Responding to an address by the Greek Prime Minister, Mr Kyriakos Mitsotakis, in parliament, on Wednesday, the main opposition SYRIZA-Progressive Alliance leader, Mr Alexis Tsipras, spoke of a speech with “so many, many lies”, in which the Prime Minister had attempted to present himself as supposedly “pro-labor” and as having a “social face”.
Taking part in the party leaders’ debate requested by Mitsotakis to brief parliament on the government’s social policies, Tsipras said: “You spoke of crucial issues of the social policy but you forgot to mention five [things]: high prices, inflation, fuel, pandemic and conspiracy”.
He described Mitsotakis’ speech as “a case study” for political scientists on “how someone can say so many, many lies,” while adding that “it is the reality that is refuting you, not us”.
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