Reply to his post Stefanou Kasselakis about the horse and cart proverb used by the prime minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis the government spokesman gave Pavlos Marinakis.

“We would respond to Mr. Kasselakis’ announcement if it was a matter of political confrontation. On the contrary, we repeatedly observe an inability to understand basic concepts or phrases that we have been using daily for years in our country. So when he uses the phrase about the cart and the horse, let him ask at least one of his associates what it means and how it is used in public speech. says Mr. Marinakis in his Facebook post.

The reaction of the president of SYRIZA was caused earlier by the proverb used by the prime minister “don’t put the cart before the horse” oregarding the bill for same-sex couples.

“The “liberal” Kyriakos Mitsotakis has just likened thousands of his fellow citizens to horses! Equality is the “cart”? And who is the “saddle”? The bill that does not bring to a vote? Or maybe Voridis? Shame on him for the phrasing he uses on such a sensitive social issue. I invite him to say clearly: – Is the Prime Minister of the country in favor of marriage equality (which means de facto and procreation), YES or NO? – Will he demand party discipline from his MPs or will he feed his far-right audience ‘hay’ while the progressive forces pass the bill with the votes of their MPs?” says the president of SYRIZA, posting on his X account in Greek and English.

It is noted that during the swearing in of the new ministers and deputy ministers of the government, Mr. Mitsotakis was asked by journalists “if there is visibility for the bill for same-sex couples”.

“Don’t put the cart before the horse. First we’ll explain what we want to do and then we’ll talk about a schedule.” replied the prime minister.