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Greek Parliament Votes on Cancellation of Pension Cuts

The Greek Parliament will vote on Tuesday to decide the issue of the pension cuts which were scheduled to come into force on January 1,...

Greece Sets Terms for Casino Licensing

The terms and conditions for the operation of casinos in Greece are included in an amendment being brought up on for discussion in the...

New Poll has New Democracy Party 16.5% Ahead of Ruling SYRIZA

According to a new poll conducted by the Public Issue polling company and published on Thursday, the center-right New Democracy party leads the governing SYRIZA party by a margin...

Just One of Greece’s 300 Lawmakers Donates Blood to Blaze Victims

Social media users in Greece responded with anger to the news that only one member of parliament volunteered on Tuesday to donate blood for...

Greek Parliament Drops Novartis Probe Against Prominent Politicians

Greece's parliament decided it was not competent to probe the allegations against 10 prominent politicians, including two former prime ministers, over the alleged scandal...

Controversial Foster-Care Bill Clears Greek Parliament

A bill that would allow couples who have signed a cohabitation agreement -- including same-sex couples -- to become foster parents has been approved...

Greek Parliament Gets a Makeover (video)

The courtyard of the Greek Parliament at Athens’ Syntagma Square has been turned into a construction site as work has begun to repair the...

Controversial Bill on Higher Education Clears Greek Parliament

One member of Greece’s parliamentary majority voted against the controversial bill on Higher Education that was approved in the House on Wednesday. Dimitris Kammenos, MP...

After Years of Waiting, Greek Government Going Forward with Final Draft Law for Seaplane...

Greek government sources have said that after waiting over four years since passing a law regarding strategic and private investments in order to get...

Tsipras, Mitsotakis Clash in Parliament Over the Economy

Greek PM Alexis Tsipras defended the recent Eurogroup agreement and expressed optimism on the prospects for the economy during his speech at the Greek...

Omnibus Bill Tabled in Greece’s Parliament Late Saturday

The omnibus bill on the changes in pensions, measures for the fiscal target and reforms along with measures for the social support and labour...

Tsipras Highlights Issues of Corruption in Greece to Parliament

Corruption in Greece is not an occasional phenomenon and is related to development conditions of capitalism in the country, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on...

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