"When people will have to decide whether we will continue forward together, despite any mistakes and omissions, or we will go back to the dark days, their decision will be clear," Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said late on Sunday in an interview with public broadcaster ERT3.
He also estimated that SYRIZA will win the national elections on July 7.
"The Greek people have not said their last word. The European elections was another thing, because people wanted to give a message of dissatisfaction. People know that SYRIZA took the country out of the memoranda, but they accused it of delaying it. We have received the message," Tsipras said stressing that the Greeks are now called to decide on their lives.
He also said that he will raise the issue of the 120-installment debt settlement on companies.
Regarding main opposition New Democracy (ND) leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis' plan, he said that "it is an Armageddon." He explained that it will not bring tax reliefs, but redundancies, cuts in benefits, and dissolution of the welfare state.