Everybody’s patience has run out, following voters’ strength which has long reached its limits. MPs know well that PASOK will be destroyed if they go to elections with half-hearted solutions. They want clear solutions and they want them now. Even if the top members choose a mild attitude towards Papandreou, for their own ends, an MP movement will occur in January.
Meanwhile, some members believe the extended time scale is a "trap", and want a national council at the end of the month and a meeting on the timing of elections, as shown by Papandreou at the last meeting in Ippocratous. They believe that PASOK will be locked under the government’s protection, unable to make its own proposal on the way to elections. They warn that "something like that will destroy us".
Dissolution scenarios are rampant once again. Some members should leave PASOK, without necessarily separating themselves from the government coalition. Besides, there are important party members in the periphery of the party, awaiting the decisions of those inside, to see whether they will return, or if they will meet in new circumstances.