Early elections in Greece are " imperative " to maintain the country ' s political stability as it begins to implement an unpopular third debt bailout, a government minister said Monday. "Elections are imperative for purposes of political stability. Given the problems in the government's (parliamentary) majority, the situation can be called anything but stable," Energy Minister Panos Skourletis told Skai TV. reece’s former finance minister Yanis Varoufakis has accused European leaders of allowing oligarchs to maintain their stranglehold on Greek society while punishing ordinary people in a line-by-line critique of the country’s €86bn (£61bn) bailout deal. Varoufakis said the Greek parliament had pushed through an agreement with international creditors that would allow oligarchs, who dominate sections of the economy, to generate huge profits and continue to avoid paying taxes. The outspoken economist published an annotated version of the deal memorandum on his website on Monday, arguing throughout the 62-page document that most of the measures imposed on Greece would make the country’s dire economic situation worse.