Voters in Greece need to have all the facts when they step into the polling station of their constituency on January 25 and prepare to cast their ballots.
They need to know in sufficient detail not just what policies the party they choose to vote for will be adopting the day after the polls, but also how our European partners will react if certain decisions that have been pledged in the pre-election period are not implemented after all.
It would be unfair and a grave mistake if the intentions of our international partners are not made crystal-clear.
It goes without saying that this needs to be done with respect to the will of the Greek people, especially given the trials and tribulations they have been through over the past five years.
But Greek voters want to know and moreover need to know before they make their final decision what dangers lurk if threats of a unilateral debt repayment freeze are carried out.