New Democracy leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis visited Corinth and Loutraki on Friday to talk with citizens, shopkeepers and tourists, and stress that Greece needs another four years of his party in power.
The party leader underlined that unity, prospects and hope won in the May 21 elections, and this was a very encouraging message for the future, but he reiterated that "nothing is over.
The ballot box on the morning of June 25 will be empty again. The result (of the first round) is not counted in the repeat elections," Mitsotakis said.
"This is not a football match where we have won 4-0 and are keeping the score for the second leg. Here we are starting from the beginning and the goal is one: even higher percentages for New Democracy everywhere in Greece. And we must also win the third seat, here in Corinth. And the fourth," he said.
Mitsotakis spoke about economic growth and referred to investments that can be made in Corinth in the manufacturing sector, the primary sector, tourism and the high-tech sector, saying "The country needs another four years of New Democracy governance to be able to permanently turn the page."
"To make the big leap towards Europe, to be able to maintain this high growth that we have achieved and to be sure and certain that this growth ultimately has an impact on the life of every Greek," Mitsotakis stressed.
"That is why this election is so important. Essentially, there is just one governance proposal: only New Democracy, at this moment, can presume to win the confidence of the Greek people," the party leader added.