MEP Elena Kountoura shares telephone interview of politician Alexis Tsipras

Elena Kountoura- Member of European Parliament shared the Telephone interview of SYRIZA-Progressive Alliance President Alexis Tsipras on Alpha's main newscast with Ant. Schroeter. 

MEP Elena Kountoura shares telephone interview of politician Alexis Tsipras
MEP Elena Kountoura shares telephone interview of politician Alexis Tsipras

Europe: Elena Kountoura- Member of European Parliament shared the Telephone interview of SYRIZA-Progressive Alliance President Alexis Tsipras on Alpha’s main newscast with Ant. Schroeter. 

Read here: Full interview of SYRIZA-Progressive Alliance President Alexis Tspiras

Progressive government of the winners, on the eve of the election

Against the laws Katselis and Stathakis that protected the first residence, Mitsotakis voted for a bankruptcy code that eliminates all protections, bringing us ahead of the greatest redistribution of wealth the country has seen since World War II and beyond.

It’s a government strategy that’s going on and aimed at serving a few who will make millions while the vast majority, the middle class, will suffer horrendous bleeding.

That’s what did Patsis, who was a Member of Parliament of ND. He made the “crow” thing. He had taken a loan of four million. Euro to buy loans of 64 million euros. The son of mister Patsi was the mayor of ND in the sector of unserved loans because he had the “know-how”.

So it’s not a “mistake” it’s a plan. It is critical to withdraw the ND Bankruptcy Code, for which we had filed a motion of impeachment. We pledge to restore the protection of the first home with a regulatory framework.

The SYRIZA government has established permanent benefits for pensioners. And now Mitsotakis, shortly before the election, announces 300 million. the euro against the seven billion euro that has not given A tip. No government is saved from this. The climate doesn’t change with this kind of benefit just before the polls.

They accused SYRIZA of subsidy policy when it supported the most vulnerable, the weakest. Today, the middle class lives on coupons from a liberal-supposed- government.

Fighting elections is not purely ideological when survival and Democracy itself are at stake. Conservative citizens are not comfortable with what is going on. They can’t give any answer to why Mitsotakis, who came as a liberal politician who would respect the institutions, watched half the political system and did not say a word.

I believe in a government of progressive cooperation that will be a government of winners on election night. It is the only scenario that can provide a stable and sustainable long-term government.