‘Franchises’ and politics

We all have our concerns. The people of this country have their own huge concerns about what they will wake up to next. Then you read and hear that some people have their own great anxiety about whether the next Parliament will include a member from this or that political family.

Greek PM Blames ‘Tragic’ Human Error for Deadly Train Crash

Rescuers at the scene of the train collision near Larissa in northern Greece, 1 March 2023. Photo: EPA-EFE/ACHILLEAS CHIRAS

"Justice will do its job," Mitsotakis said in a televised address after visiting the crash site. "People will be held accountable, while the state will be on the side of the people." he added.

Greece: 2022’s unlikely economic winner

For the first time in a while, the economic party is happening in the Mediterranean, and Greece is leading the way ahead of Spain and Portugal.

As The Economist looked into the best and worst economic performers of 2022, Greece found itself at the top of the list, with high growth, narrow inflation breadth, plunging debt-to-GDP ratio and an outperforming stock market.

Op-ed: For the West, Erdogan is one thing, Turkey is another

By Alexandra Fotaki

Making comparisons is a popular pastime in Greece, as is talk of isolation, and it has been perceived as necessary to thresh out and conduct policy along these lines.

Allow me to explain.

Mitsotakis expresses satisfaction over EU Council results to deal with energy crisis

The Summit of the European Political Community: Vučić met with numerous leaders VIDEO

It is about a new informal format, which was first mentioned by the President of France, Emmanuel Macron, and which will bring together, among others, the former EU member Great Britain, the decades-long candidate for accession - Turkey, but also the new candidate Ukraine, as well as candidates and those who are not from the Western Balkans.