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Metsola, the coin and Ioannis Kapodistrias – 2024-02-23 23:51:42

The Parliament gave a warm welcome to the president of the European Parliament, Roberta Metsola, who broadcast together with the Costa Tasoula the message of Europe’s restart and rebirth through the June 9 European elections.

In fact, the Speaker of the Parliament, as the “Pacemaker” writes, reserved a surprise for Ms. Metsola, who comes from Malta, by revealing to her that the machines of the first Greek mint in Aegina, where the first coin, the palm, was issued in 1828, came from Malta .«Thus with such machines, the first coin of the renaissance of Greece was set up. The renaissance, therefore, has roots in Malta, it also has roots in Greece,” said Mr. Tasoulas.

For the record, these machines were bought from Malta by Alexander Kontostavlos, whom Kapodistrias appointed as a member of the financial committee and sent him there to buy the machines with which the first Greek coin was minted.

The First Vice-President of the Parliament and President of the European Affairs Committee, Yiannis Plakiotakis, and the Vice-President of the Eurogroup of the European People’s Party, Vangelis Meimarakis, were present at the meeting, while afterwards the distinguished guest spoke to the Plenary of the Parliament and had a meeting with representatives of parliamentary groups.

Second chance for the Rule of Law

At the same time, a piece of news that came out of the joint press conference given yesterday by the prime minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis with the president of the European Parliament, Roberta Metsola, at the Maximos Palace, it has to do with the re-evaluation of Greece in matters related to the Rule of Law.

As Ms. Metsola said it European Parliament it will take a global overview of the state of the Rule of Law in EU Member States to identify weaknesses on a country-by-country basis, without politicizing the findings. What does this mean; How the president of the European Parliament gives Greece a second chance to correct pathologies and bad texts and above all a second chance to entertain the negative impressions caused by the European Parliament’s conclusion.

However, as long as the eavesdropping case is “dragging” in the prosecutor’s offices and the protagonists of the scandal will remain immune. The Prime Minister, however, stated that “the rule of law is stronger than ever” with Mrs. Metsola acknowledging that important steps were taken in Greece for transparency and equality

The meal at the Byzantine Museum and the Turkish invasion

It was a table with Greek delicacies (mousaka, etc.), which was offered to the Byzantine Museum by the Member of Parliament of Serres and responsible for the European and international relations of the ND Tasos Hatzivasiliou to the President of the Parliament Roberta Metsolas. Two things dominated the discussion. The upcoming European elections and how they will be strengthened in order to prevent abstention and the 50 years that close this year since the barbaric Turkish invasion of Cyprus. Roberta does not stop talking about the invasion wherever she goes, asking for the implementation of the UN resolutions for Cyprus.

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