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Unionists Claim Property Levy 5 Months Later….

Unionists of Electricity company (DEH) are considering serious ways to block the Property levy, imposed for 2011 and 2012, and present a ticking bombshell to Finance Ministry €2-billion revenues plans. According to the latest information, GENOP-DEH union claims that they will need more than 5 months to send the electricity bills including …

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Shocking Austerity Measures Under Troika Pressure?

Greece’s lenders, the so-called Troika allegedly demands from Athens to stop paying public sector pensions to those who haven’t concluded the 55th year of age yet. This claim is being published by TO VIMA newspaper online edition on Monday, hours before the crucial conference call  between Venizelos and the Troika targeting the additional …

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Troika’s Reforms that Deform the Greek Society

“I am really scr**ed” says Maria. “I have to pay € 2,000 property levy for my home and a similar amount for my holiday home. If you add the income tax, the extra contributions for trade and solidarity, you can imagine how screwed I am ” she says and her voice sounds more and more …

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Upd:Greek FinMin: Extra Levy on Properties as Taxpayers Bleed

The bleeding of Greek taxpayers continue without a pause as the new strategy of the government is: at least one extra levy every month! I think, this Government has also misunderstood the simple arithmetic and ways to get rid of negative numbers.And it imposed new taxes as a mean to combat the recession! Greece …

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Dramatic Young Dolphin Rescue By Greek Volunteers (picts, video)

Swimmers at a Gytheion beach were more than alarmed to see a dolphin swimming in the area, living behind a trace of blood. Men, women and even chilrden rushed to capture the small dolhin and bring it to rescue. A wonderful and touching story showing also that there is indeed …

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When Stones Melt, Athens Strays Need Desperately Water!

I was swimming at Kavouri on Saturday afternoon when I was a big,  short haired, stray black dog nearing the beach. He stood for a minute, sniffed around and walked carefully in the shallow waters. He did a few careful steps on the sliding stones under the water. When he found a place …

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Greece Asks Pensioners …Back to Work

The best medicine against economic depression seems to be the never ending … Greek bureaucracy. Then it can cause a crisis relieving laughter. A woman pensioner has been  asked to return to work as the public administration found out she was not eligible for early retirement. Greek daily TA NEA reveals …

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Mid-Term Package – Voting Schedule

Prime Minister George Papandreou is adamant on passing the Mid-Term Austerity Package through the Greek Parliament. According to latest information, the Package will be submitted to the Economics Commission of Parliament on June 15 for a so-called ‘fist reading’. Most probably the commission will conclude its works on June 17, unless …

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