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OPINION: Casting a Blank Vote Could Change Face of Democracy

Preamble Following the results of several elections in western democracies, they reveal alarming matters and raise serious questions: (a) if in fact, modern democracy actually...

Cyprus Sets Up 38 Voting Centres Abroad Ahead of Presidential Elections

The start of 2018 marks the opening of the Cyprus presidential race. Cypriot citizens all over the world will be voting for the country's...

New Democracy Won Lion’s Share of Greek Diaspora EP Vote

Greece ’s leftist opposition party might have got biggest domestic share of the vote in the European Parliamentary elections, but Greek citizens resident around the European Union cast a different...

Greek Expats and Foreigners Can’t Vote in Local Elections

A new circular letter issued by the Greek Interior Ministry reminds all voters that expatriates and foreigners legally residing in Greece, as well as...

Only Greek Citizens to Vote or Run in Local Elections

An amendment brought to the Greek parliament that has been added to the justice ministry bill by the interior minister Yiannis Michelakis, is to...

New Greek Government Wins Confidence

Greece's coalition government breezed through a largely symbolic confidence vote late Sunday, winning the tough mandate of tackling a two-year-old crisis and keeping the...

Financial Times: Pre-Election Period Threatens Greece’s Stability

The pre-election period threatens Greece's stability, says an article in Financial Times. Thieves And Traitors  The credibility of Greece’s political class has sunk so low that...

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