MP Hüseyin Zeybek resigns from SYRIZA

Western Thrace
Thu, 23 Nov 2023 11:08 GMT
Xanthi MP Hüseyin Zeybek announced his resignation from the SYRIZA Party.
MP Hüseyin Zeybek resigns from SYRIZA

Hüseyin Zeybek announced on his personal social media account on Thursday 23 November that he resigned from the SYRIZA Party and that he will take part in the new platform to be formed together with other members who left the party.

Deputy Zeybek's statement is as follows:

"Dear friends, dear young people,

I took the first steps of my political life in the 2000s with the Sinaspismos party. My first candidacy started in 2002 under the presidency of Mr Kostas Gounaris as a candidate for councilor of Xanthi Municipality. After that, I was nominated as a candidate for MP in 2009, as a candidate for the vice-presidency of the province of Xanthi in 2010 and since 2012 I have been an MP under the umbrella of the SYRIZA Party, winning 7 elections.

After the recent developments in our party, our president Mr Alexis Tsipras resigned and Mr Stefanos Kaselakis became the head of our party in the new presidential elections.

The statements of our new chairman about the minority, the party's move away from the leftist view and the principles we defend have deeply affected me, and a disharmony has emerged between my basic values and the party.

With great bitterness and sadness, I would like to announce my resignation from the SYRIZA party, of which I have been an active member since 2000, and to inform you that I see it appropriate to take part more freely in a new platform together with those who have left the party.

With the support I received from you, my esteemed voters, I have tried to do my best to benefit the society and to provide better services to our minority with pride and honour during the years I spent in the SYRIZA party. I would like to declare to you that I will continue to fight with all my strength for the problems of our minority with the same determination and determination as always.

Yours sincerely."

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