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Greece to abolish Passenger Location Form (PLF) by mid-March

The condition to complete the Passenger Location Form (PLF) by those visiting Greece will be abolished by mid-March, Tourism Minister Vassilis Kikilias announced on Thursday.The country also increase capacity for touristic buses and implements new health protocols for touristic accommodation. “Following the recommendation by the Experts’ Committee of the Health …

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New Democracy, SYRIZA confrontation over University asylum, Bill passed

Τhe debate on the bill about the abolition of the university asylum and changes in the regional administration continues ended in a sharp confrontation not only between the Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis and main opposition leader Alexis Tsipras but also with the rest of opposition parties. And at the end …

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“Full prepayment of business tax should be abolished,” says Varoufakis

“Unless the full prepayment of business tax is abolished, the recession, the migration of people and businesses will not stop and real investments will not arrive,” former finance minister and leader of MeRA25, MP Yanis Varoufakis has said. H epointed out that “New Democracy and SYRIZA are tied up to …

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Education Minister on abolition of University Asylum: “With a phone call by a citizen police…”

“With a single phone call by a citizen or a student, police can enter universities and uni campus,” Education Minister Niki Kerameos said on Tuesday about the hot potato of the so-called  “university asylum” the new conservative government wants to abolish. Speaking to private ANT1 TV on Tuesday morning, Kerameos …

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Energy Ministry to abolish two fees on electricity production

Energy producers and suppliers will benefit from the abolition of two fees imposed on electricity, Environment and Energy Minister Giorgos Stathakis told the Athens-Macedonian News Agency on Monday. Stathakis said that the move will also benefit consumers and the Public Power Corporation (PPC). PPC stands to gain at least 200-250 …

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Council of State cancels Special Consumption Tax on Wine

The Council of State has ruled in favor of the cancellation of Special Consumption Tax on wine. The ruling of Greece’s highest court No. 1793/3-9-2018 was published by the Greek Wine Association on Tuesday. The judicial ruling comes as the government has repeatedly said since summer 2017 to abolish this …

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Greece to abolish laws criminalizing road toll dodgers

The government intends to abolish the laws that made non-payment of road tolls a criminal offence and led many people to court, Infrastructure and Transport Minister Christos Spirtzis said on Sunday, speaking at an event in Oropos. He also promised to arrive at an agreement with the Nea Odos concessionaires …

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Govt’ abolishes rent subsidy for cabinet members without seat in Parliament

The Greek government has submitted an amendment that abolishes rent subsidies to ministers and deputy ministers that do not have seats in the Parliament. The amendment has been submitted on Wednesday evening and will be voted later on Thursday. The abolishing of the rent subsidies will go into effect retrospective …

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UPD Juncker, Moscovici, Berlin signal to scrap the Troika

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and EU Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs Pierre Moscovici signaled that they want to scrap the Troika, the representatives of International Monetary Fund, The European Union and the European Central Bank, dealing with the Greek bailout programs, the austerity time table and the so-called …

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EU commissioner calls for the Troika to be abolished

Justice Commissioner Viviane Reding called on Tuesday for the “troika” of the European Commission, the European Central Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to be dissolved, Reuters reported. “The time of the troika is over,” Reding said in a text of the main messages she gave at a citizens΄ …

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