The country is entering a pre-election period in view of the European elections on June 9, with the parties intensifying their pre-election activity with the central goal of rallying their voters.

The Prime Minister, Kyriakos Mitsotakis, gave the start today from Moschato where, talking to citizens, he signaled the shift to the problems of everyday life without failing to send new messages to those who, as he said, are blackmailing, wishing to co-govern.

The Prime Minister speaking at a party rally sent multiple messages stressing that he would not back down, despite the pressures, from the goal of making Greece a European country.

Subsequently, Mr. Mitsotakis said that the government’s attention is focused on the citizens’ problems and asked for a strong mandate in the European elections.

The Prime Minister accused the opposition of trying to gain partisan benefits from the Tempe accident.

In particular, Kyriakos Mitsotakis today prescribed the framework in which the election campaign of New Democracy will be launched with a double emphasis, on the war he has declared against the interests and on dealing with the problems of everyday life.

In this context, according to the report of Yannis Kantelis in SKAI, the prime minister poses more and more dilemmas to the voters with the dominant representation in the European Union, their interests, but also the war that he has declared against those who wish to co-govern, as he emphasizes, in the last days in his interventions and in his speeches.

In the next period until the polls, the prime minister’s pre-election activities include tours around the country as well as the conference of New Democracy.

The main goal for the ruling party is to rally. In New Democracy, they consider it necessary to have a large gathering of the party’s voters, who also voted for it in the national elections of 2023.

The ND congress is a milestone for the leaders of the party as it coincides with both the 50th anniversary of the founding of the party and the accession of Greece to the EU.