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Greece’s political leaders debate: the absolute boredom

It was supposed to be a mega political show: the leaders of seven political parties with representatives at the Greek Parliament should stand Question & Answer to journalists from seven television channels. The leaders would have the chance to unfold their positions about crucial issues that trouble the average Greek …

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Greek elections: “Anger” pulls the trigger in the hand of Greek voters

“My anger is stronger than fear Syriza may take the country out from the euro and seize my bank assets,” a friend tells me on Sunday after she cast her vote in favor of the left-wing party. A couple of days ago, Nina, 45, had called me worrying and wondering …

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Greeks send resistance fighter Manolis Glezos, 91, to EP with more than 233K votes

Manolis Glezos, the WWII hero and resistance fighter, the man who took down the Nazi Flag from the Acropolis, is heading to the European Parliament after more than estimated 160,000 SYRIZA voters “crossed” his name on the ballot list. On Tuesday morning and with 31.14% of the ballots counted, Glezos …

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Older Generations Voted for ND, Younger for SYRIZA

reece’s voters demonstrated a “generations’ gap” concerning their voting behaviour. According to the findings of Sunday’s exit polls: Nea Dimocratia received almost double votes by voters older than 55 years old. SYRIZA prevails in age groups 18-54 years old. ND received 20% in 18-34 age group, 24% in 35-54 and …

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German FinMin Threatens Greek Voters 36 Hours Before the Elections

The man has nerve. And urgently needs crash courses in Democracy. German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble intervened in the democratic process of elections and openly threatened Greek voters. In an attempt to influence the free democratic choice, Schaeuble said that “if  Greek voters were to vote for a majority that does not …

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Greek Elections: Dirty Games with Fake Opinion Polls

The election campaign ends today, the political parties are to hold their last meeting, and candidates to appear for the last time in the mass media. The Greek voter is supposed to get a 24-hour break from the bombardment of the ‘promises’ and ‘dilemmas’ (euro or drachma?) in order to contemplate …

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PM Papademos: These Elections Decide About Greece’s Future

Caretaker prime minister of Greece and ex-banker Lucas Papademos made a crucial statement, just a few days before Greeks rush to voting booths. “The elections willl decide on the future of the country,” Papademos told to his government cabinet ministers on Wednesday.   “In a few days we will hand out …

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Oh,Oh,Oh! Greek Elections Under the Influence of Full Moon…

Is this a good or a bad sign? May 2012 Full Moon occurs on May 5th, just one day before Greeks will rush to cast a vote and elect a new government. This full moon occurs at the sign of Scorpio and near Libra. Scorpio has the reputation of some …

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