PM Rules Out Triple Elections, Cabinet Reshuffle

PM Rules Out Triple Elections, Cabinet Reshuffle

Prime Minister Antonis Samaras ruled out the likelihood of triple elections and a cabinet reshuffle in an interview with Kathimerini newspaper.
Samaras told the newspaper what is important for him is to navigate the country’s through the crisis, adding that he spending all his energy on ways “to overcome the crisis, to turn deficits into surpluses, to reverse the bad image of the country abroad, to strengthen Greece’s position in a increasingly restive international environment, to implement reforms against vested interests that are affected and do everything they can to render them vain, to achieve a further reduction in our debt and to achieve attracting new major investments.”
The prime minister also said the decision to adjust the Greek debt should be taken by the EU partners no later than the spring, suggesting that there are disagreements within the troika and underlining that there will be no new bailout memorandum.

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