Former Greek PM Mitsotakis: ‘The Elections Will Take Place at a Time of Disarray’



mitsotakisPresident of the Hellenic Republic Karolos Papoulias met with New Democracy honorary President and Former Prime Minister Konstantinos Mitsotakis. The two men discussed Greece’s current situation and Mitsotakis expressed his concern about the difficult phase the country is going through.

Over the last few days, Mitsotakis has had meetings with many significant figures in the Greek political scene, calling them to come to a consensus and showing his concern about the current developments.

After his meeting with the Greek President, Mitsotakis stated that he frequently discusses the country’s issues with Papoulias. He also made a comment on Pavlos Chaikalis’ accusations regarding his alleged attempted bribery, saying that these incidents are causing him to worry even more.

Furthermore, he noted that the elections may take place “at a time of disarray.”

On December 18, Mitsotakis also met with Independent Greeks (ANEL) leader Panos Kammenos, in the former’s attempt to reach a common consensus. During the meeting, Kammenos noted that the only possible solution is to head to elections and end the Memorandum policy.


2 COMMENTS

  1. There were 160 votes the first round and more reported to come in subsequent votes, then why all the panic and rumors of bribes. The third and last vote requires only 180 votes so why all the hand wringing from the EU and ND? That is polls have been taken and clearly there are not enough votes to elect a president. Enjoy the show as the Eurocrats squirm while crying disaster, tragedy and calamity again and again and again.

  2. In a democracy let the people decide unfortunately in the birthplace of democracy an electrol system which is a sham and under no circumstances can Be called democracy rules so nothing will change the same old corrupt politicians will be in power the same legal system which is cronyism in disguise as a legal system will continue the same media with its vested interests will continue to inform the gullible Greek people Of how wonderful everything is In short nothing will change