In his statement Theodorakis claims that after a month of the Left’s major electoral victory “three treacherous commitments still stand: handing over our national sovereignty, the universal binding of the Greece’s public property and the ban on implementing a national economic and foreign policy”.
Before meeting with Tsipras several days ago, Theodorakis urged SYRIZA to find the strength to “say no” to (German Finance Minister) Schauble’s "nein”.
KKE will be holding the rally at 19:00 on Friday night, and party general secretary Dimitris Koutsoumpas will deliver a relevant speech.
Earlier this week, KKE issued a statement accusing the government of “extending the bailout and continuing the anti-people policy”, while it claimed that a new bailout is going to be introduced over the summer. At the same time the Communist party described the negotiations between the government and Europe as being nothing else but an “advertising scam”.