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  1. Looks like the Turkish Navy entered the Andros sea area illegally and used the area as a firing range. Nothing like booking a holiday in greece to see muslim military vessels firing guns right in front of your beach. :la: Anyone who buys a holiday home anywhere in the Aegean needs balls of steel.. no wonder everyone buys in Spain and France. http://www.huffingtonpost.gr/2015/06/11/pedio-volhs-androu_n_7559394.html
  2. Well we can post in here if Greece will be using Euros, bitcoin, Rubles, or Feta as the currency next month.
  3. Greece appears to be improving relations with Russia. What are your guys thoughts on this? I think this has its positives, but it also could have negative implications. Personally its anyone but the Germans at the moment. Perhaps Greece's fear of pissing off USA/NATO could stop this from developing.
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    SYRIZA

    Inexplicable decision Online government portal Diavgeia turned out to be one of the most important reforms carried out in Greece over the last few years. A decision by today?s leftist-led coalition government to dismantle the transparency initiative program was based on absolutely unfounded excuses and represents a major setback. The government portal allowed citizens to have access to decisions regarding state recruitments and procurements, the expenditure of public organizations and other interesting information. In the absence of Diavgeia, what is more than certain is that the corrupt and the wasteful will once more be able to hide behind a veil of nontransparency. The removal of the transparency portal was no doubt an incomprehensible decision on the part of the SYRIZA-Independent Greeks administration. http://www.ekathimerini.com/4dcgi/_w_articles_wsite3_1_06/05/2015_549741
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    Tsipras

    Was interesting, Tsipras was completely pro the Turkish deal. He did not have one red line. The Cypriots forced the EU to not open 5 vital EU Chapters on Turkey. The EU agreed and those Chapters remain closed. Tsipras could have asked for Turkey to recognise Greek borders that are constantly violated - sea and air and could have asked Turkey to recognise the Greek status of the islands of the dodeconese. Tsipras could have said Turkey has to scrap Turkey's causi belli against Greece if Greece moved is sea borders to 12 miles. Instead, Tsipras demanded nothing, except Poland, Hungary, Czech Republic and Slovakia (the V4 right wing group) agree to the EU - Turkish deal. Previous Greek PMs also stated Turks would not be allowed to settle on Greek Islands to alter the demographics if the was ever free movenent visa liberalisation for Turks. Tsipras demanded nothing. And Kammenos? The big right wing Greek who cares about security? He said and did nothing.
  6. School parade has begun: Full article: http://www.huffingtonpost.gr/2016/10/28/koinwnia-mathitiki-parelash-_n_12685524.html?utm_source=Sport24&utm_medium=huffpost_homebig&utm_campaign=24MediaWidget
  7. I think one of the foundations of a modern, enlightened, and successful society is the educational system. Unfortunately, this is one of the many institutions that has been in crisis. Even the various governments don't know what to make of it other than proceed with big reforms only to be undone by the next government. What are your thoughts? I will write more, but I'm sure you have lots to say about this topic, so fire on....
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