Posts Tagged ‘SYRIZA’

Mitsotakis topples Tsipras with an overwhelming majority

Mitsotakis topples Tsipras with an overwhelming majority
Kyriakos Mitsotakis speaks under the Parthenon Mitsotakis topples Tsipras with an overwhelming majority Kyriakos Mitsotakis topples Alexis Trsipras with an overwhelming majority; end of the story! Centre-Right party Nea Demokratia headed by Kyriakos Mitsotakis  ridiculed the slogan “First time Left”...
July 7th, 2019 | At the end of the day..., Breaking News, Politics and Government | Read More

The SYRIZA Clash

The SYRIZA Clash
Time and again we have warned you of the world’s biggest scam that takes place in Greece from within and from external factors and forces – always looming in the background for 2015 years (the last 40 being more detrimental than one can imagine…). We have also expressed in the most open way...
July 31st, 2015 | Breaking News, European Union, Politics and Government | Read More

Daily Overview of Global Markets & the SEE Region (Wednesday, June 17, 2015)

Daily Overview of Global Markets & the SEE Region (Wednesday, June 17, 2015)
Dr. Platon Monokroussos, Chief Market Economist, Deputy General Manager, Eurobank Ergasias S.A HIGHLIGHTS WORLD ECONOMIC & MARKET DEVELOPMENTS GREECE: Addressing the SYRIZA parliamentary group yesterday afternoon, Prime Minister and party leader Alexis Tsipras reportedly defended the government’s...
June 17th, 2015 | Associations, Banking, Company Profiles, Finance, Markets, News, Person Profiles, Reports, Shipfinance, Statistics, Stock Markets | Read More

Give Greece a chance Mr Tsipras!

Give Greece a chance Mr Tsipras!
Whatever you read or hear in the media these days with respect  to the  Greek saga, is a part of one of the world’s biggest,  well orchestrated scams for over two thousand years. It is the mass media and in particular the media moguls who both having the backing of the masters of the geopolitical...
June 14th, 2015 | Breaking News, European Union, Organisations, Politics and Government, UN | Read More

The NOUSE interview with John Faraclas on the Greek saga…..

The NOUSE interview with John Faraclas on the Greek saga…..
  John Faraclas Following last year’s interview about the shipping industry, Greek politics and the financial crisis, John Faraclas second interview to NOUSE’s Yvonni-Stefania Efstathiou, analyses in depth some home and international thruths/issues affecting all three of the above subjects. We...
May 16th, 2015 | European Union, Military, News, Piracy and Terrorism, Politics and Government | Read More

Choice of Conium maculatum or Greek hemlock

Choice of Conium maculatum or Greek hemlock
  Dr. Andreas Koutras In Plato’s Apology, Socrates the philosopher is condemned to death by poisoning. He was found guilty of corrupting the youth of Athens and impiety towards the Gods. Drinking the Conium maculatum or hemlock was the poison of choice. The Greek government and the Greek people...
April 20th, 2015 | Comment, European Union, Insight, News, Politics and Government, Statistics, Stock Markets | Read More

GREFORM: “Our vision for GREECE”

GREFORM: “Our vision for GREECE”
The up and coming young Greeks filled the audience Rarely on a Saturday does an event attract the interest of so many as this one did earlier today at the Old Theatre, Old Building, of the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). This is the 3rd event of its kind allowing participants...
March 14th, 2015 | Academia, Associations, Banking, Bribery and Corruption, Communication, Conferences, Seminars, Forums, Consulting, Corporate Social Responsibility, Corruption, European Union, Events, Finance, HR, Legal, Maritime Fraud, Maritime Fraud, Markets, Organisations, Person Profiles, Politics and Government, Ports & Terminals, Press and Media, Shipfinance, Tourism, Trade and Commerce | Read More

Greece: what next…

Greece: what next…
John Faraclas WITHOUT PREJUDICE Greece: what next… I am sure you all know about the Mutiny on the Bounty, and many of you have seen the 1962 film… Now we see the Mutiny on SYRIZA following a statement by Manoli Glezos, a SYRIZA MEP at 91 years old and a hero of Greek Resistance during World War II....
February 23rd, 2015 | Banking, Breaking News, Bribery and Corruption, Comment, Communication, Corruption, Insight, Markets, Mergers and Acquisitions, Organisations, Politics and Government, Shipping Centers, Statistics, Stock Markets, Trade and Commerce, UN | Read More

Did events in Ukraine force the change of Greek tactics?

Did events in Ukraine force the change of Greek tactics?
Dr. Andreas Koutras Did events in Ukraine force the change of Greek tactics? by Dr. Andreas Koutras Many analysts justified the recent change of heart of the Greek government to Eurogroup’s ultimatum and the hard stance of the German finance minister and the rest of the 17 finance ministers. This...
February 20th, 2015 | Associations, Banking, Bribery and Corruption, Comment, Defense, Disputes, Energy, Environment, European Union, Finance, Immigration, Insight, News, Organisations, Piracy and Terrorism, Politics and Government, Press and Media, Religion, Reports, Sanctions, Strikes, Trade and Commerce, UN | Read More

Do not under-estimate the rise of the extreme right in Greece…

Do not under-estimate the rise of the extreme right in Greece…
From left: Dionyssis Dimitrakopoulos, Daphne Halikiopoulou, and Dimitri Vayanos Do not under-estimate the rise of the extreme right in Greece, audience at LSE Hellenic Observatory meeting is urged By James Brewer Greece has seen a continuing upsurge of extreme right-wing forces at the same time as it...
February 7th, 2015 | Associations, Conferences, Seminars, Forums, European Union, Events, Insight, Organisations, Politics and Government | Read More

The Greek Rhetoric

The Greek Rhetoric
John A. Economides The unfolding of the relations between the new Greek government and the EMU / the creditors is worrisome. With reference to possible developments some context could be helpful. John A. Economides* writes: The main fiscal problem of the Greek economy is not the debt but the public...
January 31st, 2015 | Associations, Comment, European Union, Legal, Organisations, Politics and Government, Taxation | Read More

Markets challenged by a dropping BDI

Markets challenged by a dropping BDI
John Faraclas Our fifth  weekly recapitulation of the markets, their respective main indices and world geopolitics affecting same in 2015, tonight Friday the 30th of  January, with John Faraclas of AllAboutShipping in London.  After the Midweek Blues, the BDI closed earlier this afternoon at 608...
January 30th, 2015 | Banking, Energy, Finance, Markets, News, Shipfinance | Read More

Moore Stephens says shipping must monitor developments in wake of Greek government change

Moore Stephens says shipping must monitor developments in wake of Greek government change
Michael Kotsapas International accountant and shipping adviser Moore Stephens says it is too soon to say whether the Syriza party’s victory in the country’s elections could, as some fear, have a damaging effect on the country’s shipping industry. Rather, it says, Greek shipping interests will need...
January 30th, 2015 | Accountancy, Associations, News, Politics and Government, Shipmanagement, Taxation | Read More

Greek Elections 2015: nuts and bolts…

Greek Elections 2015: nuts and bolts…
The Greek elections went well without any trouble whatsoever; fair’s fair, but technically speaking we have the nuts of Syriza and the bolts of Anel (that is the coalition partner Independent Greeks) so all things being equal we expect now to see materialised their pre-election campaign promises;...
January 26th, 2015 | News, Politics and Government, Shipping Centers | Read More

ITC- Greek Election Campaign

ITC- Greek Election Campaign
Dr. Andreas Koutras Many are asking the rather obvious question. “What is the endgame?” Clearly the answer is not an easy one. Not least because, there are many moving parts but also because the parts are moving wildly and in many ways unpredictably. Dr. Andreas Koutras from ITC writes: It has been...
January 5th, 2015 | Comment, News, People and Places, Politics and Government | Read More

Will the Greek Left Sign ‘The New Memorandum’?

Will the Greek Left Sign ‘The New Memorandum’?
Andreas Koutras Will the Greek Left Sign ‘The New Memorandum’?* by Dr. Andreas Koutras** Possible Political Consequences of an Envisaged New Greek Loan Agreement It is painful to watch the mouthpieces of Greece’s clientele-serving political parties thrashing it out on live TV over ‘primary surpluses’,...
November 1st, 2013 | Comment, European Union, Politics and Government | Read More