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Charitsis: Greek Gov’t Has Done Nothing for the Protection of Primary Homes

ATHENS – "SYRIZA will launch new initiatives for a solution on the issue of primary home protection," main opposition party spokesperson Alexis Charitsis announced on Monday, speaking to "Thema 104.6 FM".

After reminding that SYRIZA's amendment for an extension of a protection regime was rejected by the government, he accused it of delay a resolution of an issue that concerns thousands of households.

On the economy and the repercussions from the pandemic, he said that the international rating agencies foresee significant recession in the world's economy, which will affect Greece more than all the other developed countries. He noted that the econony needs immediate and generous support of liquidity, adding that the country can't affort "to wait for Europe to change its mind."

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