Mr. Tsipras has depicted himself as the protector of the poor and vulnerable and his opponent as a monster out of the Book of Revelation which has come to suck the blood of the people.
Tsipras did not budge from Manichaen polital narrative which pits the callous neo-party of New Democracy “with extreme right ministers” against the progressive and caring SYRIZA.
To some extent the passion for power that the PM has developed and his ambitions are understandable, but Greece’s future cannot be determined or bound by them.
MPs and party cadres are anxiously watching Tsipras’ feverish efforts to turn the tables by pledging everything to the very middle class voters whom he has brought to their knees through over-taxation.
In terms of the apportionment of parliamentary seats New Democracy gets 154, 76 for SYRIZA, 24 for the Movement for Change, 19 for Golden Dawn, and 18 for the KKE.
It is obvious that with this government every investment is subjected to a tortuous process before it can get off the ground, if indeed the investor is patient enough to wait it out.
Operation “Bridge” which was supposed to link SYRIZA with the centre-left collapsed before even getting off the ground.
After five years of bad experiences and countless amateurish choices, citizens have understood the many deficiencies of the government.
The third party in the results released today was extreme right Golden Dawn with 5.3 percent, followed by the KKE Greek Communist Party (5.1 percent), and the Movement for Change (4.1 percent).
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is attempting to divert attention from the highly unpopular Prespa Agreement to other issues, such as the planned revision of the Greek Constitution and a shift to thecentre-left.
Gennimata expelled from the party the leader of the small, cooperating Democratic Left party, Thanasis Theocharopoulos
The report espouses the view of New Democracy leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis that Skopje’s EU candidacy can be used to ensure proper implementation of the Prespa Accord.
A country cannot be governed with MPs switching parties or abandoning their own and with promises to wandering MPs.
Tsipras revealed that days after the planned ratification of the Prespa Agreement he will table for a vote the Protocol regarding FYROM’s Nato accession.
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