 milliards d’euros jusqu'à fin 2018. Les Européens, eux, devront débourser 36 milliards s’ils assument les deux tiers des prêts, contre un tiers pour le FMI, comme c’était le cas jusqu’à présent. Cet argent devra être prêté à des conditions très avantageuses, précise le FMI, avec une période de grâce avant le paiement de – (…)

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