Greece’s SYRIZA-led coalition will rehire people with fake degrees while firing others and not hiring qualified workers.
Greece’s coalition doesn’t want to implement changes it agreed with creditors, putting the release of bailout funds in limbo.
New Democracy leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis said a law passed by SYRIZA will let politicians and public figures use offshore firms.
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras’ bailiout-austerity deal with creditors has found 86.5 percent of Greeks disapproving of what he did.
Despite a new bailout reprieve propping up Greece, New Democracy leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis said it won’t save the country.
The ruling SYRIZA-led coalition is planning to let people who used forged degrees get their jobs back if they can past tests.
Greek Defence Minister Panos Kammenos said a tax hike on Greek islands is an unconstitutional “criminal act” even though he voted for it.
After complaints from environmentalists, the ruling SYRIZA-led coalition yanked a bill to legalize unlawful buildings on forest land.
Russian President Vladimir Putin, with top ministers in tow, will be in Greece for a two-day visit next week to discuss business ventures.
ATHENS – Buried under a mountain of 110 billion euros ($123.37 billion) bad loans, Greek banks will try to cut them in half. Greeks crushed […]