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Archive - Dec 10, 2010

Bill reduces the salaries in state enterprises, strikes against company labour contracts

10 December 2010 / 18:12:19  
Radical changes will occur in the field of investment, in the payment system of employees in state enterprises (DEKO) and in prices because of the VAT increase.

Deceived investors nearly lynched Pavlos Psomiadis

10 December 2010 / 17:12:49  
The scandalous businessman could not finish testifying before the Athens court, tens of stung were expecting him to the courtroom, riot forces had to protect him and therefore the magistrate interrupted and then postponed the hearing indefinitely

Minor demonstrators in the dock for the events in Larissa in December 2008

10 December 2010 / 14:12:37  
The trial will continue on Monday when it is expected to be completed.

GRR HOT 15: Michael Jackson is ‘back’

10 December 2010 / 13:12:55  
As you've already understood from the title the King of Pop, the eternal and the only one, returned to the charts. Although the world lost one of the major names in music more than a year ago his talent remains undeniable. To the delight of music fans Michael Jackson has left work so immense that even now he has something to surprise them. And our GRR HOT 15 will show what exactly I mean.

Greek parties do not account for government money spent

10 December 2010 / 12:12:44  
Greek parties do not keep books of accounts of their receipts and expenditures and state funding for them is even higher than in countries like Germany. This became clear during the presentation of the results of the report on Corruption Barometer drawn up by Transparency International.

Refugees from Afghanistan, Iran and Palestine stitch their lips, go on a hunger strike to obtain refugee status

10 December 2010 / 10:12:44  
For more than two weeks the sidewalk across from the UN mission in Athens has become a tent camp of dozens of refugees. There is a tent camp in front of the university in the centre of Athens. About 100 Afghans live there among which there are many families with small children.