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02 July 2011

Democracy at work?

Take an easy multiple choice test! Fun for all the family

So, a little quiz question: Which of these pictures shows democracy at work?

Is it maybe this one?

Papandreou and Mubarak

Or could it be this one?

Papandreou and Gadhafi

Maybe it's this one indeed?

Papandreou and al-Assad

... or, could it be our last one here:

The assembly on Syntagma square

I will leave it to your senses to see, smell, hear, and feel the right one. Because you can do that.

Posted by betabug at 20:51 | Comments (3) | Trackbacks (0)
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Re: Democracy at work?

Hahaha! Great shots!

Posted by: Panagiotis at July 02,2011 22:50
Re: Democracy at work?

Ghedaffi and Mumbarak were members of the Socialist International, of whom Giorgos Papandreou presides. You forgot one pic with another former Member of the Socialist International, ex- Tunisia 's Ben Ali!
As a tribute for the ratification of the wednesday 's traitory Midterm Program, the Socialist International was conferencing on July 1st and 2nd at the Asteras Resort, one of the most luxurious hotels of the country. Of course, with president GAP and expenses charging to the greek people.

Posted by: Panagiotis at July 02,2011 23:00
Re: Democracy at work?

I'm sorry, I couldn't find a pic of GAP and Ben Ali together - I'm sure there must be one somewhere, but no luck for my search.

Posted by: betabug at July 02,2011 23:17
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