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Archive - Jul 2014

July 24th

Absurd Taxes in Favour of Third Parties will be Abolished

24 July 2014 / 18:07:33  
Early next year, the taxes in favour of third parties are expected to be abolished. They have been paid for years in Greece, but are applied nowhere else in the world.

Policemen Shall not be under 1.70 Metres in Height

23 July 2014 / 21:07:09  
6 mm deprived a candidate for the Greek police school of the opportunity to be admitted, but thanks to justice he had a second chance. Greek senior judges ruled out that the refusal of the applicant due to being of lower height than required be cancelled.

Homeless People Become Actors

23 July 2014 / 21:07:26  
The theatrical troupe of the Reception and Solidarity Centre of Athens was established in order to help homeless people to reintegrate in society despite hardship.

July 23rd

Wanted-by-the-Police Paula Roupa with a New Look and Armed

23 July 2014 / 17:07:44  
Nikos Maziotis’ girlfriend wanted by the police is unrecognisable today as seen from the photos released by the authorities.

July 22nd

7 Percent of Civil Servants with Fake Diplomas

22 July 2014 / 20:07:18  
The first inspection of the public administration auditors in regard to false documents provided for the appointment of employees has uncovered hundreds of cases of invalid high school diplomas that have been submitted.

New Media Compensate for the Traditional Media Self-censorship

22 July 2014 / 16:07:34  
According to the blogger Ivo Bozhkov, social networking plays a key role in the evolution of the still growing civil society in Bulgaria and thanks to that it is organised and has started to operate.

BlackRock Warns of Possible Bankruptcy of Greece

22 July 2014 / 14:07:32  
Greece is the country where the probability of bankruptcy is highest according to the Blackrock index based on the fiscal data of the 50 countries included in the ranking of the agency.