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Dear Mr. Director! Dear team of RISS!
It’s with particular joy that I inform you, that all members of the Greek delegation who visited your institute on 12 May 2014 and worked with you on the conference on Greek-Russian relations, have taken the following Government positions in the Greek Government:
Alexis Tsipras – Prime Minister (head of Government)
Yannis Dragasakis – deputy Prime Minister, in charge of economic development
Nikos Pappas – Minister of coordination of government
Nadya Valavani – deputy minister of economy
Nikos Kotzias – Minister of Foreign Affairs
Kostas Isichos – Deputy Minister of Defense
With wishes to continue our fruitful cooperation between us, and our peoples,
originally posted by: Ploutonas
its what I ve said earlier, its fresh news...
link about early ellections
Tsipras is extremely popular right now and if the talks fail, they are going for early elections to be re-elected and boom. Many Hellenics including me, we dont want tsipras in a standalone power over our country, for many reasons and one of them is far left party! So if early elections come, we do our best to vote NOT the prev governments, but smaller political powers, to balance things...
This time is going to be hard, because statistics shows 70% of the population is with Tsipras, I have to admit, I agree with many of their terms, not all of them, as I am a bit conservative and I dont wish a far left party to open the borders of my country and fill it with immigrants from eastern countries, etc... Its the worst nightmare.
Tsipras is like Chavez now.. lol
(if we see articles like that, the talks are pre-decided to fail is it - all according to their plans).