Wednesday , December 13 2017
Home / 2012 / November / 26

Daily Archives: November 26, 2012

Greece denies Samaras said coalition could fall without aid tranche decision

Greece’s government spokesman Simos Kedikoglou dismissed rumors published by international media on Monday afternoon, that Prime Minister Antonis Samaras made a dramatic appeal to Eurogroup chief Jean-Claude Juncker that the coalition government could collapse without a decision on the bailout tranche today. The appeal was allegedly done during a telephone conversation between …

Read More »

Van Rompuy: Inspired by the Greek debt to an autumnal Haiku?

 I’ve always told you that the President of European Council is an inspiring and inspired man. Monday’s struggle of EU and IMF to seek a solution Greek debt apparently deeply touched a sensitive cord of Rompouy’s soul, gave wings to his fantasy and urged him to do something creative: put down some words, full …

Read More »

Greek Police Sends Footage to Prosecutor as Golden Dawn MP Threatens Police Officers

Greek police submitted audiovisual material to the attorney of Iraklio, Crete, featuring the unprescedent insults and theats by an MP of extreme-right Golden Dawn (Chrysi Avgi) towards police officers. The footage of cretalive.gr was broadcast by several media. The incident occurred on Sunday in Hersonissos area of the island of Crete, where leftists had …

Read More »

Public Opinion Survey: Syriza 23.5%, ND 19%, Golden Dawn 12%…

Main opposition party, left-wing SYRIZA leads in the latest public opinion survey, conducted by Puls for newspaper “6 Meres” (6 Days). Samaras party Nea Dimocratia, and his coalition partners PASOK and Democratic Left are on a falling trend, with SYRIZA and Chrysi Avgi (Golden Dawn) to profit from these loses. …

Read More »

Eurogroup Meeting on Greece: The Fat Ladies Need to Sing

Eurozone finance ministers and the International Monetary Fund will meet today, Monday to seek a solution to Greek bailout tranche of at least 31.5 billion euro. However substantial disagreement between IMF and Berlin has hindered so far the disbursement of the tranche. German Chancellor Angela Merkel and IMF-Head Christine Lagarde …

Read More »