Samaras Chairs ND Meeting Explains Meeting with Papandreou

A broad meeting was chaired on Monday morning by main opposition New Democracy (ND) leader Antonis Samaras with the participation of top ranking party officials to set out the framework of Sunday night’s agreement for a new government.

Samaras, claim various state news media sources, stressed that the destabilisation of Greece’s relations with the EU would have resulted from prime minister George Papandreou’s handlings on matters and this was the prime reason that led to his decision on Sunday to “sit at the same table” with Papandreou. He explained that the new government would be of a limited mission and time, with the sole purpose of managing the results of the October 26 eurozone summit decisions and to lead the country to general elections, with the simultaneous removal of Papandreou from the prime ministership.


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