The elections will be a salvation and a start of revival, says ND President Kyriakos Mitsotakis in his current interview on the first topic and claims that, even if he is self-sufficient the day after the elections, he will seek cooperation with other parties.
Although open collaboration with KIN.AL rejects the proposal for a wider cooperation government with the participation of SYRIZA. "I'm not going to join a government with SYRIZA … And I'm sure no one wants to get SYRIZA out of the window when the citizens pushed him out," she says categorically.
He calls for direct elections and argues that seared to withdraw from the two-party government – because of its opposition to the Prespa agreement – there will no longer be any political legitimacy for Mr. Tsipras to continue to govern, he must either immediately request a new vote of confidence or resign and calls for government elections.
Before the constitutional revision he says: "circumstances are ripe for a new constitution in a new Greece". He responds to his alleged reluctance to review the article on ministerial responsibility: "As far as Article 86 is concerned, stop hypocrisy." He says he will submit his own comprehensive proposal for the revision of the constitution on Tuesday Syriza and notes that "it will also include an amendment to Article 16 as the private universities of North Korea are now".
Confirm that again ND will not vote on it Prespa agreementeither in this House or in the next Parliament, adding that since 18 December, when it has been completed for six months, the motion of censure will be a weapon for the quiver of its parliamentary weapons.
For the recent government crisis that led to his retirement Nikos Kotzias from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs says: "… Within the Council of Ministers, unprecedented interlocutors were heard about secret funds and bribes with the prime minister who silently watched while the subject of Kotzia is still open. Mr. Tsipras and Kammenos are mutiny or covert agreements, because they at least harm the country and they have to leave. "He also says that" the church only pardons "and that" research will be done into assumptions that have caused public sentiment and damaged the country ".
It refers to its own economic proposal say: "Our recipe offers less taxes and taxes, reasonable surpluses and more investment and privatization and new jobs … will create a positive climate that will generate 4% growth and tens of billions of new capital." He says: "I promise nothing I can not do" and seems optimistic that "in four years Greece will continue to exist", although it says: "I know that we will not only find burned but mined land".
Mr. Ready. Mitsotakis reports that in the coming days the announcement of candidate MPs will start, starting with the new people who have never claimed their entry into the house.