Tsipras and Androulakis drew attention to the far-right parties entering the parliament

Greece
Mon, 26 Jun 2023 9:10 GMT
SYRIZA and PASOK leaders drew attention to 3 far-right parties, one of which is fascist, entering the Greek Parliament.
Tsipras and Androulakis drew attention to the far-right parties entering the parliament

SYRIZA and PASOK leaders drew attention to 3 far-right parties, one of which is fascist, entering the Greek Parliament.

Aleksis Tsipras, Leader of the Radical Left Alliance (SYRIZA), said, "The entry of three far-right parties, one of which is affiliated with fascist groups, combined with the right-wing Mitsotakis' majority in the parliament, creates a negative result." said.

SYRIZA Leader Tsipras, who came second in the election, noted that his party suffered a major defeat despite remaining in the main opposition.

Tsipras stated that there is a need for a change in the party cadres from top to bottom and said that he will also be involved in the democratic evaluation process of party members.

Expressing that the election result was negative for society and democracy, Tsipras said, "The entry of three far-right parties, one of which is affiliated with fascist groups, combined with the right-wing Mitsotakis having a majority in the parliament, creates a negative result." he said.

Stating that New Democracy, which carries national issues sensitive to pre-election debates, is responsible for this picture, Tsipras noted that the legal arrangement to prevent the party of Ilias Kasidiaris, the ex-deputy of the racist Golden Dawn Party, from participating in the elections, also led to the strengthening of the extreme right as a reaction.

Pasok: The rise of far-right parties is a danger

The leader of the Panhellenic Socialist Movement (PASOK), Nikos Androulakis, stated that his party has increased its vote rate, and that the rise of far-right parties is also a danger.

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