They want PASOK’s votes, they don’t want PASOK, Androulakis says

“Neither (main opposition SYRIZA leader Alexis) Tsipras nor (ruling New Democracy leader Kyriakos) Mitsotakis wants us to govern together. They want PASOK’s votes, they don’t want PASOK. A strong PASOK sets its own conditions, conditions for another policy that they don’t want to follow,” opposition PASOK-Movement for Change leader Nikos Androulakis said in an interview with Blue Sky TV late on Tuesday regarding the prospect of post-election partnerships.

He added that he will ask for a strong mandate from the Greek people so that PASOK-KINAL will shape developments, insisting on his position that he will not cooperate in a government scheme with Tsipras or Mitsotakis as prime ministers.

“The people will show who we will work with,” he said.

Androulakis reiterated that it is necessary to shed a lot of light on the phone tappings case, for which he held the prime minister responsible. “Mr. Mitsotakis is absolutely responsible for this,” he stressed.