Greece Needs Stability, Not Early Elections, PM Tsipras Says at TIF

Greece Needs Stability, Not Early Elections, PM Tsipras Says at TIF

Greece was very close to a solution regarding its debt after the last Eurogroup, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras predicted on Sunday during the customary premier’s press conference at the Thessaloniki International Fair (TIF).
Replying to main opposition New Democracy's repeated call for elections, meanwhile, Tsipras said that ND leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis was still betting on a 'left interlude' instead of supporting the country, which he said needed stability and not elections at this time.
Noting that Greece was an oasis of stability within a large destabilised region, Tsipras said there would be little to gain by bringing elections forward:
"We have a goal and a plan and now also allies in Europe. We can go after and achieve more," he said, noting that growth was expected to take off in 2017.


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