"There is only one way out of the crisis. Disengagement from the EU, and authority of the people," Papariga said.
Commenting on the recent talk about selective default, she said it was an administrative way of facing the crisis and there is no way to avoid it.
There will be bankruptcy, whether it is selective or whether it is not technically considered bankruptcy, she said, adding that nothing more will happen to the people than what has already happened. The only way is to overturn the authority of the monopolies and for popular authority to prevail, she said.
Papariga also did not rule out the prospect that the debt crisis currently in progress will, in 2-3 years' time lead to the dissolution of the EMU.
The KKE leader further accused the government and the other opposition parties of keeping the people in the dark with their stance, warning that there will be no restarting of the economy, even if the current crisis is overcome, without an overturn of the policy that is imposed by the monopolies.
She rejected every framework of teaming up with the government and the other parties for renegotiation of the Greek debt.