Not to be pessimistic, but I won't hold my breath.Remember when Athens 2004's Gianna whatever her name was had a party at her house with fireworks (during the Olympics, no less) and burned down part of a forest? She wasn't even fined for it. All she did was apologize once.
I agree. You couldn't hold a Greek politician to a pot of gold coins engraved "Promises" and hope for him to keep it. If it was engraved "Public Money", it would be like prising a limpet off a rock at low tide, of course.
Let's hope this promise is kept.As for Gianna Aggelopoulou Daskalaki, I remember my friend saying that she'd seen the fire and fireworks from afar and had commented "I wonder if we've won something?"
ΚΥΡΙΑΚΗ 8 ΙΟΥΛΙΟΥ ΚΑΙ ΩΡΑ 7 ΤΟ ΑΠΟΓΕΥΜΑ ΟΛΟΙ ΕΞΩ ΑΠΟ ΤΗ ΒΟΥΛΗ.ΑΠΑΙΤΗΣΕ ΤΗΝ ΑΜΕΣΗ ΑΝΑΔΑΣΩΣΗ ΟΛΩΝ ΤΩΝ ΚΑΜΕΝΩΝ ΕΚΤΑΣΕΩΝ. ΜΑΚΡΙΑ ΑΠΟ ΠΟΛΙΤΙΚΕΣ ΣΚΟΠΙΜΟΤΗΤΕΣ, ΑΠΑΙΤΗΣΕ ΔΡΑΣΗ ΤΩΡΑ! ΜΗΝ ΜΕΙΝΕΙΣ ΑΠΡΑΓΟΣ ΑΥΤΗ ΤΗ ΦΟΡΑ! ΠΡΟΩΘΗΣΕ ΤΟ ΜΗΝΥΜΑ ΣΕ ΟΣΟΥΣ ΠΙΟ ΠΟΛΛΟΥΣ ΜΠΟΡΕΙΣ ΚΑΙ ΚΑΤΕΒΑ ΣΟΥΣ ΔΡΟΜΟΥΣ ΣΤΗΝ ΠΙΟ ΜΑΖΙΚΗ ΣΥΓΚΕΝΤΡΩΣΗ ΓΙΑ ΤΟ ΠΕΡΙΒΑΛΛΟΝ. ΘΑ ΕΙΜΑΣΤΕ ΟΛΟΙ ΕΚΕΙ!
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