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Charitsis: Major Challenges Demand Bold Political Decisions

ATHENS – Main opposition SYRIZA's programme "Menoume Orthii" is the reply to the delays of the Mitsotakis government, to the bias against labour and SMEs but also "a reminder that major challenges demand bold political decisions," stated SYRIZA spokesperson Alexis Charitsis in an article in F&MVoice on Thursday.

Charitsis said that his party's updated programme focuses on the need to protect labour and defend social cohesion.

He accused the government of spending valuable time on "communications fiestas" and then cynically citing the rules of capitalism when the going got tough.

Charitsis said that "the crisis is once again becoming an opportunity to restructure labour relations, establish flexible working hours and black labour, cut salaries and dismantle everything the Greek people achieved in recent years".

Finally, he said that SYRIZA will defend the quality of Greece's democracy "in any way that is necessary."

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