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Polls Show Death Knell for PASOK

Little more than four years after winning the Prime Minister's office with 44 percent of the vote, the PASOK Socialists who are partners in...

Political Rivals Condemn Terrorist Threats

Setting aside their political differences, Greece's bitterly-divided parties have condemned what was called a terrorist act, the sending of bullets in the mail to...

SYRIZA Takes Lead Over New Democracy

There's good news and bad news for Greece's major opposition party the Coalition of the Radical Left (SYRIZA.) The bad news was the licking...

Samaras Survives Censure Vote in Greek Parliament

As expected, as the government controls a bare majority of Parliament, Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras' Conservative-led coalition government won't have to face the...

ERT Workers Caught Asleep By Police Raid

The order by Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras, the New Democracy Conservative party leader who convinced his coalition partner, PASOK Socialist chief Evangelos Venizelos...

Greek Parliament Suspends Golden Dawn’s State Funding

The Greek Parliament approved early Wednesday, an amendment that suspends state funding to any party linked with violence. With 235 votes in favor out...

Simitis Backs the Idea of Center-Left Alliance

Former Prime Minister and PASOK leader Costas Simitis gave his backing on Tuesday to an initiative to create a new center-left alliance, as ekathimerini...

New Poll Gives Syriza 1.5 percent Lead

A new poll carried out by Pulse, gave a 1.5 percent lead to SYRIZA against New Democracy as far as voting intention is concerned....

Greek Electricity Co. Readies For Privatization

The restructuring and privatization of Public Power Corporation S.A., the biggest electric power company in Greece which is controlled to an extent by the...

Greece on Tenterhooks

In an extensive article published on June 23, 2013 and entitled Greece on Tenterhooks-The political and social situation is more fragile than bond markets...

Troika Sees Greek Health Care Hole

Envoys from Greece's international lenders discussed with Finance Minister Yannis Stournaras on June 18 what they said were disturbing deficits in the funds of...

Theodorakis to Repousi: Leave If You Don’t Love Greece!

During his interview on the occasion of the centenary of the union of Crete with Greece, Greece's best-known living composer, Mikis Theodorakis, strongly criticized...

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