'Complacency is unjustifiable and the electoral result cannot be taken for granted. We cannot allow even a single vote to be lost,' Mitsotakis told a crowd of party supporters in Alexandroupolis today.
Those who today are complaining and denouncing the level of political dialogue should perhaps weigh their decisions more carefully in the future.
Those who are today engaging in machinations to secure their handicapped parliamentary majority believed that in democracy everything can happen and be justified.
The move is a bid to end the political uncertainty of whether the government has the constitutionally mandated parliamentary on each and every vote.
Because in our peculiar country there is an underlying current of political instability, it would be best to come to a radical and clear solution now.
Kammenos saw the shift to conservatism triggered by the backlash on the Macedonia naming issue and counted on a political rebirth.
Deputy speaker, Tasia Christodoulopoulou said that from now on every bill will be put to a rollcall vote so all 16 independent MPs can speak.
Those who believed that the exit from bailout memorandums would put an end to political extremities and populist rhetoric have seen their hopes dashed.
the upcoming ratification of the Greece-FYROM Prespa Accord and the shift in stance of To Potami party is what is now causing unrest in the PM’s office.
Upstart MPs without political grounding, ideology or a political viewpoint are ready to do somersaults and switch camp as long as they can even briefly prolong their term in office and harbour the delusion that they save themselves politically.
The report underlines that the sooner the Greek general election is held the better for the immediate prospects of the economy, as it will boost fragile investor confidence.
Greece will continue to be ruled by a government that sacrifices the political stability that the country sorely needs in order to stay in power at all costs.
Kammenos has been replaced by Admiral Evangelos Apostolakis, until now Greece’s Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
It would be a grave error if the PM were to attempt to stay in power by bending to the dictates of his partner or by seeking the scatterred votes of MPs.
Alexis Tsipras made clear that Defence Minister Panos Kammenos’ stance on the Greece-FYROM Prespa Agreement poses a problem for the government’s parliamentary majority.
Tsipras said that if necessary he will seek the confidence vote before he tables for ratification the Greece-FYROM accord.