Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis on Tuesday confirmed May 21 as the date for the country's parliamentary elections.
After four years at the helm, Mitsotakis said he wanted a clean slate to push through further reforms.
Mitsotakis said; "The country and its citizens need clear horizons the national elections will be held at the end of the four-year term, as I had committed from the start."
Mitsotakis's New Democracy Party has held a comfortable lead over opposition leftist Syriza since it came to power in 2019.
But a February 28 rail disaster that killed 57 people has stirred public anger.
The rail disaster on the Athens-Thessaloniki route sparked protests over safety shortcomings and poorly maintained network.
Mitsotakis said the experience of the rail disaster highlighted deficiencies the state still had.
He added; "Overturning all these is a clear priority for the next day."
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