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The country needs someone with experience and determination to make tough decisions. All the money aside, it is important that Greece restore its reputation. ---->>>

We only have a Plan A. The acceptance and full implementation of the existing plan, the so-called Plan A, is the best solution for Greece, for the euro zone and also for creditors and holders. ---->>>

Protect those who protect you. ---->>>

Greece is a medium-sized country in Europe. Our debt accounts for only 2.5 percent of the total of all members of the euro zone. ---->>>

Without Greece, it is not possible to preserve the integrity of the European phenomenon. ---->>>

Everyone should respect the sovereignty of the EU countries. ---->>>

I am the head of the Socialists, but the party is not my property. ---->>>

Those who have a lot of money in Greece invest in housing abroad. It's all immoral. The Greek crisis is structural, but also political. ---->>>

Voters will decide how they want to be governed. ---->>>

Europe and the euro zone have no reason, rationally, to push Greece out of the euro. But this is a system in which many parties, many countries, many governments, many electorates participate and we could have events which, rationally, are not controllable. ---->>>

The vast majority of Greeks accept the need for reform and want to keep our country inside the euro zone. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: Greek
Born: 01-01, 1957
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Occupation: Politician

Evangelos Venizelos (Greek: Ευάγγελος Βενιζέλος, pronounced [eˈvaɲɟelos veniˈzelos]; born 1 January 1957) is a Greek politician who was Deputy Prime Minister of Greece and Minister for Foreign Affairs from 25 June 2013 to 27 January 2015. Previously, he was Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Finance of Greece from 17 June 2011 to 21 March 2012 (wikipedia)