Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis, in his address to New Democracy’s Parliamentary Group on Thursday, spoke of a “new starting point of activation and work,” and also referred to the disasters from climate change. “Our thoughts today are on Volos and North Evia. The state is there, alongside the residents, and we will once again stand by those affected,” he stressed.
Mitsotakis underlined that the government is proceeding to implement the programme of its second term. He noted that, within the first three months since the elections, the government’s pledges are already becoming a reality as seven bills were passed, including one allowing Greeks who are registered in the electoral rolls and live abroad to vote from their place of residence. In addition, he referred to the bill of the Ministry of Labour that was recently passed.
“All this means permanent and stable increases in income. Pride and arrogance remain our enemies….In the first bill of the finance ministry, we implemented half of our election campaign pledges. We are always ready to deal with any emergency problems,” he underlined.