Regarding Greek-Turkish relations the PM slammed Ankara for its bellicose posture stressing that Turkey signed an MOU with Libya which is legally null and void on EEZ delimitation.
It was truly a violent decade. The responsibility lies largely with the left-wing right-wing hybrid government that ruled the country for four-and-a-half years.
An economic take-off is is the Greek government's basic politico-economic narrative based on the premise of an investment-friendly climate that will make investors trust the Greek economy.
It is now the responsibility of the PM to clearly articulate the message of a strong and ambitious economic restart.
Not only in Greece but in all countries the issue of keeping commercial shops open on Sundays has stirred intense debate.
The next government will shoulder the weighty burden of returning the country to a path of security and stability, and voters expect electoral pledges to be implemented.
'Reforms must accelerate in order for investments in the fields of agriculture to be supported, along with the recovery of the banking and real estate sector, but broadly speaking everything is being done as it should be done.'
Citizens, businessmen, and the work force are not offered solutions to their problems because the government adopts opportunistic policies.
In an exclusive interview with To Vima, the Harvard economics professor and former IMF chief economist discusses Greece’s growth prospects.