Duty calls

Kathimerini English - - Front Page -

Fol­low­ing the de­ci­sion of left­ist leader Alexis Tsipras to re­sign on Thurs­day, open­ing the way to another pre­ma­ture gen­eral elec­tion, this coun­try needs an ex­pe­ri­enced care­taker prime min­is­ter sup­ported by a set of re­spon­si­ble min­is­ters to over­see all sen­si­tive sec­tors. The above is man­dated by on­go­ing de­vel­op­ments, all of which are ex­tremely cru­cial and leave no room for fur­ther foot-drag­ging and in­de­ci­sion. They in­clude im­ple­ment­ing the mea­sures in­cluded in the third in­ter­na­tional bailout deal agreed with the coun­try’s lenders, the re­cap­i­tal­iza­tion of Greece’s banks, which have been hit hard by re­cent de­vel­op­ments, and deal­ing with the record num­ber of mi­grant and refugee ar­rivals. Greek Pres­i­dent Prokopis Pavlopou­los and party lead­ers across the po­lit­i­cal spec­trum must rise to the oc­ca­sion and do what is best for the coun­try in the com­ing days.

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