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Archive - Jun 20, 2012

Georgia and Antonis Samaras - love in blue

20 June 2012 / 22:06:46  
Antonis Samaras met Georgia for the first time during a meeting of New Democracy in the region of Nea Erihtrea - a wealthy suburb of Athens on the northern outskirts of the capital. The year was 1989. He was 34 years old - a promising young politician with ambitions. She was 24 years old, a student in engineering and the daughter of the famous industrialist at that time Akis Kritikos.

Antonis Samaras sworn in

20 June 2012 / 21:06:54  
He is the 13th Prime Minister of Greece since the restoration of democratic order after the fall of the junta in 1974. Reshuffles in the list of future ministers continue.

Tourism vs GREXIT

20 June 2012 / 19:06:29  
Reports of permanent unrest, clashes between discontented citizens and police, burned banks and closed companies are leaving a bitter taste in outside observers. Here is how Nicholas Kelaiditis from the Hellenic Association of Travel and Tourist Agencies commented on the developments exclusively for GRReporter.

live Greece will have a prime minister by the end of the day

20 June 2012 / 14:06:11  
Antonis Samaras will take oath today and the ministers - tomorrow.

Antonis Samaras will be the new Greek prime minister

20 June 2012 / 12:06:15  
Technocrats and people with broad public support will be involved in the government of consensus.

Alpha Bank will not buy Emporiki Bank

20 June 2012 / 11:06:38  
Rumours have been circulating for several days now and a statement by Alpha Bank is expected today, which is required to comment on them as it is listed on the Athens Stock Exchange.