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LAOS Chairaman Karatzaferis investigated for €5.5mln in off-shore and possible kickbacks

Founder and president of nationalist Popular Orthodox Rally (LAOS), veteran politician Giorgos Karatzaferis is being investigated for 6 million euros in off-shore accounts and possible kickbacks from military armament programs like the Super Puma helicopters purchased in the year 2000. Katatzaferis could face felony charges for According to Greek media, …

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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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Thoedorakis: The Truth About Greece – Open Letter to International Public Opinion

Finally I got the open letter to International public opinion written by famous music composer, politician and anti-memorandum activist Mikis Theodorakis. This is “the truth about Greece” is the title of the letter, where Theorodakis gives his own explanation about  the dire situation Greece experience nowadays. A current situation with a long past.  One might not agree …

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Racing Against a Greek Default & PIIGS Contagion

Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou left Brussels and returned to Athens for 24 hours to calm down ‘rebelling’ PASOK deputies. No political development is possible before the final decisions on the Greek debt before Wednesday. Within ruling party PASOK voices are loud that the government cannot take such historical decisions …

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Hired per eGovernment, Fired by eMail

Gradually Greece’s current events start running again and become interesting as the politicians returned to Athens bringing an end to summer indolence. In view of the upocoming difficult politically and economically fall – not to mention the ice-cold tax winter – it seems that the landscape-cleansing between ministers and associates have started too, …

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