In the course of the week Alexis Tsipras is expected to rearrange the government in a new attempt by Maximos to preserve the very bad impression left by the government, especially after the tragedy in Mati.
Information wants Panos Skourletis to go to the party and occupies his position by Christos Spirtzis, while other information wants D. Tzanakopoulos to leave the state and go to justice! Information about changing operations and Nikos Pappas. Outside the government, according to the same information, Lydia Koniordou, Panagiotis Kourouplis, Dimitris Apostolou and a surprise minister remain.
The door to the government is expected, according to press reports, to see SYRIZA & # 39; s secretary, Panagiotis Rigas and the director of KO. Kostas Zachariadis, while we can also see big surprises and executives like Marilisa Xenogiannakopoulou and Yiannis Ragoussis, who are both considered politically burned because of their participation in GOP governments.
Kakalotos, Achitsoglou and Panos Kammenos seem to be undamaged.
Initially, there were "leaks" for a radical reform, but the last days the expectations for dramatic changes seem to have diminished. Alexis Tsipras probably wants to emphasize the "40th generation generation" to show in this way that "the government and the country are turning".
According to the information, the Prime Minister, in addition to the new faces to use the "fight", will upgrade members who belong to his limited sphere of influence and who are not politically injured.
Information wants to move Panos Skourtetis to the party and his position to occupy Christos Spiritsis. Except the government, according to THE NEWS, Lydia Koniordou, Panagiotis Kourouplis and Dimitris Apostolou are over.
The door to the government is expected, according to press reports, to see SYRIZA & # 39; s secretary, Panagiotis Rigas and the director of KO. Kostas Zachariadis while according to THE NEWSWe also see big surprises and preachers like Mariliza Xenogiannakopoulou and Yannis Ragoussis.
Unsolicited are Tsakalotos, Achitsoglou, Panos Kammenos and Stavros Kontonis.