The total compensation for Parliament Members, as determined for the year 2013, was released today by the Greek Parliament. It depends on the category in which they belong, which is determined by the region in which they are elected.
According to data posted on the official website of the Parliament, the gross parliamentary allowance for Members is 5,705.60 each per month. For each of the 300 representatives of the nation, 909.31 euros were added to their income for mailing expenses.
Members of the Parliament also receive an allowance for office organization that amounts to 738.88 euros. This of course concerns MPs who belong to category A: State, Athens A and B, Piraeus A and B Deputies. The amount is raised to 935.88 euros for all other members because of increased costs that may be needed for organizing an office in other constituencies.
Reportedly, different amounts of money are provided for travel expenses to Members of Parliament, depending on their constituency and ranging from 291 to 648 euros a month.