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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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Nicolai  von Ondarza Jul 8
Greece must be one of the first cases where turnout for the European elections was higher than in the national elections: - : 58.69% - : 57.92%
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Omaira Gill Jul 7
On a personal note, the biggest news today for me is waiting to see who will be New Democracy's health minister, which will tell me what the next four years will look like for my son. Fingers crossed.
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POLITICO Poll of Polls Jul 8
Conservatives seize power from Tsipras in Greek election.
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POLITICO Poll of Polls Jul 8
Results for the 2019 Greek general election (99.9% counted): ND 39.85% | 158 seats Syriza 31.53% | 86 KA 8.10% | 22 KKE 5.30% | 15 EL 3.70% | 10 ΜeRA25 3.44% | 9 --threshold-- XA 2.93% PE 1.46% EK 1.24% More on .
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Matthew Isbell 🎃 Jul 10
Replying to @mcimaps
KKE (Communists) and MERA/PLEFSI are all far-left parties. The last two specifically formed as breakaways from SYRIZA. KINAL (the new party for the social democrats) is still center-left The combined "left" vote did outpace the "right" vote.
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Omaira Gill Jul 8
Minister of health for New Democracy is going to be Vasilis Kikilias
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Europe Elects Jul 8
Greece, Final Result (100% counted): Seats won ND-EPP: 158 SYRIZA-LEFT: 86 KINAL-S&D: 22 KKE-NI: 15 EL-ECR: 10 MeRA25-LEFT: 9 ➤
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Damian Mac Con Uladh Jul 8
Replying to @damomac
124th Greek government since 15 August 1909. That's an average of 1.12 per year.
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Europe Elects Jul 8
Greece, Final Result (100% counted): ➤ Turnout: 5,769,503 (57.92%) ➤ Valid Votes: 5.649.332 (97.92%) ➤ Invalid Votes: 77,503 (1.34%) ➤ Blank Votes: 42,668 (0.74%)
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Salih Canbaz Jul 8
The quasi-patrimonial order is back again
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Damian Mac Con Uladh Jul 9
New ministers in the Greek government have been sworn in by the Archbishop of Athens. Every single one of them took a religious oath of office. In last Syriza-led government, most ministers took a civil oath, with minority taking religious oath.
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Maik Fielitz Jul 9
My brief analysis for on the demise of the neo-Nazi party Golden Dawn in Greece
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Joseph Daul Jul 8
🇬🇷Today was sworn in as Greek Prime Minister following a landslide victory for . A strong mandate to drive a real reform agenda that will jolt the Greek economy & ensure citizens feel confident about their future🔽
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AJR Election Maps Jul 8
And here's yesterday's result. New Democracy wins a majority, SYRIZA holds on to an impressive amount of its votes, and becomes Prime Minister after one (1) day of government formation.
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Damian Mac Con Uladh Jul 8
Kyriakos Mitsotakis, Greece's new prime minister, takes his oath of office from the Archbishop of Athens
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Maria Petrakis Jul 11
Greece's Foreign Press Association issues statement on derogatory (and uninformed) comments on foreign correspondents/Liberation by journo-turned ND MP Papadimitriou
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Vassilis Ntousas Jul 9
Replying to @kmitsotakis
There was noone in his close circle of advisors to think of this? The 5/51 ratio is not even sad, it's pathetic - and inescapably it will ultimately make for bad politics and even worse policies, even putting ideologies aside. 3/
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κουτσαβακι Jul 8
Dancing bear production
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Europe Elects Jul 8
Greece, Final Result (100% counted): ND-EPP: 39.85% SYRIZA-LEFT: 31.53% KINAL-S&D: 8.10% KKE-NI: 5.30% EL-ECR: 3.70% MeRA25-LEFT: 3.44% XA-NI: 2.93% PE-*: 1.46% EK-RE: 1.24%
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