This is Evripidis Stylianidis, and he seems to have his own personal revolving door in Greek politics.
He's been minister of a lot things — interior, transportation and communication, education and religious affairs, and a deputy minister of foreign affairs — and he's been in and out of the Greek parliament since 2009.
Also, the 49-year-old wants you to know that he was, basically, class president back in 1984, according to his personal website.
And he has a pretty smarmy thing to say about the anti-austerity party in Greece.
His Tweet is about the Syriza party of the Greek prime minister, a leader in the crusade against European Union austerity measures that were defeated in a referendum vote on Sunday — making them something like national heroes and international pariahs, all at the same time.
Stylianidis, who is a member of the conservative New Democracy party and wanted a "yes" vote in the referendum, tweeted about the leftist Syriza party:
"Syriza is like a woman. When she says no, she means maybe. When she says maybe, she means yes, and when she says yes, she's not a woman."
You could definitely say that the tweet has attracted backlash.
Most of us don't speak much Greek, but this is basically the idea:
This reply seems sassier:
Like, more along the lines of:
And this one:
It is straight up:
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