Greece is not Europe’s ‘poor relative’, says Greek PM-elect after landslide victory




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  1. Greek elections: landslide victory for centre-right New Democracy party ► https://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/jul/07/greeks-choose-between-beach-and-ballot-in-first-post-debt-bailout-poll

  2. While I don’t have any enthusiasm seeing boring neoliberal centrist pro globalist party’s like new democracy winning, It’s still better then having leftists socialist pro globalist party like syriza. So it’s a win win I suppose..

  3. It hurts to say this as a Greek, but we have no hope. I dont see this guy being any different, hope I am wrong.

  4. I am afraid it is. It is bankrupt and over 50% of Greeks are living in poverty. 23% of the workforce are jobless and a bigger proportion of the youth are out of work. To make matters worse, the nation has been asset stripped and growth last year was around 1%.

  5. I think you will find Greece is still the poor relative of the EU and will continue that way for a very long time yet.

  6. Actually your the EUs broken slave,, unless you leave the Insanity of the EU Greece will always be 3rd rate and totally broken

  7. CONGRATS TO EVERYONE IN GREECE – FANTASTIC NEWS AND WHAT A LANDSLIDE VICTORY – NARCISSIST MERKEL MUST HAD A HEART ATTACK ! – JUST ANOTHER NAIL INTO THE MARXIST/SOCIALIST/GLOBALIST EU RUN BY THE DICTATORSHIP IN BRUSSELS – THE NEXT IN LINE IS THAT LEFTIST MACRON AND OUR FRIENDS THE YELLOW VESTS WILL OUST HIM VERY SOON AND MARINE LE PEN WILL BE PRESIDENT – THE DISENTIGRATION OF THE NASTY EU WILL CONTINUE WITH BORIS PULLING THE UK OUT OFF THE MARXIST EU BY THE END OF THE YEAR OR EVEN EARLIER ! THE FIGHT AGAINST THE LEFT WILL CONTINUE ! CONGRATS AGAIN !

  8. The comments below show how dismally little Europeans, Americans, and other foreigners know about Greek politics. Greece is a European democracy in every sense of the word, that is why a free and democratic people chose to change their government and vote for A Moderate Center Right Party like New Democracy, which is anything but a populist right wing party like other European countries have voted for. He is a moderate and intelligent man who, in contrast to his left wing populist predecessor, is in favor of a modern capitalist economy that will cut taxes and make the necessary reforms to fight corruption, clientelism, and promote investment in the country from both domestic and foreign investors. He has pledged to cut the over bloated public sector and enhance private initiative and the private sector to promote new jobs. He has pledged to start working immediately toward this goal on the day of his Inauguration (July 8) and will have his first Cabinet meeting on July 9th.

    And as far as Greece being a “poor relative of Europe”, that is going to change rapidly within the next few years. Have any of you heard of The East Med Pipeline? Gigantic Natural Gas deposits have been discovered off the Western and Southern Coasts of Greece off Southern Crete. This also coincides with the Massive Natural Gas deposits off the Southern Coast of the Republic of Cyprus, which is also Greek. ExxonMobil, Total, Shell, and other major European and Greek Oil Companies have already bought the rights to start drilling in Greece and Cyprus’s Exclusive Economic Zones which comprise tens of thousands of square kilometers of The Eastern Med. The contracts have already been signed and there are more to follow. This means that this will generate hundreds of billions of dollars in profits for both Greece and Cyprus because a new pipeline will be built with the cooperation of the Europeans, Egypt, Israel, and the US in order for Greece, Cyprus, and Israel to supply all of Europe’s needs in natural gas, thereby breaking the Russian monopoly. All of you that doubt this can look it up. In the near future, Greece will not be the “poor relative of Europe”, instead the Europeans will be begging for Greek natural gas that will be more competitive than Russian natural gas. Again, anyone that doubts me can look it up for themselves. Greece’s prosperity lays ahead, along with a proper Greek Government with Kyriakos Mitsotakis as PM who will bring it to fruition.

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