The measures are particularly severe and highly anti-social, Parliament Vice President and SYRIZA member Alexis Mitropoulos on Tuesday said in statements to private Mega TV and called on Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras to seek broader social and political consensus.
“The measures agreed are difficult and the government will not be able to implement them on its own,” Mitropoulos underlined. He added that “a wide social and political basis is needed, because it is not in the interest of the left wing to implement the most extreme neoliberal post-war policy.”
He proposed “a national negotiation plan with an immediate reconstruction of the negotiating team and a new government with persons of widespread acceptance and prestige but not necessarily with the involvement of other parties.”
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