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Archive - Jun 2012

June 18th

Joy in Europe after Samaras’ victory

18 June 2012 / 17:06:38  
Rating New Democracy the first party in the second elections has made Europe and the credit partners of Greece relax.

live Antonis Samaras promised a long-term cabinet

18 June 2012 / 14:06:41  
He began the talks to form a new government as soon as he received the mandate from President Carlos Papoulias. Alexis Tsipras refused to participate and said SYRIZA will be a responsible opposition.

The real winner of elections is SYRIZA

18 June 2012 / 13:06:15  
The election campaign in Greece is over and it is time to really get down to work. This is how the week after the second elections, which has broadcast New Democracy as the first political force, can be determined. Analyst Plamen Tonchev commented for GRReporter exclusively how these elections differ from those held in May and what could be expected from the new government.

GRReporter readers knew the election results for the second time

18 June 2012 / 11:06:26  
In all three versions of the website, the most preferred answer was that pro-European forces will unite and win the elections.

live New Democracy is leading convincingly by 3.55 percent

17 June 2012 / 23:06:41  
So far 74.16 percent of the ballots have been counted. According to the company responsible for counting the votes the final difference will be about 2.4 percent.

live Antonis Samaras to Brussels: Greece will fulfill its obligations

17 June 2012 / 23:06:46  
On Monday he will accept the mandate to form a government from the President of the Republic Carlos Papoulias and will seek a political coalition which will support a government led by New Democracy.

There won’t be a third round of elections, at least not all that soon

17 June 2012 / 22:06:55  
The formation of the cabinet will not be easy, we are faced with an episodic week, said the famous Greek journalist Fanis Papathanasiou in an interview with Anastasia Balezdrova.