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Athens News Agency: News in English, 09-07-06

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  • [01] Election rumours dismissed

  • [01] Election rumours dismissed

    Government spokesman Evangelos Antonaros on Monday repeated that the government's current focus was to fulfill its pre-election pledges and carry out its programme, stressing that it would not be sidetracked from this goal.

    "We have the Parliamentary majority and we will continue with this to carry out the duties assigned to us by the Greek citizens and nothing more. Everything else is empty speculation that has absolutely no meaning. These scenarios concern only those that disseminate them, not us," he underlined.

    He was replying to questions that once again referred to the prospect of early elections and to statements by members of the ruling party demanding changes in the government after the European Parliament elections.

    Antonaros also denied that reports that government members had been ordered to return to their posts by August 3, saying that this was "pure fantasy".

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