Mr Varoufakis hit out at the Brussels bloc over its enforced austerity on the country and control over the Greek parliament.
Attending an anti-EU movement event in Athens, the economist said Greek MPs had voted for debt measures they “did not believe in”.
Greek MPs voted for a £4.3billion round of pension cuts and tax increases ahead of a meeting in Brussels to discuss further possible EU bailout funding.
Speaking at the DiEM25 session, Mr Varoufakis blasted Greece’s “never ending depression”.
BBC•DIEM25Yanis Varoufakis said the Greek parliament vote was a "fresh farce"
The members of parliament supporting the government voted for measures that they do not believe in
He said: “Last night a fresh farce was performed in the Greek parliament. The Greek parliament was debased yet again.
“The members of parliament supporting the government voted for measures that they do not believe in and the members of the opposition voted against