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The Economist: Samaras Government, Papademos Deputy PM

The official date for the early parliamentary elections has not be set yet, however the scenarios about the day after start to make the rounds. The magazine The Economist forecastsa win for conservative Nea Dimokratia but not enough majority that would allow it to form one-party government. The Economist predicts that the …

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Greek Poll: 70% Reject Drachma, 79% Reject Loan Agrement

 70% of the Greeks consider that things will get worst if the country abandons the euro and returns to Drachma. Only 15% believe things will be better. In a poll conducted by the Public Issue for  private broadcaster Skai and published on Feb 7/2012, 79% of the asked reject the …

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Athens:Far-rights attack migrant street vendors before the Parade (video)

It was shortly before 11 o’ clock, just minutes before the beginning of the military parade, when members of far-right group Chrysi Avgi (Golden Dawn) chanting racist slogans attacked according to one source street vendors selling Greek flags, according to another source immigrants who were passing by. A third source seems to …

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Tragedy in Loutraki: Four men found dead in old German bunker

Tragedy in Loutraki: The bodies of four men were found in a cave ravine in the area of ​​Ano Karbounarι at Saturday dawn. According to preliminary information, the men aged 35 to 70 were searching for a treasure and had a generator with them. Their bodies were found in a …

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Abstention record in repeated elections in Exarchia: 93% stayed away

Voters in Exarchia turned their back to the ballot box on Sunday where repeated elections took place after the ballot box was stolen and set on fire short before the polling centers closed on July 7. Just 39 out of 540 registered voters at the polling center in Koletis street …

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Greek elections: “Anger” pulls the trigger in the hand of Greek voters

“My anger is stronger than fear Syriza may take the country out from the euro and seize my bank assets,” a friend tells me on Sunday after she cast her vote in favor of the left-wing party. A couple of days ago, Nina, 45, had called me worrying and wondering …

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Athens Stock Exchange in free fall after PM’s fearmongering speech

I suppose Prime Minister Antonis Samaras had a noble cause when he arranged that his speech to the parliamentary group of Nea Dimokratia should be live on television. The plan backfired. The PM mainly and fiercely attacked left-wing SYRIZA “for bringing back Grexit fears”and had stock marketers sell off even …

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