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Twenty Beauties Pose Outside Greek Parliament & Send Message of Solidarity

Twenty beauties put their hot pants or bikinis on, and moved to the Greek Parliament. Outside. They took a pose and sent their own message of solidarity with Greece. They raised a banner saying “Greek Tourism is not in crisis”.

Πόζαραν με μαγιό μπροστά στη Βουλή - Φωτογραφία

The twenty young women from  Romania, Italy, Serbia, Brazil, China, Bolivia, Ukraine, Peru, Samoa, Canada, Japan, Latvia and Greece are participants in International Beauty Pageant Miss Tourism Planet.

Good promotion for everybody: the beauty models, the Greek Tourism and the Parliament 🙂

Last year, thousands of indignant Greeks were flocking outside the Greek Parliament with angry slogans and banners to protest the austerity measures.

The protests often ended in clouds of tear gas, molotov cocktails, and injuries form police clubs.

Remember?

 

 An International Beauty Pageant which takes place in Athens GREECE, the last 16 years, with the support of the National Greek Tourism takes place in Athens GREECE, the last 16 years, with the support of the National Greek Tourism Organisation

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3 comments

  1. I wish I had girlfriend like them

  2. keeptalkinggreece

    LOL

  3. To me, this rather sends a message of shameless self promotion. That publicity stunt didn’t cost the girls anything, but got them into the papers and improved their chances to win the contest. Hey, if solidarity wouldn’t come with a price, but instead would directly bring positive rewards, it would be much more popular! But the reality is, you can’t feed a single hungry children with such poses. The money spent on bringing the beauties to Syntagma square should have been better donated to an Athens soup kitchen. Now that would have been real solidarity.

    Also, even the advertising side could have been easily improved, at lower costs. Instead of using beauty queens for a photo shooting in front of the rather boring parliament building, the promotion team should have asked good looking, young, real tourists to gather at the most beautiful beachfront in Greece for some pictures. Proposed slogan: “We’re having a great time in Greece! Come join us!!”