SYRIZA: Govt’s Fake Success Stories Cultivate a Climate of Doubt to the Citizens

ATHENS — After the government called on the citizens to cast off their face masks while the Delta variant was on the march throughout the world, it was now faced with soaring infection rates and saying that it may bring back the obligatory wearing of masks, main opposition SYRIZA-Progressive Alliance said on Tuesday.

The party noted that the "about turns, messages of complacency, fake success stories and contradictions uttered by Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis cultivate a climate of doubt," while it accused the government of "gambling with both the protection of the citizens' health and with the economy and tourism".

"The only thing left for Mitsotakis to do, after making a complete mess, is to divide people and put the blame on the citizens," SYRIZA added.


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