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Jan

Greek Parliament demands back MPs’ January salaries paid in advance

Posted by in Politics

Do you remember KTG’s blogpost, that 300 MPs received in advance their January salary although the Parliament was closed on December 31st due to the elections on January 25th? Well… after the move was described by several media as “provocations in times of economic crisis” now the Parliament decided to […]

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20
Jan

ND-candidate: Banks seize homes in order to give mortgages

Posted by in Society

These days I try to avoid watching on television candidates from political parties praising their program and their positions. It mostly makes me sad to see either new and totally unknown faces or veterans MPs of all colors and ideological directions insisting that they know how to economically save me;  […]

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20
Jan

Daily TA NEA: traces of mobile phones wiretapping near ND and SYRIZA headquarters

Posted by in Politics

Suspicious activities, traces of wiretapping and eavesdropping have been located in the area where the headquarters of Nea Dimokratia and SYRIZA are located. According to daily TA NEA, mobile phones are been under surveillance with fake base stations, an incident similar to a case revealed last month by Norwegian daily […]

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19
Jan

Greeks held silent protest with candles to demand “Return of the Parthenon Marbles”

Posted by in Very Mix

This is not a snapshot from Epitaphios Vespers on Great Friday held in January. Neither is it a service held for the dead in the middle of the night. It is a snapshot from a protest gathering outside the Acropolis Museum on Sunday. Former TV-persona and now Marathonas mayor Ilias […]

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19
Jan

HealthMin Voridis: “ND will do whatever it takes to prevent SYRIZA win”; propaganda with Junta-slogans

Posted by in Politics, Uncategorized

Just a few days left before the elections on Sunday and the masks are falling. Slogans from the junta are been conscripted, civil-war ideology is being propagated  and elections campaigns turn really dangerous just for the sake of votes. The votes of the far-right. Nea Dimokratia candidate and outgoing Health […]

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18
Jan

One week before Greek elections: SYRIZA leads in latest polls

Posted by in Politics

One week before the parliamentary elections and left-wing SYRIZA leads in all polls published on Sunday newspapers with difference rate to Nea Dimokratia being 3.1% – 5%. To Potami seems to secure the third position, while Golden Dawn seems to move downwards.  To Kinima, the party of former prime minister […]

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17
Jan

UPD: Belgium seeks extradition of Algerian man arrested in Greece

Posted by in Very Mix

UPDATE: Belgian authorities requested the extradition of a Algerian man who was among the detainees, Greek media reported Sunday evening. According to Euronews, Belgian authorities had said that there was no connection between the man and the mastermind of the foiled terror plot in Vervries, they later asked the Greeks […]

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17
Jan

Greek media: All four Greek systemic banks ask for ELA funding

Posted by in Economy

A third bank, Piraeus Bank, requested for Emergency Liquidity Assistance (ELA) on Friday, after the Eurobank and Alpha bank, Greek media report on Saturday. Citing sources from the banking sector, Greek media report that all four systemic Greek banks have submitted requests for ELA funding from the Europeran Central Bank, […]

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17
Jan

Fitch revised Greece’s outlook to negative, due to Syriza?

Posted by in Economy

Huh? I was told that Greece’s economy was recovering. Everybody has been saying that: the Greek coalition government, our Troika lenders, our EU partners, even our German ones. Apparently Greece’s recovery has been very fragile, a “giant” on shaking feet, a card-house built on sand that would be a risk […]

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16
Jan

PM Samaras to pass bill for mortgages in Swiss Franc, … after the elections

Posted by in Economy

“One of the first laws to be tabled in Parliament, immediately after the election, will be one that regulates the issue raised by the developments in the Swiss Franc and the 70,000 Greek mortgage borrowers,” the press office of Prime Minister Antonis Samaras said in a statement. The statement added […]

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