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Archive - Oct 2012

Tension and discord in the ruling coalition

31 October 2012 / 23:10:24  
The upper echelons of PASOK and Democratic Left refused to support the legalization of reforms as well. The leaders of two of the three parties in the government, Evangelos Venizelos and Fotis Kouvelis were absent from the vote on the package of changes, which political analysts interpret as a stab in the back for Prime Minister Antonis Samaras from New Democracy.

Sacred dispute about Golden Dawn

31 October 2012 / 22:10:28  
The Archbishop of the Greek Church has stated that it does not need bodyguards while Bishop Amvrosios has determined xenophobia as a "sweet hope" for Greece.

October 31st

Victory of the guild of journalists

31 October 2012 / 18:10:30  
Journalists announced a 24-hour strike against the merger of their health insurance fund with the National Organization for Health Care Provision. The Parliament has rejected the amendment in the law, and at least for now, media representatives will continue to have better health care than other Greeks do.

live The Greek economy has lost 18.7% in three years

31 October 2012 / 16:10:09  
The final version of the fiscal adjustment the country should apply next year under the Memorandum of financial support reaches a total of 10.9 billion euro.

SYRIZA submitted a parliamentary question for the publication of the "Lagarde list" by Kostas Vaxevanis

30 October 2012 / 22:10:21  
The journalist stated that the political system has started the persecution against him. At the same time, it has become clear that within two years, his production company has earned more than 2 million euro from the public television channel for his TV show.

October 30th

The Prime Minister announced the completion of talks with lenders

30 October 2012 / 20:10:39  
The inspection of the state of the Greek economy, which began on 9 September this year, was initially expected to last no more than 10 days. The severity of the fiscal measures the government had to coordinate and the internal political bickering in the government of the country turned the talks with lenders into a media drama.

Greeks are the most aggressive drivers in Europe

30 October 2012 / 20:10:05  
Traffic police report a decrease in crashes in Greece. Experts say it is likely to achieve the goal of reducing the number of deaths to not more than 1,000 in 2012. They, however, warn that when the economic situation improves this drop will disappear.