The Greek PM, Alexis Tsipras, announced the bills that will be passed next week, to deal we a series of problems as promised to the Greek people before the elections.
Tsipras also defended the decision by energy minister Panagiotis Lafazanis to revoke certain licenses of the gold mining operation at Skouries, northern Greece, saying that Greece put environment and the public interest above corporate interests.
Meanwhile, according to a new poll by Metron Analysis for the newspaper Parapolitika, the leading party of the government coalition, SYRIZA, collects 42.1% of the votes, while the New Democracy conservatives dropped at 18.3%.
Alexis Tsipras is considered more suitable for the position of the prime minister with the impressive percentage 55%, against Antonis Samaras with just 13%.
Finally, 68% is satisfied with the way that the government is negotiating against 23%, while 76% considers government's course as positive against 18%.