Some Modest Questions for Prime Minister Mitsotakis

FILE - Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis on Saturday during the policy statements in Parliament. (Photo by Eurokinissi/Yorgos Kontarinis)

Talk about hitting the ground running. Greece’s new Prime Minister and New Democracy leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis, doing the country the favor of running the Looney Left SYRIZA of former Premier Alexis “Say What?” Tsipras out of office, took over like a man determined to get things done. Now.

Now we have to hope he can and that Tsipras’ emptying the cupboard of 1.7 billion euros ($1.91 billion) through a barrage of pension bonuses and tax cuts in a frantic, two-minute drill …

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  1. There are a million things to do, never a country as messed up as Greece, the crisis caused economic troubles, but the country is and has been worse off because of all its other major problems. Laws need changing some new some removed, all things must be made fair and not easily overturned by any successive governments, in a rush for investments you can’t throw out rules and laws that protect and inhance life and work..You can’t have come to greece our workers only need to be paid €756. Euros a month! That would be $4.72 an hour for 160hr work month. Plus oh yeah you can pollute, no safety regulations, etc,…the excessive Taxes, the insane Red Tape, the Unions with unfair crazy demands etc must be delt with and fixed, not only for foreign investments, but home grown greek businesses as well. Taxes must be fair for all, and paid by all…all these are long term goals, like before you cannot lower taxes today, then 4 yrs from now a new government raises them an extreme percentage..small increases are normal, but punitive raises to get quick money or to punish and look like your sticking it to the corporations is disastrous because they will leave again..Then theres education, healthcare, etc etc….EXTREME REFORMS are needed, not feel good, campaign slogans, but real fundamental and positive changes. Don’t take credit or praise just do it so we can move on.

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