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Nov

Under Troika pressure, gov’t excludes property and income tax from 100-installment settlement

Posted by in Economy, Society

Amid strong reactions even from its own deputies, Greek government tabled a regulation amending the amendments the same government had …amended a couple of days ago.  According to the latest amendment, the unified property tax (ENFIA) and the income tax were excluded from the up to 100-installment settlement for debtors [...]

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13
Nov

Athens: Two injured as riot police locks out university students (picts, video)

Posted by in Society

Two students were injured Thursday morning when riot police forces moved to hinder protesting students from entering the Law University in downtown Athens. According to media and websites, police used teargas and violence. One student was injured in the head, the other has injuries in the head, the face and [...]

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12
Nov

Amphipolis: archaeologists discover skeleton and nails from wooden coffin

Posted by in Very Mix

The tomb of Amphipolis rewards excavators! According to a press release issued by the Greek Ministry of Culture on Wednesday, archaeologists discovered a human skeleton and several nails apparently from a wooden coffin. The findings have been discovered under the floor of the third chamber of the tomb, in a [...]

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12
Nov

200 employees at Samaras’ ND party unpaid for 3.5 months

Posted by in Politics

200 employees at PM Samaras’ party Nea Dimokatia staged a warning protest and symbolically “occupied” the entrance of ND headquarters in Athens demanding to receive their wages. The ND staff has not been paid for 3.5 months. On Tuesday, the general manager of ND promised that part of the outstanding [...]

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12
Nov

Greece leads in neoliberal schemes: Health Care Service according to contributions?

Posted by in Society

It looks like a real revolutionary concept: Health Care should be provided to insured patients according to the contributions they have paid to social insurance funds. The idea was put indirectly on the table by Rovertos Spyropoulos, the general director of IKA, Greece’s biggest state insurance fund for the insured [...]

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11
Nov

Employees at Financial Crimes Units, FinMinistry and Bank of Greece arrested for blackmailing businessman

Posted by in Society

Two Financial Crimes Squad (SDOE) employees, a Finance Ministry employee and an employee in the Bank of Greece were arrested in Athens on Monday over bribery and extortion charges, the Greek police department announced on Tuesday. According to a statement released on Tuesday, the case involved a 68-year-old accountant, her [...]

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11
Nov

Troika vs Greek FinMin: 100 installments for debts to tax office; do the maths…

Posted by in Economy, Society

After a planning that lasted several months,, Greek Finance Ministry set the guidelines for debtors to the the tax and customs offices. “Outstanding debts can be paid back in 72 or 100 installments,” mainstream media herald adding that “this is a big gift by the General Secretary of Revenues” to [...]

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10
Nov

Greece names ex FDP-politician, ex “Dr” Chatzimarkakis “Ambassador at Large”

Posted by in Politics

Last week, Greek Foreign Minister Evangelos Venizelos named new Ambassador – at -Large Giorgos Chatzimarkakis, a former MEP of the German neoloberal Free Democratic Party (FDP). Speaking in a festive ceremony Venizelos praised Chatimarkakis’ qualities saying among others several nice things like: ” Mr. Hatzimarkakis is an extremely experienced and [...]

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10
Nov

Symi-Rhodes boat trip adventure in rough sea (video)

Posted by in Very Mix

A horror boat trip for several dozens passengers crying for help amid rough sea and high waves. Local boat Dodekanisos Express set sail on Saturday morning, November 9th 2014,  for a trip from Panormitis on the island of Symi to Rhodes. Strong south winds had previously prohibited sailing in the [...]

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10
Nov

Turkey openly threatens Greece to stay away from Cyprus waters

Posted by in Turkey-GR

Turkey “fired” an open threat against Greece, with Turkish Naval Forces Commander to announce that the naval forces have received a new set of rules of engagement. During a briefing at the Blue Whale 2014 military exercise, Admiral Bülent Bostanoğlu revealed that “the Turkish navy has been authorized by the [...]

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