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Athens News Agency: News in English, 05-11-04

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  • [01] PASOK ready to govern, party leader says

  • [01] PASOK ready to govern, party leader says

    Main opposition PASOK party leader George Papandreou, addressing a party rally in the seaside town of Igoumenitsa in northwestern Greece on Friday night, stressed the readiness of his party to assume the governance of the country the day after the elections, whenever they may be held.

    Papandreou outlined his party's positions and launched an attack on the government and Prime Minister Costas Karamanlis, saying that it appears that the government has contracted the disease of migratory birds and for this reason it will let PASOK rule the country soon.

    The PASOK leader said that his party "is the great calm force of the popular movement and of progressive forces" and added that during the period it has been in the opposition it has showed that it has learnt from its mistakes and that soon it will be summoned on again to take up the country's reins.

    Papandreou further said that after about two years since his party's defeat in the elections, "the people are turning again to PASOK from which they are expecting a great deal" and stressed that the party's new proposal "is based on the value named man, who constitutes the party's main direction for the next four years".

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