by system failure
The second phase of the plan of neoliberal dictatorship in Greece was completed through the invasion of the police special forces in the Hellenic Public Broadcaster (ERT) headquarters in Athens. (http://failedevolution.blogspot.gr/2013/11/breaking-neoliberal-dictatorship.html) The road is open now to shutdown other public organizations of any kind across Europe, through fast, undemocratic processes. (http://failedevolution.blogspot.gr/2013/06/europe-look-what-will-happen-to-you.html)
The ERT "model" has already applied in Valencia-Spain, as the governor of the autonomous periphery suddenly announced the shutdown of the public broadcaster RTVV. (http://www.euronews.com/2013/11/07/spanish-workers-fight-decision-to-shut-regional-tv-station/)
It seems that SYRIZA, the Left-wing party in opposition, was waiting for the right moment to table motion of no confidence in the government, among new outrageous demands from the troika lenders. The government appears to be so weak and tired that is not willing to play the role of the negotiator who is willing to resist at some level - despite any spasmodic reactions - since nearly no one will believe it this time.
Neoliberal dictatorship is willing to drive the experiment to the end and to expand it across Europe. Therefore, for a start, we should expect a strong common front from the coalition government of Nea Dimokratia - PASOK, in order to stay alive and keep executing the orders of the neoliberal dictatorship. The official statement of the Socialist party PASOK, with which fully supported the action of the government against ERT, proves this fact.
MPs with the PASOK Socialist party know very well that they cannot persuade any more that they follow Socialist policies since they vote for very cruel measures against society and see that their party has no chance to regain some of its lost power according to recent polls. The support statement for the invasion in ERT marks the total submission to the neoliberal agenda. George S.-P. Katrougalos, Constitutionalist and international lawyer, Professor of Public Law, has spoken about the end of Social-democracy on the occasion of this support statement, in the radio broadcast of Kostas Vaxevanis.
Therefore, a possible scenario after the motion of no confidence, which will allow current government to stay in power, unless there will be a big surprise of course, is the targeting of PASOK leader, Evangelos Venizelos, since he is facing serious accusations regarding at least two big cases, his actions related to the submarines that the Greek state bought from Germans and handling the Lagarde list case.
This motion of no confidence is probably the moment that the neoliberal dictatorship representatives in Greece expected, in order to "sacrifice" Venizelos and gain some time to take the new cruel measures. Nea Dimokratia, the main government coalition party, which basically represents the neoliberal Right in Greece, will rush to take advantage of this fact, in order to moderate impressions from the dictatorial operation in ERT and give the picture of the fair political party which do not hesitate to move against even high executives of its governmental partners for the sake of justice.
On the other hand, some PASOK high executives are waiting to take the leadership of the party, and will not hesitate to aid in Venizelos "sacrifice", as they know that no one believes that they serve the Socialist ideology. The new complex of Nea Dimokratia-PASOK which will arise through this process, will struggle to stay in power to complete the neoliberal experiment.