There were three political messages that Kyriakos Mitsotakis sent to yesterday’s cabinet.
The first concerns the elections, which will be held in about nine months, definitively and irrevocably. After all, Kyriakos Mitsotakis has expressed this intention many times. So the elections will be held in May and June 2023.
Specifically according to Live News one possible date for the first ballots is April 23 or 30, while for the second ballot, without simple proportionality, it will be May 28 or June 4.
The second is that there will hardly be a reshuffle, unless there is a surprise on the occasion of the swearing-in of the new deputy minister, Yiannis Bratakos, next Friday.
The third was the recommendations to the ministers for the coming months. And when the prime minister says that the cabinet should work more politically, it is as if he is telling the government officials that until today they have not produced policy.
There is also a dilemma regarding self-reliance, with Maximou now turning against Nikos Androulakis, after the wiretapping issue, with New Democracy identifying PASOK with SYRIZA.