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Pandemic takes toll on public services

The relationship between citizens and the public sector is growing increasingly tenuous as the changes in the working hours of many civil servants who now work remotely where possible, with extended leave for others, have come at the expense of the service provided.

Συγκλονίζει ο αδερφός του Μαραντόνα: «Είμαστε ζωντανοί-νεκροί, να θυμάστε τον Ντιέγκο όπως πρέπει»

Ο Ούγκο Μαραντόνα περιγράφει με δραματικό τρόπο την απώλεια του αδελφού του Ντιέγκο σε ηλικία 60 ετών δηλώνοντας πως αισθάνεται σαν ζωντανός νεκρός

‘Psychic’ woman arrested for fraud on Crete

A 50-year-old woman who claimed to possess the skill of divination was arrested on Friday for fraud on the island on Crete and the extortion of sums of money from a 46-year-old woman over a two-year period.

AEP implements blockchain technology to monitor turnout and centralize voting minutes data

The Permanent Electoral Authority (AEP) adopted a decision approving the implementation of the technical blockchain solution in the Computer System for monitoring turnout and preventing illegal voting (SIMPV) and in the Computer System for centralizing data from the minutes regarding the recording of the voting results (SICPV).

PM Orban: We want an administration that is increasingly less under political influence

Prime Minister Ludovic Orban said today that, just like President Klaus Iohannis, he wants an administration that is under as little as possible political influence. "I share the President's clear-cut stance on administration. We want an administration where the political factor has increasingly less influence.

ΕΣΑΚΕ: «Θα σταθούμε αρωγοί στο φιλανθρωπικό πρόγραμμα του Ολυμπιακού»

Την απόφαση να συμμετάσχουν κανονικά οι ομάδες-μέλη του στο φιλανθρωπικό πρόγραμμα του Ολυμπιακού -από τη στιγμή που όλα τα έσοδα θα διατεθούν στην αντιμετώπιση της πανδημίας- ανακοίνωσε ο ΕΣΑΚΕ