Finally, there is a bit of light at the end of the tunnel. With targeted changes the new Ministerial Council the instances of mismanagement, “rebellions” and “comradely” stabbings in the back will hopefully eclipse.
The case of ministers who opposed the implementation of crucial government decision is characteristic.
From the list of Ministers, it appears that the Prime Minister intends to clear the situation.
It is not possible for person opposing a government policy decision to maintain a ministerial position.
In this case the dissident must necessarily be removed.
The question is whether this pile up will secure the calmness necessary for the implementation of a (specific) policy.
Will the Prime Minister continue?
Stavros P. Psycharis