Pakistanis in Greece are campaigning for SYRIZA on social media ahead of the Greek elections on May 21.
Specifically, on TikTok, they are promoting Alexis Tsipras, leader of the radical Left party. This is despite the fact that the ruling party New Democracy searching in everyway to register Pakistanis illegally living in Greece.
A nationwide survey by RASS found that the ruling New Democracy gathered a percentage of 28.2%, SYRIZA 23.1%, PASOK 11.4%, KKE 6.8 %, the Greek solution 4.8% and MeRA25 4.4% in the lead up to the elections next month.
The difference between ND – SYRIZA narrowed by one point compared to the January poll of the same company. Rass’s metric was featured on the TV channel Action24.
Regarding the individual indicators, the image of Kyriakos Mitsotakis is superior to that of Alexis Tsipras. Mitsotakis leads with 16.4 points over Alexis Tsipras in terms of suitability for the prime ministership.
55.6% disagree with Androulaki’s proposal “Neither Mitsotakis nor Tsipras”, while 38.8% see it positively.
35.7% of respondents said they trust Kyriakos Mitsotakis to manage the Economy for the benefit of the citizens, expanding the percentage recorded in the voting intention for the ruling party, while Alexis Tsipras sums up the percentage of SYRIZA, and Nikos Androulakis the percentage of PASOK/KINAL.
Greece will hold a parliamentary election on May 21, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said Tuesday.
“The country and its citizens need clear horizons,” Mitsotakis said during a Cabinet meeting. “The national elections will be held at the end of the four-year term, as I had committed from the start. They will take place on Sunday, May 21.”
The conservative New Democracy government’s four-year term expires in July
Source: Greek City Times