KINAL Accuses Government of Inconsistency That Increases Insecurity

February 9, 2021

ATHENS — Opposition Movement for Change (KINAL) on Tuesday accused the government of inconsistency and improvisations that "generate more insecurity for the citizens," claiming that the restriction measures it has imposed are problematic.

KINAL, in an announcement, said that the government should "get serious" and that it was not permissible, in these difficult times, for it to "behave like a wandering theatre".

"We expect serious, corroborated and effective decisions. Mr. Mitsotakis must at last assume his responsibilities," the party said.

In the same announcement, KINAL criticised Health Minister Vassilis Kikilias for saying that he intends to propose a harsher lockdown to the scientific committee and that schools are clusters for infection that spread the virus.


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