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  • Photo by Panayotis Tzamaros/Fosphotos Court verdict on 2016 pension reform seen having fiscal impact

    Economy

    Rulings from the Council of State just published deem parts of the 2016 pension reform, known as the Katrougalos law, unconstitutional and mean the new government will have to redesign parts of the social security system and incur a reported annual fiscal of around 300 million euros.

  • Photo by Panayotis Tzamaros/Fosphotos What brought down Golden Dawn?

    By: Georgia Nakou

    Society

    The Greek neo-Nazi party Golden Dawn burst onto the parliamentary scene overnight in 2012, to the alarm of democratic forces across Europe. Seven years later, the party finds itself out of the national and the European Parliament after losing more than half its voters.

  • Photo by Panayotis Tzamaros/Fosphotos Top spots in judiciary spark new clash in build-up to snap elections

    PoliticsGreek Politics

    The government’s final cabinet meeting will possibly be held this Thursday, before snap elections are officially called on Monday, but a row has broken out about whether the SYRIZA administration will remain in power and if it should have the ability to appoint the country’s top judges before the July 7 elections.

  • Photo by Natasha Pantazopoulou/Fosphotos Healthcare next stop for Tsipras amid Georgiou case fallout

    PoliticsGreek Politics

    A day after government MPs approved a draft law introducing changes to the way Greek universities are run, the coalition focussed on a healthcare bill that represents its latest attempt to show its voters that it is active in policy-making in areas that are not linked directly to the bailout.

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