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Petridis: There was even an earthquake, but we have a budget

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Petridis: There was even an earthquake, but we have a budget

By posting on his personal Twitter account, the Minister of Finance, Konstantinos Petridis, was in favor of voting in favor of the state budget.

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Specifically he wrote:

https://twitter.com/Petrides_C/status/1352310468027822080?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw [/ embed]

The approval of the state budget by the Parliament was welcomed by the Minister of Finance Konstantinos Petridis, thanking the opposition parties that voted for him and saying that with this development national risks are avoided. He added that this is the most social budget the state has ever seen.

In a statement to Parliament, he said “I want to welcome the vote on the budget and thank the parties, which despite being in opposition, have voted for the state budget, I want to thank EDEK, the Citizens' Alliance, ELAM, the “Solidarity, the Cooperation of Democratic Forces, parties that are in opposition but with the passage of the budget lead to avoiding the country into new adventures, to avoiding national dangers.”

Noting that the budget is both coherent and balanced, he said that “it has taken into account not only the policies of the parties I mentioned above, but broader claim policies, broader political demands.”

It is not, he continued, a neoliberal budget, “as some claim, on the contrary it is the most social this state has ever seen. It is the budget with the most health expenditure, it is the budget with the most social expenditure and launches new social and other citizen-friendly policies that actively support the time of crisis, the time of need, the entrepreneur, the employee, the patient, the vulnerable groups “.

Without the budget, he continued, “we would definitely go on adventures. We are on adventures due to the economic crisis, but now we have a great weapon to be able to overcome this crisis with a clear mind, and to manage it better than other countries as we have “to this day, despite the problems we see around us every day, but also to go on the road to recovery with more confidence.”

“I want to express my satisfaction again, we have a lot of work to do to overcome the crisis, we need a less toxic environment and more solidarity, more consensus and a sense of responsibility from all of us for the place,” the Minister concluded.

Source: www.philenews.com

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