PM Says Government Is Determined to Implement Society-Oriented Reforms

PM Says Government Is Determined to Implement Society-Oriented Reforms

The government is determined to implement society-oriented reforms as well as the February 20 agreement, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said on Wednesday in parliament during the debate on the humanitarian crisis bill. “If some believe that nothing changed with the elections in Greece and they dream of our country going back to the era of the memoranda, let them keep their threats for those who put up with them. No threats to this government and primarily no threats to the Greek people,” the premier said and cleared out that the government is obliged to keep the popular mandate it got, a mandate to end the memoranda and austerity, to engage into a process of recovering the Greek people’s dignity and hold tough negotiations. Tsipras called on all parliamentary parties to vote for the humanitarian crisis bill “the first bill that was not translated but was drafted here (in the country).” 
 
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