Tsipras: The Hard Is Not to Win the Elections But to Manage the Chaos the ‘Excellents’ Will Leave Behind

ATHENS – “The hard is not to win the elections but to manage the chaos that the “excellents”, that managed in the last three years the fate of the Greek society and of the economy, will leave behind” main opposition SYRIZA-Progressive Alliance leader Alexis Tsipras underlined addressing on Sunday his party’s Central Committee.

Tsipras sternly attacked the government for its management abilities in the economy saying that “the neoliberal economic policy not only was unfair at social level but has also failed at economic level”.

“I read in the newspapers that the government is thinking of changing the date of the local government elections” Tsipras said and asked from Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis and from the Interior Minister to answer when the local elections will be held. “The government must tell us when these elections will take place. If they are going to change the date of the elections or they shall adhere to the decided schedule”.


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