Tsipras: The Law and Order Promised by Mitsotakis Proving to Be Lawlessness

ATHENS — "The law and order promised by Mr. Mitsotakis is proving to be lawlessness and mafia rule, but the government is occupied with how to set up police departments within the universities," main opposition SYRIZA-Progressive Alliance leader Alexis Tsipras posted on Monday on Facebook, noting that a significant gap between the government's pre-election promises and what it delivered.

According to the leader of the main opposition: "criminality seems to have deep roots and the inability of Mr. Mitsotakis' government to deal with it undermines the security of citizens. And this costs lives. Until when?"


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