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“Memorandum” or another word for expressing extortion

by Christos Panagopoulos ermocratis.com For the last few days, Greek citizens have been observing their governmental coalition, formed by the New Democracy and PASOK, attempting to reach an agreement with the troika’s representatives, to complete the financial evaluation concerning the bailout program the country is currently trying to implement. Officials, like Finance Minister, Gkikas Hardouvelis, […]

Memoranda thrashed industrial relations

Memoranda thrashed industrial relations

by Katerina Polizou – NEA TV journalist Research GSEE captures the dramatic impact of the MoU on industrial relations. The eight-hour day is now past, the 2009 rotation work has increased by 73%, 70% of workers have signed individual contract and about 850,000 workers are unpaid for more than four months. According to the survey […]

National pride and culturally specific concepts

National pride and culturally specific concepts

by Yannis Xamonakis – apokoronasnews.gr “The Vogons are one of the most unpleasant races in the galaxy – not actually evil, but bad tempered, bureaucratic, officious and callous. They wouldn’t even lift a finger to save their own grandmothers from the Ravenous Bugblatter Beast of Traal without an order, signed in triplicate, sent in, sent […]

Natural disasters: the truth behind the recent floods in Athens

Natural disasters: the truth behind the recent floods in Athens

by Christos Panagopoulos – ermocratis.com The last days of October were meant to be very cold and extremely rainy; a sudden bout of heavy rainus flooded, in only a few hours, Athens’s west suburbs, leaving behind citizens lamenting for their properties. Stores full of water, basements covered in mud and cars washed away by the […]

Live@Love@Laugh

Live@Love@Laugh

by Pandelis Spyridakis – gelamou.gr Inspiration is the one thing that… smells October all over the city, the life, the house Cooking, writing, talking with friends, discovering Crete ’s destination to travel out… … such an October life sign Are you nuts enough out there? Cause winter is calling us to move a liiiiittle more […]

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