‘Multidimensional reform’ and society
The election result proved that Kyriakos Mitsotakis and his aides are better than their rivals at reading society. That is why, with the winner's large bonus in seats, New Democracy enjoys a comfortable majority in Parliament, where the prime minister on Thursday announced his government's policy for the next four years.
Based on a strategy of "multidimensional reform," this was a direct communication with today's society, but also an effort, as Mitsotakis put it, to deal with "loose ends from the past" and open "new roads to the future."
The success of this policy will depend on the extent that it meets the needs of the greater part of society.
On Thursday, the prime minister showed once again that his policy focuses both on the personal and the collective, on the past and future, on security and "humanity," on rights and obligations.