Since Tuesday, February 12 of 2019, the debate on the Constitutional Revision began, the first phase of which took place in the Parliament by a roll-call vote on Thursday. 32 of the 36 of the government’s suggestions continue to the second voting phase, but the preservation of the government majority is not considered a given […]
Two different perspectives. While in Greece the reactions to the adoption of the Prespa agreement are still intense and have sparked a national divide, EU leaders congratulate A. Tsipra and Z. Zaev characterizing the agreement as a bright example for Europe.
The strict 10-year prison sentence imposed on a cleaner from Volos, which falsified the Primary school certificate in order to be able to work, has been a major concern for public opinion. Once again, questions arise as to whether the judicial system is fair when the cleaner is condemned in this way and other cases […]
The Prime Minister, approaching the end of his four-year term, touched on the issue of resolving State and Church relations on matters concerning the administration of church property. Following the triumphal announcement of the deal, the Archbishop himself degraded the deal to a simple intention to reach an agreement. The issue brings, once again, divided […]
Following the publication of the dialogue between P. Kammenos and N. Kotzia, where the party leader of ANEL accused the latter of mismanaging the secret funds of the Ministry of Foreign Affaire, Mr Kotzias has resigned, at a time when international relations are of prime importance for the country.
The steeper decline of the ASE in the past few years, continues to be a matter of discussion for the second week, raising questions and concerns, especially when this development coincides in such a short time with the successful exit of Greek banks from the stress tests.
In the 83rd TIF, the speeches of both the prime minister and the leader of the main opposition reminded the upcoming elections. K. Mitsotakis, once again pointed out the New Democracy’s disagreement to the Prespes Agreement, having at the same time a more centric and popular speech than usual.
The center of Thessaloniki turned out to look like a bombed landscape, after the episodes that occurred at the rally for Macedonia, during the inauguration of the 83rd TIF and the speech of Prime Minister A. Tsipras.
In the upcoming TIF, which will begin this weekend, the Prime Minister is expected to clarify the framework for the relief and benefits that come as a result of the country’s exit from the memorandum.
Prime Minister A. Tsipras came through with a cabinet reshuffle, putting new faces in the front row, ahead of the elections and the announcing of Greece’s exit from the memorandum.