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GreeceMarinakis: The government's first bill will concern tax measures and lower taxes

Marinakis: The government’s first bill will concern tax measures and lower taxes

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The government’s first bill will legislate for new tax measures and lower taxes, government spokesperson Pavlos Marinakis said on Friday in an interview with the radio station Kanali 1- Piraeus Municipal Radio 90.4, pointing out that the country’s problems are the only opponent of the government led by Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis.

Referring to his own role, Marinakis said that the correct answers must be supplied as quickly as possible so that the citizens are properly informed and added: “In a country which, as the rest of the world but especially in Greece, suffered greatly from fake news, some people often tried to harm its image abroad. They tried to harm our country on the basis of international interests abroad with fake news. We have a huge duty to speak, to tell the truth, to communicate the work of the government, to stay informed about the complaints of the citizens and constantly be aware of the true state of society.”

The new government spokesperson also underlined that the greater the percentage received in the elections, the greater the responsibility and the shorter the period of grace.
He also said that the citizens had signalled that they wanted the government “to put an end to toxicity.” This could be achieved, Marinakis said, “with even more rapid reforms, such as those we have seen in the previous four-year term.”

“I think this is our great task…the first and perhaps the main concern of Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis. He wants to continue uniting the Greeks,” he said.

SOURCE; ANA-MPA

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