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Greek Parliament Mulls Scrapping Proportional Representation

The proposed legislation which changes the electoral laws of Greece was brought before the Parliament on Tuesday morning. The bill will be discussed in a...

Greece Enables Non-EU Entrepreneurs to Come and Do Business in the Country

An amendment facilitating the entrance of foreign, non-EU nationals who are entrepreneurs to Greece was brought before the Greek Parliament on Tuesday. The amendment, which...

Economic Sentiment Index in Greece Reaches Pre-Crisis Levels

The economic sentiment index in Greece rose to 109.5 points in December, from 107 in November, the Greek Foundation for Economic and Industrial Research...

President Pavlopoulos Sends Annual Christmas Message to Diaspora Greeks

Prokopios Pavlopoulos, the President of the Hellenic Republic, recently sent his official Christmas message to all the Greeks around the world who are not currently...

Greek Parliament Approves Diaspora Vote Bill by Overwhelming Majority

The Greek Parliament approved late on Wednesday the bill granting Greeks who live abroad the right to vote in the country's national elections by...

Dr. Costas Vlassis Named New Greek Diaspora Minister

The important post of Deputy Foreign Minister responsible for Worldwide Hellenism and the Greek Diaspora is now held by Arcadia MP Dr. Costas Vlassis....

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...

PASOK Conference Concludes Works; Gennimata Remains President

The two-day works of the conference of the Panhellenic Socialist Movement - PASOK party were concluded on Sunday afternoon in Athens, Greece. The historic center-left...

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...

PM Mitsotakis Declares “Greece is Not an Unfenced Vineyard” for Migrants

Using a folksy Greek phrase, Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis reiterated on Friday that Greece is reaching its limits regarding the refugee and migrant...

OECD Releases Cautiously Positive Report for Greek Economy

The Greek economy is projected to grow by 2.1 percent in 2020 and 2.0 percent in 2021, after experiencing a 1.8 percent growth rate...

EU Commission Set to Approve Greek Budget for 2020

The European Commission announced on Wednesday that it has adopted the fourth report for Greece under the Enhanced Surveillance framework. This gives the green light...

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