Greece’s Public Debt on the Rise

Greece’s public debt reached €334.988 billion in the third quarter of 2018, an increase of €21.493 billion over that of the same quarter in...

”Organized Plan To Invade Parliament” Averted

The Speaker of the Greek Parliament, Nikolaos Voutsis, declared on Monday that extremists had hatched an organized plan to invade the Greek Parliament during...

Seven People Charged in Sunday’s Riots in Athens

Six men and a woman who were arrested on Sunday’s clashes at Syntagma Square  were charged with two criminal offenses and six misdemeanors by the Athens...

Parliamentary Debate on Prespa Agreement To Last for Four Days

The council of the Greek parliament’s president decided on Monday that debate on the  Prespa Agreement will last for four days, beginning on Monday. The decision...

Centrist To Potami Party Implodes in Greek Parliament

Greek Centrist party To Potami was left with no parliamentary caucus on Monday, when two of its deputies resigned over the party's stance in...

Greek Opposition Blasts Police, Ministers Over Teargas Use

The Greek opposition demanded the resignation of ministers after dozens of people were injured during clashes between police and demonstrators at the Athens rally...
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Video: Clashes Erupt After Macedonia Rally in Athens

Protesters clashed with riot police outside Greece's Parliament on Sunday afternoon, following a rally in Syntagma Square against the Prespa Agreement. Witnesses who uploaded videos and...

Greek Composer Mikis Theodorakis Calls on MPs to Vote Against Prespa Agreement

Greek composer Mikis Theodorakis in an open letter published by the Greek daily Ta Nea on Saturday calls on Greek Parliamentarians to vote against...

Prespa Agreement Brought to the Greek Parliament

The draft bill of the Prespa agreement was brought to the Greek Parliament on Saturday morning. The bill, which will be discussed in the Greek Parliament...

Greek Parliament Will Vote on Prespa by End of Next Week

Parliamentary speaker Nikos Voutsis announced on Friday that Greek lawmakers will be voting on ratifying the name deal with the Former Yugoslav Republic of...

Potami MP’s Might Deviate From Party Line on Prespa

The Political Council of the opposition centrist Potami party reaffirmed on Thursday that its parliamentary deputies will vote according to their consciences when the...

Tsipras Survives Confidence Vote

Greek lawmakers gave the thumbs-up to Alexis Taipras and his government on Wednesday night -- but only just. The Prime Minster survived the late-night confidence...

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