“With faith and vision we can get out of the memoranda and the country can move forward on a growth course,” said New Democracy (ND) leader Evangelos Meimarakis, who attended the celebrations for the liberation of the city of Kozani from the Turkish.
Meimarakis also accused the government of taking decisions with painful measures that lead to recession. “We feel sorry for them, we do not support them, we look to the future and move forward,” he underlined.
Asked on whether New Democracy will vote for the prior actions, Meimarakis replied: “New Democracy, in principle, will support anything it considers positive, constructive, restructuring and will condemn any measure that is recessionary, such as cuts and taxes, just to maintain an inefficient large state. Therefore, we will decide when the bill is tabled in Parliament.”