Greece Confronts Mykonos’ Mafia After Archaeologist Was Beaten
The Greek government has vowed to take measures to halt intimidation and abuse directed at archaeologists working on Mykonos after one was beaten and another was sent threatening text messages. The intimidating behavior directed at the archaeologists is believed to...
Greece Election Dates Allegedly Postponed
The legislative election in Greece will be rescheduled to dates later in the year according to Greek media sources. MEGA TV and journalist Christina Korai have said that the first round of the election will take place on May 21...
Who Really Governs Greece? The Wiretapping Scandal Shaking the Country
The wiretapping scandal in Greece has rocked the conservative government of Kyriakos Mitsotakis who is under growing pressure to reveal who-if not the prime minister himself- is responsible for tapping the phones of politicians and journalists. On Tuesday the chief...
Greek Government Survives Censure Motion on Snowstorm Fiasco
The Greek government survived on Sunday a censure motion on the handling of the emergency following the recent snowstorm that paralyzed Athens and trapped thousands of drivers in their cars for hours. The censure motion was tabled by the main...
Energy Storage: Is Greece Becoming Europe’s Battery?
A series of ambitious plans by the Greek government on energy storage begs the question: Is Greece's ambition to become Europe's battery? Converging environmental and financial circumstances might offer an answer. Early last summer, the government announced an ambitious plan...
Greek PM Mitsotakis Reshuffles Cabinet After Catastrophic Fires
Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis reshuffled his cabinet on Tuesday as his conservative government has come under criticism over its handing of the pandemic and the catastrophic August fires. Government spokesperson Yiannis Economou announced the following changes in the cabinet,...
Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology Gets $2.4 Million Gift from Athens
The Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology (HCHC) has recently received a gift of two million euros ($2,388,000) from Greece.
Greek Cabinet Reshuffle: The New Government Makeup
Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis reshuffled the Greek cabinet on Monday.
Athens Adopts Italian Model of Attracting Super-Rich to Tax Registry
The Greek government has decided to copy, and attempt to implement, Italy's model of encouraging ultra-wealthy individuals and large companies to move their tax residency to Greece, according to media reports on Monday. The final formula for the new tax...
Greek Government To Stop Documenting Students' Citizenship and Religion
The Greek Ministry of Education announced on Tuesday that from now on, all diplomas issued by the country's secondary schools will include neither the citizenship nor the religious affiliation of the students. This comes as a result of a recent...