“When the government was battling in negotiations with creditors, before crucial evaluations, Mr. Mitsotakis was demanding elections. When the economy was turning a page after fiscal derailment and recession, towards over-performance and growth, Mr. Mitsotakis was again demanding elections. At a time when the country was once again assuming its leadership role in the Balkans and internationally and was being congratulated by everyone, Mr. Mitsotakis was demanding elections. Now that the country is living through a national tragedy, he again demands elections. On the day that the country, after eight whole years, is exiting the bailout memorandums that his party saddled us with, Mr. Mitsotakis is demanding elections,” sources in the PM’s office said.
PM’s office lambastes Mitsotakis over his demand for elections
When the economy was turning a page after fiscal derailment and recession, towards over-performance and growth, Mr. Mitsotakis was again demanding elections.
The office of the prime minister slammed main opposition leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis over his latest demand that Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras call elections on the day of Greece’s exit from the bailout memorandum, on 20 August.
Elections are the only thing that concerns him, sources in the PM’s office said. “It is by now clear to everyone that Mr. Mitsotakis is not at all concerned about the country, it people, and their problems.”
Government cadres noted the junctures at which Mitsotakis has called for elections.