ND: Top 5 candidates for European elections – Mitsotakis starts tours

The ND is warming up the engines ahead of the European elections as Kyriakos Mitsotakis signals the start of the pre-election period and puts party officials on alert.

The Prime Minister has given the nature of the national referendum to 9 peopleher In June, ND wants to mobilize voters and counter a lackluster vote. “These polls are not conducive to indifference and cheap counter-messages,” he said, a message he planned to broadcast, with the aim of avoiding spillovers and votes for minor parties.

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Arrangements in ND for April 5 conference

A milestone on the road to elections for the centre-right is the ND Congress on April 5. Preparations have begun and gatherings have intensified over the past few days in Praeus and Megaron Maximos. According to reports, the leader of the Congress is Dimitris Avramopoulos, while the presence of all top officials highlights the unity and mobilization of the party for a difficult electoral contest. The European elections coincided with the celebration of 50 years since the restoration of the Republic and the establishment of the ND, and Mr. Mitsotakis wants to give the work of Congress a festive character.

Mitsotakis: “ND was the first division to put Greece in Europe”

“NT, the faction of Konstantinos Karamanlis, kept Greece in Europe. And he kept Greece in Europe in the most difficult times of 2015, and it is our faction that will gradually make Greece a real European country at all levels,” he stressed during a tour in Asprophyrkos on Saturday.

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The prime minister's trips to Attica and the province will increase in the next period, with his allies using every free date in his schedule to organize as dense a tour schedule as possible. In the next period, the announcement of the campaign committee for the election of Yiannis Bradagos as president is expected.

ND: Candidates for the European Ballot

At the same time, the processes to draw a “blue” European ballot are being intensified. Several candidates have launched their election campaigns, including the party's current MEPs Vangelis Meimarakis, Anna-Michel Asimakopoulou, Stelios Kymbouropoulos, Eliza Vozeberg and Manolis Kefalogiannis. A similar thing is happening to Giorgos Attias, Evi Christophilopoulou, Director of the Prime Minister's Press Office Dimitris Tsiotras, Pyros Dimas and Thanasis Exadaktilos, who are awaiting the official announcement of the ballot. It is expected to take place between April 10 and 15, and according to reports, there are discussions with Voula Patoulidou about his inclusion.

ND wins KEDE election

Saturday's KEDE elections were the first crash test of ND's electoral mechanism, which passed successfully. Lazaros Kyrizoglou, backed by Prayez, won by a landslide against Haris Doukas with 348 votes to 155.

Party officials pointed out that the ballot box demonstrated the ND's power in the local council in a complete and clear manner, and reminded that similar victories were achieved in the Union of Regions and the Regional Union of Municipalities of Attica. They pointedly commented on the distance between the reasons and results for the candidacy of Haris Doukas, who was talking about a coup. According to reports, in the previous period the secretary of the party Maria Chiregela, ND vice-president and finance minister Kostis Hatsitakis and Prime Minister Thanasis Negis, a close ally, set up a small headquarters on Piraeus Street. He worked quietly in the background to achieve the final result.

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