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Archive - Sep 2011

September 12th

Referees to penalize fans if using obscene words in stadiums

12 September 2011 / 19:09:18  
this is one of the ideas the president of the MIG Financial Group Andreas Vgenopoulos gave at a press conference on the problems in the Greek football club Panathinaikos. Less than a year ago, Vgenopoulos quitted the Board of Panathinaikos with a bang and was left with around 2% equity in the sports organization. He puts the blame for the financial difficulties of the team on Giannis Vardinogiannis.

The school year in Greece began with a lack of textbooks and teachers

12 September 2011 / 17:09:28  
The majority of pupils were left without textbooks at the beginning of the school year. The teachers prepare to go on a strike on September 22 and do not rule out the possibility to continue long.

September 11th

The taxation prince stroke the property once again

11 September 2011 / 18:09:09  
Finance Minister Evangelos Venizelos announced a new extraordinary tax in the amount of 4 euro per square meter for the next two years; it will be paid together with the electricity bills

Pilot report by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development on the changes taken by the Greek government

11 September 2011 / 17:09:57  
Based on qualitative analysis of public administration, by October the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development will establish a "White Book" for an effective state.

Dramatic data of suicides in Greece due to the crisis

11 September 2011 / 15:09:31  
According to data from the World Health Organization (WHO) at least one million people commit suicide worldwide every year.

“Alps” by Yorgos Lanthimos with award for best screenplay at the festival in Venice

11 September 2011 / 13:09:17  
It is the work of the director himself and Efthimis Filippou, the film will have its premiere in Greece on 27 October

Riots at the opening of the Thessaloniki fair

11 September 2011 / 13:09:52  
Special police forces dispersed the demonstrators with tear gas and batons, while Prime Minister George Papandreou promised a strong, rich and corruption-free Greece