According to information, Alexis Tsipras accepts suggestions to go to Ithaca tomorrow and from there to address the call to the end of the memoranda. Although this scenario seems likely at the moment, the prime minister has not given up the idea of going in an affected area, possibly outside of Athens, to give it the mark of the next government day.
At the same time, the reform processes continue, which, unpredictably, are announced on Thursday. The intention of Alexis Tsipras goes beyond the refreshing reorganization of the government and SYRIZA to face the three elections in 2019. That is why Prime Minister Panos Skourtetis, Minister of the Interior, has proposed moving to Koumoundourou and to assume the position of party secretary. According to his information CNN Greece Mr. Skourletis does not seem positive in this perspective and it can not be excluded to follow the path that Nikos Filis has drawn when he made a similar proposal.
From the final outcome of the Scourlet affair, the remaining positions in the cabinet will also depend. There are currently quite a few scenarios, but the most likely is that the recast will involve more reclassifications than the arrival of new executives. Most of those who will join the cabinet will be young, coming from the party, and will mainly take the positions of junior ministers. Moreover, one of the new ministers will certainly be a person previously associated with PASOK (probably Mariliza Xenogiannakopoulou). By the way, as is evident from the current positions of Dragasakis and Pappa, the configuration of the memorabilia agenda goes through the dipole "maintenance progress" and the opening on center-left. Moreover, it is not possible to exclude a person from the Potami district (not a staff member, but a person with a wider acceptance) as an opening for possible government support in the vote on the ratification of the Prespa agreement.
The prime minister is working on different scenarios for the new ministry. One of them wants a change from the government spokesman and the transfer of Dimitris Tzanakopoulos to another ministry or to Koumoundouros, in the case of Skourtetis denial. Despite the fact that Dimitris Tzanakopoulos is considered successful, many believe that in a protracted period before the elections there is a change in the face of the government & # 39; is needed. Even before the position "plays" the name of Nikos Pappas, who prepares to return to the Maximos mansion for good. Another scenario is that K. Zachariades will accept the position of government spokesman with N. Pappas who will move to the Ministry of the Interior to be responsible for holding the elections. At the same time, it should not be excluded that the change in the Ministry of the Interior would lead to a "cut-off" of the simple proportional part to the self-governing elections and the introduction of the 3% maximum for election to the municipal councils.
Certainly his return must be considered Nikos Filis, this time preferably at the Ministry of Culture. Moreover, it is expected that Paul Polakis will be transferred to the Ministry of Agricultural Development, while Stavros Kontonis will probably also disappear from the Ministry of Justice. It should be noted that the prime minister's intention is to investigate a few young executives, with the names of G. Bournou, K. Zachariadis, R. Sivigou and H. Staikou.
As noted by an experienced party executive at CNN Greece, Alexis Tsipras, through the new cabinet, will also leave its mark on the composition of the next SYRIZA group and SYRIZA's policy in the next elections, regardless of the effect.