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Two years of a SYRIZA-ANEL Government Coalition – What next?

By   /  26/01/2017  /  GR Politics, Greece, Politics  /  Comments Off on Two years of a SYRIZA-ANEL Government Coalition – What next?

On the 26th January 2017 two years would have passed since SYRIZA’s first election victory and it is now clear that the left wing government is not just a temporary fix. Admittedly they were two intense years with three elections in 2015, departures, transfers, new political formations, promises that were not kept and attempts that […]

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Major upheaval caused by arrest of journalists

By   /  11/01/2017  /  GR Politics, Greece, Politics  /  Comments Off on Major upheaval caused by arrest of journalists

The publisher of weekly newspaper Parapolitika, Yannis Kourtakis, and its Director, Panagiotis Tzenos, appeared before court on Wednesday following their arrest by police on Tuesday night. Kourtakis and Tzenos were arrested after Greek Defense Minister Panos Kammenos pressed charges for defamation. The Minister claims the two journalists used their radio show in recent weeks to […]

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OP/ED: Final Curtain ready to Fall on Greek Media

By   /  21/12/2016  /  Business, GR Business, GR Social, Greece, Social  /  Comments Off on OP/ED: Final Curtain ready to Fall on Greek Media

The curtain is drawing to a close for Greek media that were once powerful and which marked Greek political life in both a negative and a positive way. Lambrakis Press, Mega Channel TV, Pegasus and other Greek media are a breath away from closing after a long glorious (and infamous) history. It is a shame […]

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TV licensing law amendments approved by MPs

By   /  04/11/2016  /  GR Politics, Greece, Politics  /  Comments Off on TV licensing law amendments approved by MPs

Greek members of parliament voted late on Thursday night to approve amendments put forth by the government to a recent law governing television broadcasting licenses, known as the “Pappas Law” after State Minister Nikos Pappas who envisaged the licensing process. Parliament approved an amendment to suspend – not abolish – a legal provision that had […]

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