The two-day debate in parliament on the Constitutional Revision will start on Tuesday, at 10 am, and is expected to be concluded with a roll cast vote on Thursday.
Spyraki stressed the importance of dealing with non-viable loans. "This problem has become serious and New Democracy's proposal has not been taken into account," she said.
She also wondered whether the quality of life has improved and cited the fall of the indices. "A symbolic return to the markets is not enough. Look at Portugal's interest rate for example," he said.
On the Constitutional Revision, she said that the main articles are 16 and 24 stressing, however, that the next parliament will decide on the content of the articles that will be revised.