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Greek government reshuffle under way…

Greek media report of an imminent government reshuffle expected to take place next on Thursday… or on… Friday or next week… maybe on  Monday… Even though traditionally government reshuffles are not being announced in advance, Prime Minister Antonis Samaras gave a hint in this direction right after the EU elections …

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Greeks survived “political crisis” weekend spitting seeds in watermelon contest

We, the Greeks living in this wonderful, sun-kissed and beauty-blessed country, survived another politically tense weekend.  We survived it without injuries and bruises. We, the simple Greeks: the average jobless, the employee on time-contract, the pensioner. In fact, our only care was whether we can afford to turn on the …

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48h General Strike Despite Greek Gov Reshuffle

Private sector labour union GSEE decided to launch a 48-hours general strike during the days of debating and voting of the Mid-Term Austerity Package at the Parliament. The dates of the strike will be set according to the voting schedule. Also public sector labour union ADEDY is considering a general …

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Greece: Government Reshuffle Postponed

Greece’s government reshuffle will be announced on Friday, June 17 at 9 a.m.  At 1 pm the new ministers will take  their oath. Prime Minister George Papandreou can seek vote of confidence at the Parliament the earliest on Sunday. Unconfirmed information claim the confidence vote to take part on Tuesday, …

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