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More than One Hundred Arrested for Violating Coronavirus-Related Emergency Laws

The Greek Police announced on Monday that there had been a total of 127 arrests for violations of measures meant to prevent and contain...

Thessaloniki is Greek City Most Compliant with Smoking Ban

Greece's second-largest city of Thessaloniki, well-known for its nightlife, has surprisingly proven to be one of the most obedient places in the country when...

Data Shows Use of Mobile Phones Ten Times Higher After EU Ban on Roaming...

The European Commission published some interesting data on Friday showing an unprecedented surge in the use of mobile phones across the EU after 2017's...

Greek Parliament to Adopt European Data Protection Law to Avoid EU Penalties

A plenary debate on proposed legislation regarding data privacy, which incorporates EU directives into Greek national law, opened in the Greek parliament on Monday,...

EU Refers Greece and Spain to Court for Failure to Enact Data Protection Laws

The European Commission decided on Thursday to refer Greece and Spain to the European Court of Justice, since the two countries have so...

Obstructing Public Transportation Routes Could Land You Behind Bars

  The Greek Government decided to tighten the legislation regarding the obstruction of public transport. In particular the Greek Government with an amendment that was...

Greek Student Named Best Oralist at International Law Competition

A Greek law student has been named the world's best oralist. Athanasios Plexidas, a law student at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, was...

Large Increase in Greek Court Cases

The President of the Greek Union of Judges and Prosecutors, Vassiliki Thanou announced that during the next judicial year, the 18-month custody will probably...

New Divorce Rule in Greece

Greece is the 16th EU member state to adopt a rule which allows couples of different nationality who wish to separate, the opportunity to...

Greek Ship-owner Matantos Released on Bail

  A new piece of the puzzle in the case of the German submarines armament programs regarding the distribution of briberies was added today. Michael...

Cuts to Armed Forces Wages ruled Unconstitutional

  The Greek Council of State has ruled that the cuts made to the wages of members of the armed forces, police, coast guard and firemen...

Former Greek Football Star in Custody

Former Greek AEK Athens’s player who was also briefly chairman, Thomas Mavros is in custody due to the debts of the football club. Mavros is regarded...

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