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Greek Government Insists State Decides on Clergy Payroll

The Prime Minister's office responded to the decisions of the Church of Greece Holy Synod on Friday stating that only the State can decide...

Church of Greece Holy Synod Decides Priests Should Remain on State Payroll

The Church of Greece Hierarchy on Friday decided to continue dialogue with the State on the proposed changes to the church/state relationship, but it took...

Greek Payroll Falls With 40,000 Retirements

Since the beginning of Greece's economic crisis in 2010, when then-prime minister George Papandreou asked for international bailouts after promising he wouldn't, more than...

Troika Likely to Seek Cyprus Cut in State Payroll

International lenders negotiating a bailout for cash-strapped Cyprus are likely to seek cutbacks in its public payroll and some increases in taxation, the Cypriot...

Troika Warns Greece On Public Payroll And Public Mergers

The exception of tax officers from the new public payroll and the delays in public reforms caused the first warnings by the low-ranking troika...

Greek PM – Archbishop Verbal Deal has Little Substance

The deal reached between Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and Archbishop of Athens and all of Greece Ieronymos on Tuesday has little substance and...

Orthodox Clergy Oppose Agreement Between Church and State

Senior members of the Greek Orthodox Church expressed their opposition to the historic agreement between Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and Archbishop of Athens and All...

Greek Heroes Save Lives for a Few Hundred Euros

Underpaid and overworked, Greece's firefighters, police and ambulance staff have been hailed as heroes following their superhuman efforts on Monday to save lives in...

Greece Sees Huge Rise in Public Sector

The number of public sector agencies in Greece skyrocketed between 2015 and 2017, despite a government commitment to reduce it, a Kathimerini newspaper report...

Varoufakis’ Plan B: Pay Greek Civil Servants With Coupons

The Yanis Varoufakis Plan B for the Greek economy in the event that the country clashed with creditors and went bankrupt was to partially...

How Two Years of Capital Controls Hurt Greek Trade

It was June 27, 2015 when the finance minister at the time, Yanis Varoufakis, and the Greek government decided to impose capital controls in the...

Greek Public Debt Rose to 314.897 Billion Euros in 2016

Greek public debt totaled 314.897 billion euros at the end of 2016, from 311.668 billion a year earlier, Hellenic Statistical Authority said on Monday. The...

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