Former Siemens Manager Confirms Hand Outs to Greece

Former Siemens AG manager Reinhard Siekaczek confirmed in a statement on Tuesday that Siemens had handed out political money in Greece. He testified before...

Papandreou’s Statements Regarding Government Elections

Prime Minister George Papandreou, speaking in an interview broadcast live on state and private TV channels on Monday evening, stressed that: "It's not my...

Turkish PM Erdogan in Athens for Int’l Conference on Climate Change in the Mediterranean

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan arrived in Athens on Thursday evening.  He is due to participate in an international conference on Climate Change in...

Papandreou Claims No New Salary Cuts or Taxes

Prime Minister George Papandreou on Wednesday assured that there will be no further burden placed on salary and pension earners or an increase in tax...

Investigation Committee Referral of 5 Former ND Ministers in Vatopedi Land Scandal

A parliamentary preliminary investigation committee on Friday night recommended the referral of five former New Democracy Ministers to a Special Judicial Council over the...

Bakoyannis will Announce New Political Party November 21st

Independent MP Dora Bakoyannis, a former foreign minister and high-ranking member of the main opposition New Democracy party, is apparently on the verge of...

Opinion poll

An opinion poll, the results of which appeared in an Athens newspaper on Sunday, indicates that 7 in 10 people believe that the Memorandum...

Gov’t determined to combat bureaucracy

Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou on Thursday reiterated his determination to combat bureaucracy, excessive legislation and outdated perceptions that have transformed public services into...

Greeks Furious Over Eurogroup President Comments On Nation’s Corruption

During a recent address in Washington, the spokesman for Eurogroup President and Luxembourg Prime Minister Jean-Claude Juncker on Monday clarified that: "A few years...

Regional Election Diaspora Greek Voters Far from Satisfactory

Only 13% of immigrants and 2.3 % of Diaspora Greeks had the right to vote and registered in the electoral catalogues for the regional...

Ex-Prime Minister Denies Involvevment To Nation’s Corruption

Former Greek Prime Minister Costas Simitis (photo) on Sunday dismissed as "nonsense" suggestions that he had been warned about the country's dire financial troubles...

Papandreou Will Take All & Any Measures to Improve Greece

The alert is not over and the effort for the country's salvation is continuing, stated Prime Minister George Papandreou on Thursday.  He added that:...

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