George Papandreou

thumbnailExperts' reactions differ over Papaconstantinou case
2013-07-15Experts see different reasons for parliament's decision in a former Greek finance chief's case.
thumbnailGreece moves to two-party coalition government
2013-06-27The alliance of political rivals aims to steer the country toward economic recovery.
thumbnailGreek lawmakers OK probe of former finance minister
2013-01-21MPs reject investigation of Socialist leader, two former premiers over Swiss bank list.
thumbnailRelease of secret bank list leads to Greek journalist's arrest
2012-10-30A reporter says that his arrest is an attempt to hide the truth from Greek citizens.
thumbnailGreeks disapprove of Merkel's visit, more austerity
2012-10-20Concerned that additional austerity will deepen the economic crisis, bloggers disapprove of them in a unique manner.
thumbnailFirst real signs of Greece's privatisation drive emerge
2012-10-02Grand proclamations of a comprehensive privatisation programme are finally showing signs of implementation, nearly three years into a devastating debt and economic crisis plaguing the east Mediterranean country.
thumbnailGreece backtracks on bailout deal changes
2012-07-09The prime minister seeks to bargain though to stop further job losses and will push privatisation.
thumbnailStill no government for Greece as eurozone exit fears mount
2012-05-14President Karolos Papoulias can't get a coalition deal, prompting preparations for new elections.
thumbnailGreek voters punish ruling parties for austerity
2012-05-07New coalition chances are unstable and the likelihood of another election grows.
thumbnailGreece arrests former defence minister ahead of election
2012-04-21Sunk by a submarine deal and a mansion he didn’t declare, Akis Tsochatzopoulos declares his innocence
thumbnailUnder EU pressure to protect its borders, Greece rounds up immigrants
2012-04-04EU pressure and popular anti-immigrant sentiment evoked for political advantage is driving the campaign against crime and illegal immigration in Athens.
thumbnailAnti-bailout fury splinters Greece as elections approach
2012-03-13The country's two-party rule is in jeopardy, but no matter who wins, Greeks may still find no change at the top.
thumbnailGreece's statistics chief says the numbers are on his side
2012-03-02Under siege for his report that created the Greek crisis, statistics chief Andreas Georgiou stands by his work
thumbnailPost-bailout, Greeks disillusioned
2012-02-25Bloggers argue the latest bailout and a misguided sympathy for Greece internationally fail to dispel illusions about a better future.
thumbnailSecond bailout may not be enough for Greece, some say
2012-02-22Greeks breathe a sigh of relief now, but economists say a day of reckoning still looms.
thumbnail2011 Review: crisis and expansion
2012-01-03In the second of this three part series, SETimes looks into the eurozone crisis and the Western Balkan countries' EU bids.
thumbnailGreek snap elections pushed back to April
2011-12-28Greece's early parliamentary elections, which were tentatively scheduled for February 19th, will be held about two months later, Greek officials said on Tuesday.
thumbnailGreek pensioners fret over benefit cuts
2011-12-22They've been through war, a junta, and occupation, but what's worrying Greece's elderly these days are shrinking pensions and dim prospects for the next generation.
thumbnailGreek football turns ugly
2011-11-21Football in Greece is quickly losing its fan base amid scandals and stadium violence.
thumbnailAs Greek bloggers assail the government, their names are wanted
2011-11-17A country roiling in an economic crisis, strikes, protests and riots is fertile territory for blogs, but a move is afoot to undermine them, critics say.
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