And more MPs threaten to resign, while some of them intend to ask Papandreou to boldly declare if he supports the decisions by Papademos’ government and to what extent, due to the impression created by the resignations of executives from his own environment, which, however, says that Papandreou will express his support for the government and urge all MPs to do the same.
Several MPs are not going to put their resignation at the disposal of the parliament, although they are determined to vote against the new measures. In this case no one knows if a question of party discipline will arise and bring the corresponding deletions.
But the intentions of top members are still unclear too. Yesterday's meeting with Venizelos was interpreted by many as a preparation of a "mutiny" against Papandreou, however, it became known that they, at least, will not challenge his position.
Some of them note that the lack of leadership in PASOK is the cause of the major problems of the government…