“An ecumenical government is not the solution to Greece’s problems,” main opposition New Democracy leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis on Sunday said in an interview with “VIMAGAZINO.”
He also said that he does not trust Alexis Tsipras and he could not co-govern with him.
Mitsotakis stated that he is not asking for elections. “I do not participate in election talk that causes political uncertainty,” he said and added: “I am sure I will win the elections whenever they are held … there is a strong momentum for New Democracy. My aim is, of course, self-majority, but this does not mean I will not seek collaborations.”
The leader of the main opposition party lashed out at Tsipras, accusing him of having adopted a dangerous policy in the first half of the year, either as a result of ignorance or arrogance. As he said, he led the country very close to total destruction and hurt the Greek economy significantly.
Regarding New Democracy’s policy, he said that it changes and it promotes a totally different political speech. “The main challenge is the organizational restructuring of New Democracy,” he stressed.