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Androulakis: “The prime minister should stop being the traffic policeman of the banks’ profits”

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“The prime minister is fooling millions of Greeks. Suddenly today he remembered the speculation of the banks, just like months ago he discovered the social housing”, commented the president of PASOK-Movement for Change

The president of PASOK-Movement for Change, Nikos Androulakis, accused Kyriakos Mitsotakis of mocking the citizens, on the occasion of the Prime Minister’s report on the attitude of banks towards borrowers during his meeting with the President of the Republic, Katerina Sakkelaropoulos.

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“The prime minister is fooling millions of Greeks. Suddenly today he remembered the speculation of the banks, just like months ago he discovered the social housing”, commented Mr. Androulakis and emphasized:

“That “annoyed” Kyriakos Mitsotakis, let him stop being the traffic policeman of the banks’ profits. From November 7th, we called on him to tax with an extraordinary levy the excess profits accumulated by the banks benefiting from the opening of the gap between interest rates on deposits and interest rates on loans, which, it should be noted, is the largest pan-European.” The president of PASOK-KINAL added that since October, according to the data of the Bank of Greece, the deposit rate was only 0.05% and the lending rate reached 4.86%.

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“The government must assume its responsibilities and follow the example of other European governments in similar cases. And not to remain an observer of citizens’ despair and social inequalities”, concluded Mr. Androulakis.

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