Greece: Alexis Tsipras outlines profile of Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis

Greece: Alexis Tsipras-President of the SYRIZA, political party, outlines the profile of Kyriakos Mitsotakis, who is the Prime Minister of Greece since July 8, 2019.

He shared the information through his official Facebook account and stated, Mitsotakis to stop hiding from surveillance – Four minimum actions for the uninterrupted conduct of the next elections.

Kyriakos Mitsotakis once again hid like an ostrich for the illegal stalking scandal. He did not come to answer Parliament, he hid from the European Parliament Inquiry Committee, just as he hid from the Greek Parliament the natural rituals of the crime.

He chooses the darkness of coverage, despite constantly new revelations coming to the limelight for political watchings of his opponents, journalists, and even his ministers, who were illegally watched either through official media irrigation by the EYP either through the illegal predator software or in combination.

The most important thing though is that while it chooses the dark, malicious monitoring software is still working, and nobody takes the responsibility for disabling it.

However, the country cannot be led to elections under this condition.

Alexis Tsipras mentioned in the statement, “We call on all the political forces of the country to take a stand. But most importantly, we invite Kyriakos Mitsotakis to assume the responsibilities assigned to him so that the institutional and political crisis he caused does not turn into a major state crisis of confidence by the democratic acquired country.”

And that is why they call on him to adopt a minimum framework of actions that will restore, at least in part, democratic normality and ensure the democratic and uninterrupted conduct of the next election.

First of all everyone call on him to terminate malware immediately and place a universal ban on trading it by companies in our country.

Secondly, to immediately replace the EYP commander with a person of mutual acceptance, Conscience.

Thirdly, to ask the Supreme Court for the immediate replacement of the prosecutor in charge of the EYP, Vlachou, who bears huge responsibilities for extortion.

Finally, to commit that with the official start of the pre-election period he will be appointed with party consent a Service Minister of Civil Protection who will, of course, have the responsibility of the EYP and all Greek police services let them provide surveillance systems, throughout the pre-election period.

This is, he repeated, about the minimum conditions and guarantees for the smooth conduct of the upcoming elections and the restoration of basic confidence in the political system.
So stop hiding and give immediate answers.

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