The message that the government will not “the slightest step back” on the question of the construction of his station Subway in Exarchia sent the government representative Pavlos Marinakis when informing political editors.
He emphasized that this is a central policy of the government and the Prime Minister personally and therefore “it does not exist no case of retreat».
He civilized the new mayor of Athens Harry Doukas saying his statements on the matter are inconsistent with his original statement of cooperation on central issues.
Commenting in general on the reactions leading to the trees being removed from the area, Mr. Marinakis said that this is “an occasion for revolutionary gymnastics which unfortunately takes place on the backs of the citizens”.
In response to the question about Adonis Georgiadis’ statements that “they will cry a black tear” the Athenians who elected Haris Doukas, the government representative stated that the Minister of Labor expresses his own viewsenjoys them full confidence of the prime minister and that New Democracy did not hide that Mr. Doukas was not their choice.
He added that the choice of the citizens is absolutely respected, that the government has an obligation to cooperate with every local ruler, “but there are some first moves that make us not be as optimistic as that of the metro. Everyone is judged in practice, by their course and work.”