Charitsis: Government’s “Wait and See” Stance Will Cost to the Greek Economy

ATHENS — "We have presented SYRIZA's new programme at Zappeio and we have launched a campaign with many small events, presentations and discussions while trying to discuss the programme with the citizens," SYRIZA spokesperson Alexis Charitsis said on Thursday in an interview with the Athens-Macedonian News Agency's station "Praktoreio 104.9 FM", commenting on SYRIZA leader Alexis Tsipras' recent tours to several parts of Greece.

"Unfortunately, until today the government keeps a 'wait and see' stance which costs very much to the Greek economy and this is something we will find before us in the next months," he said.


The Greek tourism market is seeing a remarkable recovery and while it is most obvious in Athens – that’s where the media is – the powerful signs include the packed ferries and planes that connect with the islands of the South Aegean, with their iconic whitewashed houses that are what most people outside Greece think about when they contemplate visiting.

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