Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras has promised speeded-up growth, lower taxes and 770,000 new new jobs if his conservative New Democracy party holds on to power in national elections and defeats the leading major opposition SYRIZA.
Holding a narrow lead in polls, the major opposition Coalition of the Radical Left (SYRIZA) has added some new faces for the critical Jan. 25 […]
Trailing in the polls, Premier Antonis Samaras is changing tactics to unveil a plan to help Greece grow out of an economic crisis.
The new To Potami (The River) party running third in polls says it will not work with any anti-Euro party after the Jan. 25 elections.
Far-right wing former MP Rachil Makri, ousted from the Independent Greeks, will run in the Jan. 25 elections on the ticket of far-left SYRIZA.
Former New Democracy MP Aris Siliotopoulos won’t run again but the party picked up former German European lawmaker Jorgo Chatzimarkakis.
Ahead of elections, Prime Minister Antonis Samaras told weary Greeks he will stop hitting them with austerity measures and will cut taxes and hike salaries.
A new right-wing party called Radical National Rally or RIZES (Roots) for short has been launched and said it will oppose austerity and international lenders.
Greek Premier and New Democracy Conservative leader Antonis Samaras’ bid to stay in power in the Jan. 25 snap elections is faltering, with surveys showing the major opposition SYRIZA likely to win, but without enough of the vote to win a majority in Parliament.
Deputy Premier and PASOK leader Evangelos Venizelos blasted Prime Minister Antonis Samaras for luring away a Socialist MP to New Democracy.