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Oikonomou: Motion of Censure a First-Class Opportunity for Greeks to Hear What Happened

January 28, 2022

ATHENS – The debate starting in parliament on Friday on the SYRIZA-Progressive Alliance motion of censure will be a first-class opportunity for the Greeks to hear all the things that should be said about what has happened in the country in the two and a half years of New Democracy’s governance, said goverment spokesperson Yiannis Oikonomou, speaking to SKAI TV.

“We proceed with successes and weaknesses, we are not hiding behind our finger. We have the courage to say what went wrong and try to correct it,” Oikonomou said.

On the drivers trapped in Athens roads during the snowstorm, Oikonomou said that they are free to take legal action.

Finally, asked about the possibility of early elections, Oikonomou said that “election year is 2023”.

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