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Mitsotakis: The Law for Dismissals will be Applied

The political scenery regarding the dismissals in the public sector seems to be a bit messy. The Minister of Administrative Reform Kyriakos Mitsotakis issued...

For Most Greek Women, Sex and Money are Not a Priority

Priorities have changed: Greek women do not care about the money or the sexual performance of their partner, but they are seeking for emotional...

October 28th Military Parade in a “Blurry” Political Landscape

The military parade in Thessaloniki for the celebration of the National "Oxi" Day, the 28th of October, took place in a foggy climate-actual and...

Ecumenical Patriarch’s Visit to Kemal Ataturk’s Home-Museum

Yesterday afternoon, the Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew made a visit to the childhood home-museum of the historical leader of Turkey, Kemal Ataturk, which is located...

Stournaras: 500 million euros Should Come From Social Security Funds

The Greek Finance Minister Yiannis Stournaras opened the discussion for new measures saying that next year the government will seek an additional 500 million...

Hellenic Food Authority Imposes Fines on 21 Food Enterprises

In September, the Hellenic Food Authority (EFET) imposed fines amounting 94,000 euros on 21 food enterprises, found to infringe the applicable legislation. According to the...

Banks Want a Perky Stock Exchange

Intense skepticism prevails in the government’s economic team. The developments in the banking sector are not expected to be favorable and the Finance Ministry...

The Municipal Theater of Piraeus Opens its Gates

Aiming to set out “a completely different and creative course, worthy of all the great European theaters,” as its new artistic director Takis Tzamargias...

New Cuts and No Pension Before 62

The social security issue is once again on the table after the statements of the Finance Minister Yiannis Stouraras, and of the Labor Minister...

Eurostat: Greece has the Highest Debt in the EU

Greece has the highest debt in the Eurozone, with 156% of GDP for 2012, while its deficit was the second highest both in Eurozone...

ODPTE Extends Strike for Another 5 Days

The Federation of Administrative Staff in Higher Education (ODPTE), announced the extension of its strike for the seventh week, until the 25th of October....

ODPTE Files a Complaint Against Greek Ministers

The Federation of Administrative Staff in Higher Education (ODPTE) had filed a complaint against the Minister of Administrative Reform Kyriakos Mitsotakis and Education Konstantinos...

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