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Athens News Agency: News in English, 03-09-04

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

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  • [01] Prime minister certain of PASOK's victory in the next election

  • [01] Prime minister certain of PASOK's victory in the next election

    03/09/2003 23:31:09

    Prime Minister and PASOK President Costas Simitis on Wednesday said that he was certain that his party would have its mandate renewed in the next elections, which will take place, the latest, in Spring 2004.

    Speaking to a large audience, in light of the PASOK's 29th anniversary celebrations in a sports stadium in Athens, Simitis welcomed those that attended, whether new or old members, stressing that their presence sent a ''message of victory for the grand democratic and progressive party''.

    Simitis underlined that the people will once again support the ruling party so as to ''move on with a new national pride toward the country's modernization, to lead Greece to the same level with the rest of the European countries, to create a stronger society, to promote our big national issues, to conquer higher levels of social justice''.

    He added that pursuing these aims is PASOK's choice of victory, ''in a critical fight, which will seal all that we achieved and all that is at stake ... main opposition (New Democracy party) can not cut short the course of Greece to the future ... New Democracy can not govern Greece.''

    PASOK's President recounted the party's history and spoke of late prime minister and party founder Andreas Papandreou, noting that ''his presence always is keeping us company and inspires us''.


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