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Gov't faces second presidential vote as bribe probe halted
With all political parties now actively preparing for the prospect of snap elections, MPs are to vote in the second ballot of a critical three-phase presidential vote at noon on Tuesday with the government hoping for a better result than last time.
» NEWS
Gov´t seeks better result in second presidential vote as bribe claim probe shelved
With all political parties now actively preparing for the prospect of snap elections, MPs are to vote in the second ballot of a cr...
Civil servants to grade evaluation scheme
As of Monday, Greek civil servants are now able to have a say in the public sector evaluation scheme that is currently undergoing ...
» BUSINESS
Investors putting plans on hold
Investors intending to place their money in Greece are waiting for the political uncertainty to clear, according to Deputy Develop...
Alpha Bank Cyprus to absorb local Emporiki
The governing board of Alpha Bank Cyprus agreed on Monday to the acquisition of Emporiki Cyprus, the subsidiary of Greece’s Empori...
» COMMENT
Klaus Regling stresses debt sustainability through commitment to reforms
BRUSSELS – The man who is responsible for the loans to Greece as managing director of the European Stability Mechanism (ESM/EFSF),...
» LIFE
El Greco-inspired, metal sculptures in Russia
SAINT PETERSBURG – Standing beneath the 101.52-meter gold-plated dome of the State Museum St Isaac’s Cathedral, Nikos Floros seeme...
» SPORTS
Special day for Abidal, lucky one for PAOK
PAOK scraped through its Livadia challenge beating Levadiakos to remain on top of the Super League for Christmas, one point ahead ...
» COMMUNITY
Youngsters’ memories of the anti-landfill blockades
It was dawn on December 11, 2010, when the civil defense sirens sounded in Keratea, a small town in southeastern Attica, some 30 k...
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TIMETABLE: Next steps to presidential elections and beyond
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1. Greek parliament vote in balance after Samaras election offer
2. Prosecutor gathers depositions in Independent Greeks 'bribe' probe
3. Euro shaky on ECB and Greece, dollar keeps edge
4. Government accuses SYRIZA and Independent Greeks of 'clear alliance'
5. Draghi starts squaring QE circle in month of persuasion for ECB
6. Klaus Regling stresses debt sustainability through commitment to reforms
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1. Samaras summons bond vigilantes with euro exit talk
2. High stakes
3. Europe's drama in Greece needs final act to avoid tragedy
4. A friendly yet firm message from Pierre Moscovici
5. On the edge but not gutless
6. Ship with 200 migrants off Pylos towed to Italy after passengers refuse to stop in Greece
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