Samaras urges supporters to vote in favor of political stability
The Prime Minister Antonis Samaras was in Ioannina on Thursday evening where he gave a speech and called for voters to support…
The Prime Minister Antonis Samaras was in Ioannina on Thursday evening where he gave a speech and called for voters to support “political stability”.
With the double elections on Sunday being critical, the PM upped the ante at the New Democracy campaign event and launched a personal attack against opposition leader Alexis Tsipras, dubbing his election as “an accident that must never happen”.
Mr. Samaras argued that Greece is “one step away from the top” and urged his audience to “not look back” and support his government’s ongoing efforts. Furthermore he accused SYRIZA of “dangerous adventurism” and called for voters to give “the mutated Stalinists of SYRIZA” a lesson.
On Friday the Prime Minister has arranged to give a speech in front of Parliament on Syntagma Square.