“If he is looking for a lifeline, he will not find it in SYRIZA-PS. If he fears that the trust of his MPs and ministers has been lost, he has only to ask for a vote of confidence himself,” the announcement reads.
His answer was immediate SYRIZA-PS in the prime minister’s interview with Ant1, with a statement in which he describes the interview as “a delirium of guilt, panic and insults” and adds that “SYRIZA will not offer him a lifeline with a motion of censure”.
In its announcement, SYRIZA states: “At a time when society is drowning in accuracy, Mr. Mitsotakis is drowning in his lies to cover up the parastatal wiretapping mechanism he set up. The whole interview he gave, back and forth after the revelations about spying on his ministers and businessmen with the Predator, was a delirium of guilt, panic and insults.”.
SYRIZA claims that “It is indicative of his impasse, but also deplorable, that he is almost begging for a motion of censure, to blackmail the ministers he was watching to support him, maybe he can be saved. If he is looking for a lifeline, he will not find it in SYRIZA-PS. If he fears that the trust of his MPs and ministers has been lost, he has only to ask for a vote of confidence himself”.
In closing, he asks the prime minister to come to Parliament to answer the question posed by Alexis Tsipras: “Until then, he must understand that he is the Prime Minister of a parliamentary democracy and not, by God’s grace, a monarch, and he must answer to parliamentary control. We are waiting for him to come on Friday to answer Mr. Tsipras, if the 33 on the list that are said to be targets of the malicious predator software, or some of them, were also on the official link of the EYP”, he says characteristically.
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