“Mr. Tsipras should be ashamed,” stated New Democracy leader and former Prime Minister Antonis Samaras referring to Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras’ speech to SYRIZA’s Central Committee on Saturday.
“He accuses me for the European People’s Party announcement, the context of which he has co-signed in the last Eurogroup decision,” said Samaras, adding that EPP’s announcement said that Greece had made a huge progress in the last few years and should keep its commitments.
“He [Tsipras] must be in a great despair and fear to refer to such nonsense and create imaginary enemies to justify his own lies and impasses,” underlined Samaras.
The New Democracy leader noted that the “bridge” Tsipras prepares is for the next Memorandum to which he is leading the country and that for this reason, Samaras said, he will be held accountable.
“If he believes that by attacking me and our partners he can become a European politician, he does not have a single idea what is going on. He is hurting not just himself but also the country, which is in Europe and will remain in Europe. Shame!” concluded Samaras.