Mardas: Everyone can demonstrate, we have a mandate to govern
The Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Dimitris Mardas has dismissed an upcoming anti-government protest, scheduled for the 15th of June.
In his radio interview for Alpha 989, the Deputy Minister explained that “everyone is free to demonstrate and express their opinion” but at the same time the coalition government has a mandate to govern.
According to the Deputy Minister, the harsh measures imposed will not remain in place forever and that as soon as economic recovery begins, the situation will improve in the immediate future.
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