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Athens Macedonian News Agency: News in English, 15-01-05

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From: The Athens News Agency at <http://www.ana.gr/>

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  • [01] SYRIZA parliamentary spokesman: No ground for cooperation with PASOK or POTAMI
  • [02] Extremely low temperatures and snowfall expected in the country as of Monday

  • [01] SYRIZA parliamentary spokesman: No ground for cooperation with PASOK or POTAMI

    ANA/MPA---"There is no ground for SYRIZA's cooperation with PASOK, POTAMI or the newly founded Mr. Papandreou's party," SYRIZA parliamentary group spokesman Panagiotis Lafazanis said in an interview with ANA-MPA webTV on Monday.

    Lafazanis underlined that "All the above political parties move in the same direction and are on the same course. What they want is a second round of memorandum catastrophe, worse than the first one, for the country."

    Asked on former prime minister George Papandreou's initiative to form a new party, SYRIZA spokesman said "It is pathetic that Mr. Papandreou wants again to save the country. He saved it once, a second one is not necessary. Enough with the disaster. The fact that he announced the formation of a political party seems like an anecdote or a farse. We believe that the Greek people will turn their back to him."

    According to Lafazanis, "at this time the only alternative is SYRIZA that addresses to all the people and to all the citizens. It can create a new popular unity with optimism and hope for a future of recovery and reconstruction. We are certain that SYRIZA will succeed a major victory that will secure the parliamentary majority for a progressive reversal in Greece so that the troika and the memoranda will become a past thing for good and a new progressive way of recovery and reconstruction will open for the country. This is the certainty with which we move towards the general elections. The Greek people understand our message and will support it with determination and sweeping majority."

    The whole interview is available for subscribers at ANA-MPA WebTV

    [02] Extremely low temperatures and snowfall expected in the country as of Monday

    ANA/MPA---Very low temperatures and adverse weather conditions will prevail in Greece starting from Monday and for the next three days.

    Rain is currently falling in Athens and it is snowing in the mountainous areas of central and eastern Attica as well as of Evia, the Peloponnese, Crete and the Cyclades islands.

    Snow is expected to fall in semi-mountainous areas and in lowlands on Tuesday, the head of the Hellenic Meteo Service forecast department Chryssoula Petrou told ANA-MPA, adding that "it might snow in Athens on Tuesday afternoon."

    The phenomena will be intense in eastern Attica, Evia, Sporades and the Cyclades islands as well as Crete while it is expected to snow in coastal areas too.

    The snowfall will start to fade from Wednesday afternoon but the extremely low temperatures will continue.

    According to Petrou, the frost will be extremely intense in central and northern Greece. In some parts of the country there will be total frost and the temperatures will remain below zero throughout the day.


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