An advertisement was issued by Pavlos Chaikalis after the mention of his name by the Prime Minister’s Press Office inviting Mr. Mitsotaki to remember, wondering “if the characterization that would suit your case is that of ‘common slanderer’?”.
Mr. Haikalis’ announcement:
“I was surprised to learn that the Prime Minister, Mr. Kyriakos Mitsotakis, in his political confrontation with Mr. Tsipras, did not hesitate to call me, leaving personal spikes directly for my moral integrity. Because, Mr. Mitsotakis , we are not all the same and, in any case, I unequivocally condemn the terms of the political confrontation between the Government and the Official Opposition, because so far no competent body has informed me of what exactly they accuse me of. from your position, you have a duty to defend the rule of law and not to adopt and reproduce alleged allegations without even knowing the content.I ask you to remember the cheap allusion in my face of a otherwise, I wonder, if the description that suits your case is that of “common defamers”?