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Sexism in Parliament: MP “sniffs” the coat of a female colleague

Tough guys in the Greek Parliament. Machos with a fetish of a special kind: a woman’s coat. One of the real manly lawmakers has stuck his ugly nose in the coat of MP Rachel Makri.  Independent MP Grigoris Psarianos  “sniffs” the coat and gets probably high as his equally sexism-ridden …

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Some start to digest the idea of snap polls and SYRIZA to form a government

Slowly but gradually it looks as if some try to digest the idea of left-wing SYRIZA winning the next elections in Greece and forming the government. European Commision Vice President Jyrki Katainen, for example, said that the EU executive “will respect democracy and is ready to cooperate with any government …

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Presidency voting – The Day After: scenarios & political initiatives

The first round of political dispute in the Greek Parliament ended with a result below the government expectations. The first round of voting for Greece’s next President granted Samaras’ coalition government with thin 160 votes. 127 lawmakers from Nea Dimokratia, 28 from PASOK and just 5 out of 24 independent …

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