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conventional wisdom says both of its authority but latest opinion polls and election results around Europe suggest implementing prop bailout programs may not be the kiss of death for European governments , well the government of prime minister Alexis Tsipras has just got one spectacular reelection , after making a nuclear , and embracing of the kind of stringent austerity , there are several possible explanations , they knew roaring ahead as well uneven Portugal is now picking up , right well as well so and it's well claims for the government from that point of view but it or they can also use that , I just got the worst is over and that austerity has Hey you don't , are the other things I think are a fear of the unknown , and the fact that opposition parties , no put forward a convincing alternative schools for , finally I would say that Europeans have not fallen in love with austerity they don't want to see that Harry potter retirement dnmt bush back to later in life %HESITATION and benefit going down public services are being reduced but they many of them now except with some resignation that this is a the best way to preserve the core of the European social model