Editorial: Calmly entering the final week leading up to the elections
With exactly one week left until the elections next Sunday the main goal for this land is calmness. The parties have already…
With exactly one week left until the elections next Sunday the main goal for this land is calmness.
The parties have already presented all facets of their politics, the dilemmas have been posed to the electoral body, the political divs have revealed themselves in the election arena.
The voters have finalized their choices to a great extent, given that the rate of undecided voters is shrinking in the polls.
What worries the people and should concern everyone is the smooth path to the elections,without any extremities in the political conflict and securing a balance in the banking system and economy, which have been tried in the past years.
It is a shame that the day after the elections the country will be in a worse state that what it was before the electoral confrontation began, due to the political extremities and mistakes.
There will be time after for the parties and new MPs to discuss, negotiate and make decisions for critical matters, such as the election of a new President, the new government and the new negotiation with our European partners.
Each from the role to which they were assigned to by the electorate.