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“Hydrocarbon research within Turkish continental shelf,” claims Ankara

Ankara claims that the hydrocarbon exploration activities by research vessel Oruc Reis will be “in the maritime area […] located entirely within the Turkish continental shelf.” This is the response of Turkey to a protest demarche submitted late on Tuesday by the Greek Embassy in the Turkish capital. The demarche …

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Fun Side of Greek Opinion Polls: ND 24.5% – SYRIZA 24.5%

THIS we haven’t seen before: a complete tied result between the parties that come first in public opinion polls. According to public opinion poll conducted by Pulse RC for the political weekly TO PONTIKI in the ‘voting intention’ : ND 24.5% – SYRIZA 24.5% – PASOK 13.5% -INDEPENDENT GREEKS 7%, KKE 5% …

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Greek Election: Conservative ND Heads in Four Opinion Polls

Four public opinion polls published in the Sunday press show a slight priority for conservative Nea Dimocratia with the difference to left-wing SYRIZA being between 1.1 and 5.7 percentage points. With the exception of Communist KKE that suffers a decline, the other parties do not change their rankings. The new elections coalition …

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Greek Opinion Polls: ND and SYRIZA Duel for the First Place

With the official elections campaign to have started since yesterday, conservative Nea Dimocratia and left-wing SYRIZA deliver a head-to-head battle to secure the “championship” in the June-17 elections. Even though the parties have not clearly announced their programmes and their campaign currently focuses on populist slogans against each other. At the …

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Greek Elections – Secret Opinion Polls: Anger and Panic

Just one week before the May 6th elections and people seem unstoppably angry about the two big parties (socialist PASOK, conservative Nea Dimokratia). The parties themselves are allegedly in panic, while pollsters are puzzled over the blurre political climate. Sunday newspaper Proto Thema revealed that the rolling public opinion surveys that …

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