Androulakis is playing his cards close to his vest, and has not categorically ruled out joining a coalition government with the participation of ND and SYRIZA.
Androulakis in a lengthy Facebook post accused the government and “far-right elements” of “inundating the public dialogue with vulgar leaks” against him.
SYRIZA is expected to approve the PASOK-KINAL leader's demand for a parliamentary probe, and will reportedly discuss the prospect of tabling a no-confidence motion.
Would Mr. Tsipras prefer to establish debates on a permanent basis, so that instead of discussing issues in Parliament, every Friday night we would have the “debating hour” with Messrs Mitsotakis and Tsipras on television, with ads and popcorn?
Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis won the 2019 general election based on the expectation that he would change the country. That was his pledge and it fuelled expectations among the majority of voters.
Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis wished ‘get well’ to Alexis Tsipras
'The petty partisan objective of changing the agenda, with political exploitation of the loss of human lives from the coronavirus, is pitiful politically and ethically.'
After his defeat in the July, 2019, general election Alexis Tsipras remains almost politically blind. He seems unable to absorb the shock of defeat and to interpret its causes.
The arbitrary and adjacent para-governmental authority networks were kept over time and left their mark on the Tsipras administration.
"We disagree with New Democracy's growth model and we believe it can't lead us to growth" Tsipras said.
Boris Johnson believes firmly that by leaving the EU Britain will regain the former imperial greatness of the colonial era.
Mr. Tsipras’ tack came across as a rearguard battle which lacked substance but in which nonetheless the PM was forced to engage.
What former PM Alexis Tsipras and his finance minister Euclid Tsakalotos did not believe would happen may indeed occur.
The discussion during the three-day debate focused on the government’s announcements and particularly on those pertaining to the economy.
'I was impressed by the shift from invective and shrieks towards an institutional placidity on the part of New Democracy,' Tsipras declared.
Incoming Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis was well prepared. He had picked his ministers and associates from a pool comprised of both politicians and technocrats.
Yesterday’s elections brought to a close a cycle of governance during which shilly-shallying on a series of crucial decisions and reforms was the order of the day.
New Democracy leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis is scheduled to be sworn in as Prime Minister by President Prokopis Pavlopoulos at the Presidential Mansion at 1pm tomorrow, 8 July.
Centre-left Movement for Change leader rips into PM even as he dons the mantle of the leader of the country's 'progressive front'.
'He [the ND leader] is not among those in New Democracy who governed between 2004-2009 and who led the country with their irresponsible economic policy a step closer to catastrophe,' FAZ opined.
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