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Amnesty International Blasts Greek MPs for Voting Against Discrimination Ban

Amnesty International has condemned the failure of the Greek Parliament to adopt a constitutional amendment prohibiting discrimination on the basis of gender, gender identity...

Greek Parliament Concludes Constitutional Revision with Nine Articles Amended

After a marathon session, the Greek Parliament finally agreed on Monday afternoon on which new Constitutional amendments will be approved by the House. The Parliament...

Will Diaspora Vote Constitutional Amendment Garner Unanimous Parliamentary Support?

The final version of the ruling New Democracy's (ND) proposed constitutional amendment concerning the voting rights of Greeks abroad was submitted to the Parliament...

Constitutional Amendment for Expat Greek Vote Brought Before Parliament

Greek Interior Minister Takis Theodorikakos presented the final bill concerning the right of Greeks living abroad to vote at the plenary session of Parliament...

Previous SYRIZA Government’s Reforms to Religious Education Ruled Unconstitutional

The Council of State (STE), Greece's highest administrative court, published its ruling on Friday in which it deems the changes to religious education introduced...

Greek Parliament Votes to Amend The Country’s Constitution

The Greek Parliament conducted a series of votes on Thursday for the final decision on which of the forty-three articles of the Constitution that...

Greek Parliament Flags Changes to the Constitution

Greek lawmakers on Thursday backed several amendments to the constitution which may be reviewed during the next parliamentary session. A second and decisive parliamentary...

Opposition Leader Urges Greece to Allow Private Non-Profit Universities

The leader of the main opposition New Democracy (ND) Party called on Tuesday for the Greek parliament to allow private non-profit universities to be...

Greek Parliament To Vote on Constitutional Revisions This Week

Greek M.P.'s will be voting on a series of Constitutional revisions later this week, according to the schedule released by Parliament on Monday. The two-day debate...

Greece Says FYROM Abiding by Prespa Agreement

The Greek government is satisfied with the constitutional amendments passed in FYROM's parliament on Wednesday, according to government sources quoted by the semi-official Athens-Macedonian News Agency...

Time Bombs in FYROM Constitution Alarm Greece

The debate about the future name of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) and its political implications has left the even-more-critical issue of...

Judges Union Slams Government Attacks Against CoS Ruling on TV Licenses

Greece's Union of Judges and Prosecutors were angered by Government Spokeswoman Olga Gerovasili following the ruling by the Council of State (CoS) judges that...

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