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Nicolai von Ondarza 8 Jul 19
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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Damian Mac Con Uladh 9 Jul 19
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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Maria Petrakis 11 Jul 19
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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Europe Elects 8 Jul 19
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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Europe Elects 8 Jul 19
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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Nikolia Apostolou 8 Jul 19
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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Ⓢⓨⓡⓞⓢ Ⓘⓢⓛⓐⓝⓓ 7 Jul 19
Hahaha... Mitsotakis will get rid of the special interests?! Mitsotakis?! Ahahaha... Very funny...
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Maik Fielitz 9 Jul 19
My brief analysis for on the demise of the neo-Nazi party Golden Dawn in Greece
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Nikos Skoutaris 9 Jul 19
The only places where there is a worse male to female ratio are the Smurf village and Mount Athos.
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Damian Mac Con Uladh 8 Jul 19
Replying to @damomac
124th Greek government since 15 August 1909. That's an average of 1.12 per year.
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Mike 7 Jul 19
Buried lede. Hopefully, the sun sets on Golden Dawn once and for all.
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Damian Mac Con Uladh 8 Jul 19
Kyriakos Mitsotakis, Greece's new prime minister, takes his oath of office from the Archbishop of Athens
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Menelaos Markakis 8 Jul 19
This is truly remarkable, but: 1) Mid July = ⛱🌊☀️ 2) were our first elections since September 2015; 3) Outcome in was to be expected after the European elections; 4) Greeks living abroad can only vote in the European elections.
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Europe Elects 8 Jul 19
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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POLITICO Poll of Polls 8 Jul 19
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🎃 10 Jul 19
The left-wing vote in Greece got more votes than the right-wing vote. But the left is divided between SYRIZA (left wing) KKE (communist) PERA and PLEFSI (far-left, broke from SYRIZA) KINAL (center-left, former longtime social democrat party)
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🦠Matthew Isbell🎃 10 Jul 19
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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Matina Stevis-Gridneff 8 Jul 19
Liked to Underestimate Mitsotakis. Now He’s Prime Minister. Read my in-depth profile of Greece’s new leader via ⁦
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AJR Election Maps 8 Jul 19
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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naftemporiki.gr 8 Jul 19
New Mitsotakis govt announced; 50-member Cabinet among the largest in recent memory
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