A group of unknown individuals firebombed the house of a SYRIZA MP late Wednesday night, in an attack believed to be connected to the ongoing parliamentary debate on the ratification of the Prespes accord.
Among the promises that propelled leftist SYRIZA to power two years ago was a commitment to revive domestic industry. Even after the government signed Greece's third bailout agreement in the summer of 2015, the promises kept coming thick and fast.
Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias addressed the University of Tehran in Iran on Sunday. He said that Greek foreign policy seeks to be “active and responsible” to unite and “utilize the past for the future”.
Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias will carry out a visit to the Islamic Republic of Iran on 29 and 30 November 2015, accompanied by Deputy Foreign Minister Dimitris Mardas, Deputy Industry Minister Theodora Tzakri, and a Greek business delegation.
Rachil Makri, the former Independent Greeks MP who spent the last few months as a nonaligned lawmaker, was the surprise inclusion on Friday in SYRIZA?s list of candidates for the upcoming general elections.
SYRIZA is due to announce its candidates for the upcoming elections Friday. They will include some independent MPs who did not vote in favor of the government?s presidential candidate last month, while other lawmakers who contributed to snap elections being called have been left out.