“The people’s majority will offer us the opportunity to govern for the next four years by giving a clear mandate to SYRIZA,” said party leader Alexis Tsipras in an interview to Sunday newspaper Real News.
“The Greek people understand that SYRIZA is the only party that wants and can do the necessary reforms and changes for the country and at the same time guarantee stability.”
Tsipras underlined that he will form the new government from the ground up, a government that will be concrete in the battle to implement the necessary reforms that the state needs.
“In this context, it is very important to have, and we will have, the society’s support as well as the Independent Greeks (ANEL) as a stable ally.”
He also expressed his determination to continue and intensify the battle against corruption after the elections.
He ruled out the possibility of a cooperation with New Democracy and accused Popular Unity leader Panagiotis Lafazanis that he decided to declare civil war, clarifying that it will be a one-side war.