The Mitsotakis-Koutsoubas dialogue at the Presidential Palace about the elections: What the Prime Minister replied

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The Mitsotakis-Koutsoubas dialogue at the Presidential Palace about the elections: What the Prime Minister replied

“The increase in the minimum wage has nothing to do with the election,” the prime minister told reporters

The elections and their date were the main topic of discussion in the “wells” on the sidelines of the events at the Presidential Palace.

The prime minister had a special conversation with the general secretary of the KKE Dimitris Koutsoubas, who asked him if he has decided on the date of the elections. The answer of Kyriakos Mitsotakis was: “After April all dates are open”.

“The minimum wage increase has nothing to do with the elections. I want to make it clear. The choice to come a month earlier involves the fact that in April the tourist season begins and there are enough people in the tourism industry” said Kyriakos Mitsotakis speaking to reporters at the Presidential Palace when asked about when the elections will be held.

As Kyriakos Mitsotakis said, the choice of the increase to come a month earlier involves the fact that it ends in the first quarter in April, the tourist season begins and there are enough people in the tourism industry.

It is recalled that the Prime Minister in his message for the new year referred yesterday to the positive steps taken in 2022 for the country and also to those coming in 2023, with the most basic being the increase in the minimum wage. As he said, “from April 1, earlier than last year, the minimum wage will increase again.”

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