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8 in 10 Greeks Not Happy With Government; ND Leads SYRIZA by 14%, Poll...

A recent survey carried out by the University of Macedonia on behalf of Skai shows that around eight in 10 Greeks are not satisfied with...

Greek Gov’t Accused of Appointing Its Own as Head of Media Group, Opposition Reacts

Former SYRIZA MP and government-friendly Avgi newspaper chairman Vassilis Moulopoulos has been appointed by the Lambrakis Press Organization (DOL) to solve the financial and...

Former PM Samaras: ‘Greek People Are Paying for Tsipras’ Mistakes’

Greek people are paying for the mistakes and political obsessions of the Alexis Tsipras administration, said former prime minister Antonis Samaras in an interview. The...

Greek House Committee Finds No Criminal Allegations Against Loans Given to Political Parties, Media...

A parliamentary committee decided that there is no evidence of criminal activities regarding loans given by Greek banks to political parties and media organizations...

Greek Opposition Parties Call for Minister’s Resignation Over Corruption Scandal

Greek opposition parties have asked for the resignation of Minister of Administrative Reconstruction Olga Gerovassili for being main shareholder in a company that does...

New Poll Shows Conservative Party 6.3% Ahead of Leftist Ruling Party

New Democracy continues to lead over SYRIZA as a new opinion poll by Kappa Research shows the conservatives ahead by 6.3 percentage points. The poll...

Voutsis: Campaign Policy has Nothing to do With Early Elections

The government and SYRIZA delayed to have direct contact with the people, parliament president and SYRIZA deputy Nikos Voutsis said in an interview with...

ND’s Mitsotakis Says SYRIZA Government Is Two-Faced, Calls FinMin’s Letter to Creditors ‘Contemptible’

The opposition leader, Kyriakos Mitsotakis from the New Democracy (ND) party is accusing the SYRIZA government of being two-faced following a letter sent by...

Majority of Greeks Say EU is ‘Moving in the Wrong Direction,’ Poll Shows

Greeks are conflicted about the benefits of European Union membership and a very substantial majority are unhappy with direction the EU is going, according...

Greek Parliamentary Majority Votes in Favor of Tsipras’ Pension Bonuses, Island VAT Decrease

A parliamentary majority on Thursday voted in favor of the one-off bonuses to low-income pensioners and VAT deductions on Aegean islands, with 196 votes...

SYRIZA Requests Roll Call Vote in Parliament for Tsipras’ Relief Measures

The government has requested a roll call vote in parliament for the two relief measures announced by Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras last Thursday,...

Does the Greek PM Blustering Hint at Snap Elections?

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is acting strangely in the past few weeks. Ever since negotiations for the second review of the bailout program...

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