Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis began his tour of Idolokernania from Nafpaktos.
Kyriakos Mitsotakis was in Nafpaktos, where he walked the city’s streets and spoke to residents while addressing a crowd at the city’s port. Earlier, he visited Nafpaktos and Agios Vlasios, the metropolis of Irotheos.
At 1:30 p.m., the Prime Minister will inaugurate Messolonghi’s Xenocratic Archeology Museum. At 18:00, Kyriakos Mitsotakis will visit Akrinio.
In Nafpaktos and Messolonghi, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis spoke to citizens, visited local shops in the areas and walked the main streets of both cities.
“When I returned here to Nafpaktos in 2019, I promised that we would put more emphasis on economic development, reduce taxes, create jobs and support local communities. I am happy because today I return to a city that is buzzing with life, has significant growth potential, and very important projects are underway, ” stressed Kyriakos Mitsotakis in his greeting to the Citizens’ Assembly.
On the evening of May 21, no one doubted that a new republic would be in power the next day
“When the results are counted on the evening of May 21 at the simple proportional ballot box, I want no one to be in doubt that a new democracy will rule the next day,” he noted. Prime Minister “We are voting for a government and we are also voting for a prime ministerial candidate,” he asserted. What I want to say to our friends who may come from other political areas is that some of what I have heard – especially from PASOK – you will vote, but if you choose SYRIZA, Mitsotakis or Tsipras cannot become prime minister, but some don’t know. PM says “X” will emerge. “Kinder” surprise Prime Minister, I didn’t tell you, I know him, but I will recommend him after the election? These are not serious matters. Because you are not only voting for the government, you are also voting for the Prime Minister. You are voting for a prime minister who can go to Brussels and represent the country and negotiate for the benefit of all Greek citizens.
“We will continue to support armed forces or engage in Third World initiatives that endanger the existence of our national sovereignty.”
Kyriakos Mitsotakis also underlined that “under no circumstances should we allow some to take back the seat. Because in the end the complex dilemma of these elections is simple: do we continue on this path of progress towards a stronger, richer Greece, or do we return to an era of high taxes, high contributions, misery? Are we still in Europe?” Can we be reliable interlocutors or will we go back to Europe as beggars, beggars and basically scapegoats? Will we continue to have a strong country that guards its borders and prevent illegal immigration, or will we once again become a “wild grape” like the 1.5 million migrants and refugees that crossed our country in 2015? We will continue to support armed forces with critical weapons programs to develop our defense agreements with countries or pursue Third World objectives that threaten the very existence of our national sovereignty.”
Citizens must objectively judge two four-year terms
Then from Messolonghi the Prime Minister emphasized, “We had four years of Mitsotakis, and before Mitsotakis we had four years of Tsipras. I ask you to objectively assess the course of those four years and the course of our own four years, and I emphasize this because some and some are irreparable.” I see. Mr. Tsipras, because he knows very well that he cannot win the elections, is planning a government of losers, a tolerant, progressive government in his mind only. But who will she do it with? It is not in his dreams. It is not in his dreams. The new democracy. You have the chance to do it in his dream by sending him to the first place with a strong mandate. I call this political “monstrosity” and I want you to imagine it a little. Let PASOK govern together with SYRIZA, because they need him, Yannis with the “N”, Varoufakis, your He would take the Euros and change them to “Dimitres”. He will nationalize the banks, in fact he will do what they did in 2015. That’s why we call them simple conversations. “There is no second time disaster. Yes, a second chance for precaution.” So this is the dilemma that Greek citizens must answer at the ballot box on May 21. If we finally go forward or retreat, we will gradually reduce taxes, support a free economy, support Greek creativity, or return to an environment that taxes both labor and business”.
Kyriakos Mitsotakis pointed out that we must send a message that the path we have set for the last four years, this path of hope, self-confidence, and this path that has led us to successfully overcome difficulties, must continue. The New Republic must complete its work so we can truly look forward to a better day”.
“I thought, you know, coming here, exactly 200 years ago, Dionysius Solomon wrote the Hymn to Liberty. Our national anthem and its words are more relevant today than ever. Because Greece is called upon to prove that it can be a powerful force in a world that is changing so rapidly. “He is called to demonstrate that he can secure a better future through a welfare and growing economy. He is called to demonstrate that he can implement a proud foreign policy that protects the country’s borders while at the same time protecting our Greece from any possible coup,” the Prime Minister said.
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