Greek workers are resisting evaluations, maybe because so many of them would fail and get booted, just deserts for laziness.
If it were up to Leandros Rakintzis, Greece wouldn’t be corrupt, the rich would pay taxes, politicians wouldn’t be crooked and the law would apply to everyone.
“Greece faces a crossroads. One path leads to despair and utter hopelessness, the other to extinction. Let us pray we have the wisdom to choose correctly.”
A lot of fuss is being made over the idea that DIMAR leader Uncle Fotis Kouvelis could be the next President of Greece. Groucho Marx would be better.
Greece’s new anti-racism law was aimed at the Golden Dawn extremists, but critics say there’s a gray area over the definition of “insulting” language.
Greek Administrative Reform Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis, 46, just might be the young hope Greece needs, not the usual old retread politicians.
A potential huge draw for tourists – cultural sites – is being neglected by the Greek government, a study from the country’s research center said.
Between being pushed back toward Turkey, allowed to drown, and shot at by employers, illegal immigrants in Greece don’t have a chance.
While Greece is squeezing people who can’t pay debts because of austerity measures, those who can are getting away with it.
Greece’s capital Athens, which should be a showpiece of public art, is essentially a charmless dump and a place many tourists avoid.