The household budget survey published on Wednesday by ELSTAT captures the effect that the pandemic and the lockdown restrictions had on Greek household spending in 2020.
Greek households are being warned about the possibility of steep hikes in their electricity bills this winter, as the government scrambles to cushion the effects of inflation across a range of basic goods.
In February 2019, the then leader of the opposition Kyriakos Mitsotakis welcomed the publication of an expert committee report on the management of forest fires in Greece, calling its recommendations “a blueprint for the steps we will follow”.
Greece has been singled out for its poor performance in the global rankings of the World Economic Forum (WEF) 2021 Global Gender Gap Report.
Controversial legislation passed by the Greek Parliament contains a provision which could open the door to commercial exploitation of parts of the Natura 2000 network, in contravention of EU legislation.
The latest figures from Greece’s public sector staff census show a continuation of the trends established during the latter part of the country’s financial crisis. While the numbers of permanent staff in the public sector remain static or slightly reduced compared to previous years, there have been steady increases in other categories, including temporary contract staff.
A survey by polling company Public Issue has delved into the attitudes of Greeks towards corruption and found a pessimistic outlook.
The latest report by the European Institute on Gender Equality (EIGE) for 2020 has shown that Greece continues to be at the bottom of the list for 28 EU countries in terms of gender equality.
Thinktank diaNeosis has released a survey tracking the reality of life in Greece during the coronavirus pandemic.
A new set of demographics data by the Hellenic Statistical Authority (ELSTAT) has shown that the gap between deaths and births expanded to its highest level on record in 2019.