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GreecePM Mitsotakis: Stakes at this election relate to 'stability or chaos'

PM Mitsotakis: Stakes at this election relate to ‘stability or chaos’

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Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis rejected scenarios of a three-month emergency government following an inconclusive electoral result on Sunday, while speaking publicly in Naoussa on Wednesday.

The question of such a short-term government was posed by a journalist during a press conference of SYRIZA-Progressive Alliance leader Alexis Tsipras on Tuesday, as a possible option of dealing conclusively with the wiretapping issue. Tsipras did not rule out such a discussion, but said his priority was to win elections.

Outlining his thoughts on the matter, Mitsotakis said the stakes can best be described as “stability or absolute chaos” when it comes to such scenarios, noting that it would be highly unlikely that such a short-lived government would be able to “pay out your pensions or govern the country.”

It is now only three days before the national ballot, he added, and “we want a stable government, one that can make decisions, not fall prey to a barrage of intra-party bargaining and blackmail.”

The last “thing we need is more experimentation and instability,” he underlined.

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Regarding regional issues, Mitsotakis said it is important that the Naoussa Police School reopened, and he also emphasized that his government supported wine production by reducing the excise tax on wine, rendering wine tourism more accessible.

SOURCE; ANA-MPA

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