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Technocrats’ Government or Fresh Elections? Live Blogging from Athens

Another “historical” day broke up in Greece, another “crucial crossroad”, another “last” attempt to form a government, nine days after the May-6 elections. Karolos Papoulias will meet political leaders at the presidential mansion at 2 pm. During talks on Monday, Papoulias sent Samaras (ND), Venizelos (PASOK) and Kouvelis (Democratic Left) home with …

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Greece: Thrilling Gov’ Talks – Live Blogging from Athens

Wednesday afternoon finds Greek politicians at the pick of exploratory talks to form a government after public vote on May 6th failed to elect a clear winner with absolute or even relevant majority.  On Tuesday, leader of second party, left wing  Radical Left Coalition (SYRIZA), Alexis Tsipras received the mandate …

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Greece: At the next tone, the Prime Minister will be…

10:35 pm Nothing new. Live blogging is over… unless there would be some breakingthrough, of course.   07:45 pm Nothing new comes out – KTG is taking a shot/medium’long break, unless extraordinary developments happen….   07:15 pm Nothing new from the Greek front -[ Why do I have the feeling Samaras …

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UPD: Papandreou-Samaras Agreed on Unity Government!

Scroll Down for the Latest Updates -Original Title of the post ” Greece’s new government – They play with our nerves “… But in fact Greek politicians play with their own nerves, the nerves of the media and the nerves of the Europeans. The nerves of the market investors, share holders and hedge …

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Athens Protests & Tear Gas- Live Blogging in EN – Oct 19, 2011

Unprecedented! It must be the biggest protest since 1974. Already more than 80,000 protests ( some sources speak of 100,000)  have gathered in front of the Parliament at Syntagma square, just 1,5 hour after the beginning of today’s demonstration. Members of the public and private sector unions and political parties, students …

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