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Suffersdaily ~ Commissions are open ~ Jul 7
So Greece just elected the same people that put the country in Dept again I can't say how much of the population actually voted But that full blown Christian party will get to decide on country shit again for the next for years
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Nikolia Apostolou Jul 8
Just 63 women were elected MPs in the Greek Parliament of 300 seats. That's 21%. ND: 24 of 158 seats (15%) Syriza: 23 of 86 seats (27%) KINAL: 4 of 22 seats (18%) ΚΚΕ: 5 of 15 seats (33%) Greek Solution: 3 of 10 seats (30%) MERA25: 4 of 9 έδρες (44%)
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chris Jul 7
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Αχαχούχα Jul 9
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mz Jul 9
Hey , since my surname is not Mitsotakis and I don't have 70.000$/year, could you please provide me with a scholarship, so one day I could become Prime Minister of Greece or at least a Minister without working somewhere else? Thanks
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Bercik Jul 8
Complete disaster for in these elections. Painful loss but you need to keep working for the Glory of Hellada 🇬🇷 Less political strifes, more social actions and Greeks will trust you again.
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Vasileios Katsardis Jul 8
" people feel tired from the 10 years of austerity policies" Extract of my interview on Channel 4 News a few minutes after the first exit polls last night, regarding National Elections.
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Soldatos Georgios Jul 8
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Despoina Tripylioti Jul 8
Oh hello ✌🏻🤗💙🌞🙌🏻🙌🏻
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QueenB Jul 8
“There’s a big advantage in people underestimating you. I don’t mind that. I have a job to do, and I have a lot of confidence in my abilities.”
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Bloomberg TicToc Jul 8
Greece has a new prime minister. The center-right New Democracy party leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis won by a landslide in Sunday’s election
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Bloomberg TicToc Jul 8
WATCH: Greece's new PM Kyriakos Mitsotakis is sworn in after winning by a landslide in Sunday’s election
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George Roussos Jul 8
- I naively thought thought that Syriza had a plan to defeat the EU elite. But they did the authoritarian job of implementing austerity policies. The left must learn lessons from the party’s defeat
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Dr. Ghazi Ben Ahmed Jul 7
-- concedes, calls on the phone to congratulate him on his election victory.
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Michael_Matthaiakis Jul 8
An interesting article about the outcome of the Greek Elections. From
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gio_wilde Law & Order Patron: Retributive Justice Jul 9
SIEMENS BRIBES & PARADISE PAPERS: the overlooked past of the'next PM of ' His spouse is listed in Paradise Papers, Mitsotakis is embroiled in Greece's biggest 30year corruption scandal
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George Roussos Jul 8
is back in the game | MeRA25, the Greek wing of pan-European DiEM25 party, won 3.4% in just above the 3% threshold necessary to enter parliament & giving them 9 lawmakers in the 300-seat chamber - Bloomberg
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Adrian Delia Jul 7
Good news coming from - Congratulations & in . It’s a clear win for job-creation, new opportunities, hope, decency and values.
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Isabelle Ioannides Jul 8
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Angelina Theodorou Jul 9
elected a new PM on Sunday (Kyriakos ), ending the tenure of Alexis . Greeks in 2018 were more optimistic about the job market than they were when Tsipras took office in 2015, but pessimism about the job market remains.
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