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A so-called integrity counselor for civil servants to turn to in the event of incidents such as abuse of power, violation of the law, antisocial behavior and sexual harassment is included in a new Interior Ministry bill submitted to Parliament on Monday that introduces changes to the internal control system of the public sector and local authorities. 


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02.03.2021 / 22:00

The Migration Ministry announced on Monday that it will not be going ahead with its plan of increasing the housing capacity for migrants near the Evros border with Turkey in Northern Greece, following a change of mind by Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis.


25.02.2021 / 05:40

A new online platform paving the way for Greek citizens who live abroad to vote in the next national elections back home is expected to go live by the end of February. Once it is up and running, the platform will allow overseas Greeks to register their details so that they can cast their ballot […]


22.02.2021 / 21:22

The Interior Ministry’s Citizenship Secretariat on Friday published the list of questions candidates for Greek citizenship must be able to answer in a new written exam testing their knowledge of the country’s history and culture.


15.02.2021 / 14:20

The electronic platform enabling Greeks living abroad to register to vote in the next national election, whenever it takes place, is expected to be up and running by the end of February.


10.02.2021 / 14:37

The inhabitants of two tiny islets in the Aegean Sea are seeking to be included in this year’s census in an effort to contain the installation of wind turbines in their locality.


09.02.2021 / 15:35

Residents of Orestiada in the Evros border region in northwestern Greece greeted visiting Migration Minister Notis Mitarakis on Monday with a hail of stones, firecrackers, eggs and plastic cups of coffee.


05.02.2021 / 22:35

The Interior Ministry is working on drastic reforms in the public sector to improve efficiency, promote meritocracy, root out corruption and, ultimately serve the public more effectively.



28.01.2021 / 17:46

Many Greek municipalities have been paralyzed since the last elections were held using the simple proportional representation system legislated by the previous SYRIZA administration.