Marinakis for Kasselakis: How many and which companies he eventually has and exactly what his professional activities are

The government’s confrontation with him continues, and the government representative insists on the questions regarding the business activities of the president of SYRIZA. Paul Marinakis accuses the president of SYRIZA, Stefano Kasselakis of “throwing the ball on the platform” while returning questions about the handling of former Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, in Novartis’ case accusing SYRIZA of guilty silence. Following is the entire statement by the government representative, Paul Marinakis “The president of Syriza continues to whistle indifferently about his business activities, refusing to reveal exactly who they are. Unfailingly he chants vagueities and throws mud through leaks, answering issues that are not put to him rather than the truly relentless questions raised. As long as Mr. Kasselakis throws the ball on the platform, he’s exposed. From “the name Stefano” of last September, it only took six months to reach “my name is Rizzo and as I want to turn them around”. We call on him again to answer himself, “indirectly” as he likes to say, to specific questions that arise: How many and which companies does the leader of SYRIZA finally have abroad? What exactly are Mr. Kasselakis’ business activities? Does he know, as he ought to, what does the law passed by the party government that is now president provide? We’ll wait. Let him do it – even through Tik Tok, since he does not respond with the informal updates of SYRIZA, but chooses the evasion. It is notable that in his informal briefing, Syriza chooses not to say a word about the other part of the questions we raised about the “para-systems” that were operating at the Maximos mansion during the days of Mr. Tsipras – as his ministers now confess. This silence means guilt or emptying, or possibly both.”