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Story continues below Polls released until last week, when a ban set in to avoid swaying undecided voters, show a fragmented political field amid opposition to a EU-IMF economic recovery plan that has brought repeated waves of pay and pension cuts.
It was meant to be a picture-perfect election campaign stop: Greece's communist leader striding across the ancient Acropolis to rally marble workers painstakingly restoring a symbol of Greece's past splendour. Instead, Aleka Papariga's pre-election
In spite of huge demonstrations against austerity measures and widespread anger at the government the two main parties in the governing coalition may very well have enough seats to renew their partenership. The PASOK
As Greeks protest on the streets about unpopular austerity measures aimed at cutting national debt, a general election is called that could lead to more uncertainty. CNN explains what's happening and what it could mean to Greece's future.
Travel & Delicacy Beauty never Ends Ecological Environment Taiwan News, Staff Writer 2012-04-12 03:21 PM Greek President Karolos Papoulias issued a decree Wednesday night to dissolve parliament and called for early elections, which are to be held on
Eyes will focus on Greek election which is decided to take place on May 6 to get a new elected government instead of the current interim one. Related Articles Expectations are referring to the possibility of seeing more participation from small
Greek lawmakers wrapped up their legislative activity late Tuesday ahead of snap elections expected next month as a poll predicted an uncertain outcome due to anger over austerity measures. The 300-seat chamber approved a labour bill restructuring
Historic buildings were set on fire during the protests against at bailout to save Greece from bankruptcy. April 9 (UPI) -- With the Greek elections about a month away, the resolution of the country's debt crisis is proving to be "primarily a
Unknown persons attacked the premises of the Greek Public Sector Reform Ministry in Athens, and according to initial reports, no one was injured. A file photo of riots in Athens (Beta) No militant group has claimed responsibility for the attack, that
But after the Greek debt crisis broke in 2009, Metaj's generous tips started to dry up, and his regular clients asked for credit...Many face a stark choice: return to the impoverished country they left behind and try to start anew, or stick it out