Mitsotakis: National Εlections Αre about Stability, Consistency and Continuity

February 14, 2023

KOZANI – Stability, consistency and continuity are the three basic needs Greece has, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said during his speech at a New Democracy event held in the city of Kozani, northern Greece, on Monday.

Mitsotakis is touring Western Macedonia, where he announced plans for the region’s development, before addressing a meeting of his party in the region.

The three needs, he added, come in the midst of “an uncertain international environment, with a war in Europe, with ongoing crises, and with an unpredictable neighbor,” and should be in the mind of voters during the upcoming national elections.

At the elections – which will be held in two rounds of voting, but whose date has not been announced yet – “it is the first round that will determine who governs during the challening ‘next chapter’,” Mitsotakis asserted. The second round will just “reinforce what people decided in the first ballot,” he added.

Criticizing main opposition party SYRIZA-Progressive Alliance, Mitsotakis said that “our adversaries always default to the past, having nothing to propose for the present and the future (…), and they keep building a miserly virtual reality based on lies.”


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