The government will exhaust its four-year term, PM Tsipras tells Parliament

“The government will exhaust its four-year term,” Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said in Parliament late on Tuesday and urged main opposition New Democracy leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis to forget the possibility of early elections.
Tsipras was speaking at an off-the-agenda debate on justice issues in Parliament.
The prime minister also announced that the parliamentary group of SYRIZA will submit a proposal over the next days for setting up an investigation committee that will look into the loan agreements of banks with parties and media adding that the findings are expected late May.
Tsipras pledged to give an end to the law on ministers’ responsibility with the revision of the constitution. As he said, ministers should be treated like any citizen.
Moreover, he accused New Democracy of trying to give the impression that the government has failed and the economy has collapsed and cited the OECD report which sees the recovery of the Greek economy in the second half of 2016.