Turn­ing a deaf ear

Kathimerini English - - Front Page -

The re­spon­si­bil­ity for unity within the coun­try’s main op­po­si­tion party lies squarely with the con­ser­va­tives’ top ex­ec­u­tives. The Greek peo­ple are in des­per­ate need of a con­vinc­ing al­ter­na­tive to the cur­rent left-led coali­tion gov­ern­ment. What they need is an op­po­si­tion party that is not just strong, but also trust­wor­thy and con­sis­tent – a party they can rely on. Over the past few months, we have wit­nessed cer­tain cadres within the ranks of the op­po­si­tion cre­at­ing all sorts of prob­lems and rais­ing sundry ob­sta­cles against the for­ma­tion of this much­needed united front. Th­ese politi­cians clearly have other goals in mind and are look­ing af­ter in­ter­ests that are not re­lated to the party. More im­por­tantly, they are also clearly deaf to the an­guish of the cit­i­zens who voted for them and their grow­ing calls for change.

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