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Mitsotakis: “We have months ahead of us until the elections” – The scenario for July 2nd


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The Prime Minister’s deputation in the Parliament which further strengthened the puzzle of when the elections will be held

By Antonis Anzoletou

A new question regarding the timing of the elections was introduced since SYRIZA decided to abstain from the parliamentary votes. Did Kyriakos Mitsotakis use up the constitutional mandate of the government until the last day in order to show the institutional deviation of the official opposition? What could this mean? First elections on July 2.

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Usually prime ministers surprise with early elections. Parliamentary circles are wondering if it is time to do the reverse. Since Maximou is preparing a series of amendments and bills that will move, among other things, in the line of the relief of the middle and lower classes, such a maneuver could not be ruled out.

THE Kyriakos Mitsotakis in his retrial he said: “You will abstain from voting for months, because we have months before the elections Mr. Tsipras. So very nice, stay away from the votes. But then you will come to explain why you will abstain from today’s vote. Is not that right;”. It seems that the riddle of the time of the elections will not be solved immediately.

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Most likely, however, all the important relief measures will run in the next period. And the only thing certain is that the prime minister does not open his papers from now on, as it would lead the ministers to put down their pencils very early in order to focus on their pre-election campaigns. The information states that the planning for April 9th ​​remains the prevailing scenario on the table and if second ballots are needed, they will be set up on May 14th or 21st.

In the last cabinet, Prime Minister he told the government officials that this is not their last meeting. It was preceded by his reference to Japan that “some elections will be held after Easter”. What Kyriakos Mitsotakis wants to do is for the pre-election campaign to go hand in hand with government work. In fact, since he doesn’t seem to be under any additional public pressure, he has no reason to run the developments. Even if Alexis Tsipras continues to pressure him to pick up the gauntlet and call elections in February on the occasion of the wiretapping case.

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