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20
May

Greek tax crazy: annual income €4,200, tax €825 !

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A Greek taxpayer almost suffered a heart attack seeing the tax office demanding 825 euro for the annual income of just 4,200 euro.  20.24% tax for income that was tax-free until last year and was supposed to have a tax reduction with the new system? A mistake from the side [...]

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20
May

UPD Damanaki denies she made statements about lowering the minimum wage

Posted by in Politics, Society

UPDATE: According to colleagues, EU Commissioner Maria Damanaki denied having made statements “about the EU Commission considering further lowering the minimum wage in Greece.” Speaking to NewsIt.gr  Damanaki vehemently denied to “have made such statements at least during the last year.” Sources close to Damanaki, told the website they were [...]

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20
May

Skouries: Anti-Gold candidate Michos ousts pro-mining mayor Pachtas

Posted by in Politics, Society

It was a slim but clear win for Yiannis Michos, mayor candidate for Aristotelis municipality and member of Anti-Gold Mining Movement in Chalkidiki. Michos received 8,031 votes and won with 51,79% over pro-mining mayor Christos Pachtas who got 7,374 votes and 46,95%. Ierissos residents celebrate the win of Anti-Gold movement [...]

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20
May

Interior Minister asks investigation about wrong exit polls

Posted by in Politics

It was short after 7 p.m. last Sunday, when the exit polls stunned all Greeks, left-wing SYRIZA included. In Attica region, SYRIZA candidate Rena Dourou was 7 units ahead of acting prefect and PASOK candidate Yiannis Sgouros. And thus although there was no such sign in any public opinion poll [...]

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19
May

Municipality & Regional elections: Latest results in Athens, Attica, Piraeus

Posted by in Politics

With 99,88% to 100% of the polling stations  counted, the results for Athens, Attica, Piraeus and Thessaloniki are the following, according to official results of the Greek Interior Ministry via Singular Issue: Attica Region: counted 6,482 out of 6,490 polling stations Rena Dourou SYRIZA     23,80% Yiannis Sgouros PASOK 22,10% Giorgos [...]

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19
May

Gov’t spokesman: Greek economic recovery can be seen in TV commercials

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I heard this unbelievable argument on Greek success and development this morning. Government spokesman Simos Kedikoglou was talking to Popi Tsapanidou, the presenter of LiveU morning news magazine at private Star TV. Talking about the outcome of the first round of municipality and regional elections and defending the government austerity [...]

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19
May

Voters’ abstention at 40% in Greece’s municipality and regional elections

Posted by in Politics

40 percent of registered voters abstained from the ballot boxes fro the first round of municipality and regional elections.According to data from Greek Interior Ministry: 61.45% of registered voters participated in the regional elections 61.52% of registered voters participated in the municipality elections. The reasons for the relative low participation [...]

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19
May

The winner in Athens and Attica is …Golden Dawn

Posted by in Politics

The winner of Sunday’s municipality and regional elections is … extreme-right Golden Dawn. The party whose members face charges for establishing a criminal gang, doubled its rates from the last parliamentary elections in Athens and Attica region. Ilias Kasidiaris, GD spokesman who is free on bail, a mayor candidate for [...]

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18
May

42% counted: Athens municipality election results vs exit polls

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The ballots counting shows a clear difference from what the exit polls displayed short after 7 p.m. Sunday.  With 42,37% of the polling stations counted (460/1112) Giorgos Kaminis (PASOK) 21.16% Gavriil Sakellaridis (SYRIZA) 19,95% Aris Spiliotopoulos (Nea Dimokratia)17,09% Ilias Kasidiaris (Golden Dawn) 16,14% Nikolaos Sofianos (KKE) 7,32 Nikitas Kaklamanis (Nea [...]

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18
May

Thessaloniki: 98% say NO to water privatization in unoficial rerendum

Posted by in Politics, Society

An unofficial referendum about the water privatization was held in Thessaloniki on Sunday. The ballot boxes were set up outside the polling stations where citizens cast their vote municipality and regional elections. According preliminary counting results, a total of 12,875 citizens cast their vote in the unofficial referendum ballot boxes. [...]

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