Tsipras said the government was shying away from its responsibilities
Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis staunchly defended the Greece-France strategic cooperation agreement - in the face of main opposition SYRIZA leader Alexis Tsipras' criticism on the limits of the mutual defence agreement as regards military assistance in Greece's maritime zones and the provision commits Greece to "advise, assist, accompany, and fight" alongside France in the Sahel region of M
SYRIZA voted against the agreement
By George Gilson
SYRIZA's economic policy as regards bolstering the middle class, youth and pensioners was the central topic at SYRIZA leader Alexis Tsipras no-hold-barred televised news conference today at the Thessaloniki International Trade Fair (TIF), where the underlying message was that his party is ready to rule and create a "progressive government".
At the beginning of the press conference, at the Thessaloniki International Fair, the President of Syriza, Alexis Tsipras, referred to the issue of snap elections, calling on the Prime Minister to announce them "if he has the courage to do so".
The leader of the opposition also referred to the pandemic, blaming the government for the manipulations and the course of the vaccinations.