Tsipras lashes out at New Democracy
SYRIZA leader and Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras started his speech lashing out at New Democracy Kyriakos Mitsotakis.
The prime minister accused Mitsotakis of talking about reforms, but “without explaining which these reforms are. You don’t have the courage to suggest any reforms. You say no to what you have voted for”.
“You say that you can achieve a 2% surplus and economic growth at 4%, but your governments have managed to achieve the opposite” he said adding: “25% recession since 2009, unemployment from 9.6% to 27.5%. Where were you? Who had been ruling the country?”
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