Stavros Papastavrou

Carnival at the Zoo | Athens | February 15

Local act Apurimac, comprising Stavros Papastavrou, Martha Moreleon and Makis Papagavriil, will be at the Zoo bar and cafe in the northern suburb of Halandri on Saturday, February 15 for a festive concert in celebration of the coming Carnival season. The band will play upbeat sounds and rhythms from Latin America and traditional Greek Carnival songs, along with some of their own compositions.

Stathakis and Flambouraris under auditors spotlight in “rain” of investigations

The Assets Testing Committee of Greek Parliament has decided to conduct further investigation into the wealth assets declarations of two Radical Left Coalition (SYRIZA) ministers – Economy Minister George Stathakis and State Minister Alekos Flambouraris.

Former PM A. Samaras’ close aide linked to 5.5-mln-euro tax evasion

Stavros Papastavrou, the former close aide of prime minister Antonis Samaras, has been summoned to appear before a public prosecutor after August 15. He will be asked to testify concerning a case linked to the ‘Lagarde list’ of Greeks with bank accounts at a Swiss branch of HSBC.

Pause in troika review, many fronts open

Troika inspectors were due to leave Athens on Tuesday with little sign of a comprehensive deal with the Greek government over the latest adjustment program review in sight. The lack of progress means that a Greek delegation will head to Washington for talks with International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde on Sunday.

Juncker briefed on troika talks before assuming EC presidency

Jean-Claude Juncker, who is due to take over as president of the European Commission on November 1, was back in Athens for the second time in a month on Friday as the Greek government sought to drive home its positions on the ongoing troika negotiations and plans for an early bailout exit with European decision makers.

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