May 27, 2014
ATHENS (Reuters) - Greek far-left opposition leader Alexis Tsipras declared victory over austerity policies on Monday as final results confirmed his anti-bailout party had won the country's election for the European Parliament. Syriza's victory marked the first time a radical leftist party has won at the national level in modern Greece, although it fell short of the five percentage-point victory margin that could rattle the fragile ruling coalition government. "This is a historic win," Syriza leader Alexis Tsipras told a crowd of cheering and flag-waving supporters in the early hours of Monday. #Elections #Governor #Investment #Greece #Government #Election #european #editing #Antonis Samaras #political
Nov 26, 2012
Sep 10, 2012
Jul 02, 2014
(AP) -- Greek authorities warned Wednesday of possible power cuts at the heart of the summer tourist season as electric utility workers head for protracted strikes against government plans to break off and sell part of the country's dominant power pr...