During her visit to Melbourne, Greek MP of New Democracy Dora Bakoyannis urged Greek-Australians to invest their money in Greece.
Bakoyannis, in an interview she gave with Australia radio channel SBS, underlined that, “Greece is an ideal place for anyone to cash” his money. She added, “2013 was the worst year of the recession but I strongly believe that during 2014, the Greek economy will start to recover.”
She mentioned that the problems and the difficulties Greece is facing are by far the greatest of her time. She continued by saying, “It hurts us to see people losing their jobs but is a necessity.”
In addition, she noted that the majority of the suspensions have affected mostly employees of the private sector, but if Greece wants to see its goals that have been set to be achieved, it is obligatory for public servants to be suspended too.
“It is not easy, but obligatory. I honestly envy the way that the Australian public sector functions,” she added.
Bakoyannis expressed her deep concerns over the rising popularity of Greek neo-Nazi Golden Dawn, and also expressed her admiration over the harmonic multicultural society of Australia.