After the latest debate between the leaders of the political parties in Greece, a new debate between Tsipras (SYRIZA leader) and Meimarakis (New Democracy leader) will probably be decisive for the undecided voters in Sunday's Greek elections.
Tsipras: Greece will have a government after the elections, either progressive, or, conservative.
Meimarakis: We need a government of consent.
Tsipras accused Meimarakis and the previous coalition government New Democracy-PASOK, as well as previous governments, for corruption. For the big scandals like SIEMENS, Lagarde list etc.
Tsipras: I escaped from Schauble's trap which would lead to Grexit.
Meimarakis: Tsipras will lead us to new elections and instability, there are many in his party that they still oppose the new memorandum.
Tsipras: It is possible that the extremes may bring again the Grexit scenario on the table.
Nothing new. It is very doubtful that the debate will change voters' choice, or, affect the undecided voters.
Naturally, the neoliberal Meimarakis made a statement about the need of a government of consent, fully aligned with the Brussels-Berlin axis plans: