In his interview with Kriti TV on Sunday, she pointed out, Mitsotakis said that there will be no tax reductions in 2019 and only referred to a reduction in VAT on restaurant/catering services in 2020, which the current government has already implemented. According to Mitsotakis, the rest of supposed tax cuts will happen over a four-year span, after the implementation of reforms and negotiations with Greece's EU partners and lenders, provided that they agree, she said.
"[What we have], therefore, are vague promises for tax relief but strong assurances of austerity," Achtsioglou added.
Citizens cannot afford the luxury of a return to the years of insecurity and surveillance, she underlined. "On July 7, we are voting about our lives," she concluded.