Professor of International Law speaks to the BBC about the Greek debt crisis
15 February 2012
Achilles Skordas, Professor of International Law at the University of Bristol and a former advisor to the Greek Parliament, has commented to the media about the latest developments in the Greek debt crisis.
Commenting on the situation, Professor Skordas said: “Greece faces the greatest challenge since the restoration of democracy and the war in Cyprus in 1974. The challenge is economic and social, but, unless successfully managed, it may threaten the foundations of the political system, as well. Structural reform that needs to be implemented in the medium term – over the course of the next few years –if the crisis is to be put under control in the long haul.”
You can listen again to one of three recent interviews by Professor Skordas on the BBC Radio website [2.22m into the programme].
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