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Public sector union ADEDY on 24h strike, May 21; Public Transport

Greece’s public sector union ADEDY has called for a 24-hour strike to tak eplace tomorrow, Tuesday, May 21, 2024. In its call to the strike, ADEDY demands, among others, a horizontal increase of employees’ salaries by 10%, collective labor agreements, abolition of the salary freeze and of the 2% unemployment …

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MP for a day: 300 lawmakers sworn in on Sunday, Parliament to be dissolved on Monday

MP for one day: 300 deputies elected to Parliament in the May 21 general elections were sworn in on Sunday, in the presence of President of the Hellenic Republic Katerina Sakellaropoulou. Their term will be extremely short, however, as the present Parliament will be dissolved by presidential decree on Monday, …

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Greece Elections, May 21: EXIT POLLS

Polling centers in Greece closed at 7 p.m. sharp on Sunday, May 21, and the results of Exit Polls conducted in collaboration of six pollsters were released right afterward. EXIT POLLS: ND 36-40% SYR 25-29% PASOK 9.5-12.5% KKE 6-8% Greek Solution 3.5 – 5.5% MeRA25 2.5-4.5% PLEYSH 2.2-4.2% Seat projection …

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Some archaeological sites to close early on Greece’s election day (LIST)

Some archaeological sites, monuments and museums will close early on Sunday, May 21, 2023 due to the general election, Greece’s Culture Ministry announced on Friday. While most sites will operate on elections day according to the summer schedule Athens sites like the Acropolis, the Ancient Agora, the Roman Agora and …

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Greece: 2020 new coronavirus cases, 56 deaths, 617 intubations

Greece’s health authorities announced on Friday evening 2,020 new coronavirus cases and 56 Covid-related deaths in the last 24 hours. The number of intubated Covid-patients stands at 617. Live Briefing At the live briefing on Friday, Professor for Children Epidemiology Vana Papaevangelou said that the epidemiological load slowly decreases but …

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