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EDITORIAL

Democracy is based on customary and written rules alike. The prime minister’s press conference that is held every year on the sidelines of the Thessaloniki International Fair has been traditionally established as an opportunity for accountability to the media. 



EDITORIAL

Democracy is based on customary and written rules alike. The prime minister’s press conference that is held every year on the sidelines of the Thessaloniki International Fair has been traditionally established as an opportunity for accountability to the media. 




COSTAS IORDANIDIS

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan had two goals when he announced on Tuesday the plan to partially open Varosha, in the occupied city of Famagusta in the north of Cyprus, “with respect for property rights.”




MARIA KATSOUNAKI

Imagine a world without the terrorist attacks of September 11. Imagine a world without the pandemic, the millions of dead, the conspiracy theorists, the anti-vaxxers.


NIKOS KONSTANDARAS

With his life and work, Mikis Theodorakis won the right to be regarded as “ecumenical,” as someone belonging to the whole world. He became a symbol of the Greeks. For him, as for many Greeks, “ecumenical” and “Greek” are not contradictory terms.




PASCHOS MANDRAVELIS

The most positive aspect of “Greece+,” the SYRIZA blueprint presented Monday on the use of grants and cheap loans from the European Union recovery fund, is that it actually exists.





DIMITRIS RIGOPOULOS

As the Elliniko development on Athens’ southern coast gets on the road toward its implementation and more and more details come to light, the magnitude of this colossal endeavor is starting to become apparent.


ANGELOS STANGOS

Although the day after has not yet dawned and although it would be premature to draw any conclusions about the causes behind the devastating wildfires, the cacophony is already in full swing.