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Greek Parliament Approves Joint Development Company for Church Property

An amendment was passed in Parliament on Wednesday establishing the "Company for Developing the Real Estate Assets of the Church SA", which will be...

Lawmakers OK Firing Scheme, Samaras Warns His

The Greek Parliament, as expected, approved an amendment critical to implementing  a so-called mobility scheme in which workers will be transferred or fired, but...

Greek Parliament Ratifies Bill to Establish New Public Broadcaster (NERIT)

Greek parliament ratified on Friday a bill on the establishment of a new public television and radio broadcaster to replace former broadcasting agency ERT. The...

Tsochatzopoulos Fined 613,000 Euros

Former Greek defense minister Akis Tsochatzopoulos, being tried on money-laundering and corruption charges and already given an eight-year sentence for failing to declare his...

Lawmakers Approve New Bill to Spur Investment, Boost Tourism

The Greek parliament approved legislation to boost private investment, a key condition to get the crisis-struck country out of its worst-ever peacetime recession. The new...

Greek Parliament Gives Away Used Goods

The Greek Parliament has approved a project to donate more of its used electronic equipment to schools and charitable organizations around the country that...

Parliament Workers Face Pay, Benefit Cuts

After twice being forced to back down, the administration of Prime Minister Antonis Samaras this week will try again to pass legislation that cuts...

Greek Parliament OK’s 2013 Austerity Budget

By a vote of 167-128, the Greek Parliament shortly after midnight on Nov. 12 easily approved an austerity-packed budget for 2013 that includes big...

Parliament Lifts Golden Dawn MPs Immunity

The Greek parliament has lifted the immunity of three Golden Dawn lawmakers so they can be prosecuted for a number of offences, parliament officials...

Lawmakers End Golden Dawn Member’s Immunity

Greece’s Parliament voted Wednesday to lift the immunity from prosecution of a far-right member, Konstantinos Barbarousis, after accusations that he had taken part in...

Miss International Tourism Contestants: “Greek Tourism is not in Crisis”

A dozen of beautiful women marched outside the Greek Parliament defending our country. The astonishing contestants of the Miss International Tourism beauty contest united having...

Parliament, 1/5 Women for First Time Ever

For the first time in the history of the Greek Parliament, 20% of MPs will be women. On the basis of the June 17 election results, the...

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