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Greek Candidate Runs on Diverse Ballot in Munich Elections

A ballot that represents the new face of Munich will vie for power in the March-15 municipal elections in the German state of Bavaria. The...

Boris Johnson’s Conservatives Triumph in British Elections

Boris Johnson's Conservative Party was on course to secure a large majority in the House of Commons, putting Brexit firmly back on track and...

North Macedonia PM Zaev Resigns, Snap Elections Announced

The Prime Minister of North Macedonia announced on Saturday that his country will hold snap elections, as his government resigned over the EU's decision...

Salaries And Benefits of MEPs Dazzle Europeans In a Time of Austerity

With the European elections now behind us and political parties across the Union counting their gains and losses, the issue of the salaries and...

Inconclusive North Macedonian Presidential Election Leads to Runoff

North Macedonia's pro-Western candidate, Stevo Pendarovski, and his main rival Gordana Siljanovska-Davkova emerged from the first round of presidential elections in a tie on...

UK Greeks Must Travel to EU Member States to Vote in European Elections

Greeks living in the United Kingdom who wish to vote in the EU elections will have to travel to neighboring European Union countries to do so,...

Shots Fired During Turkish Elections (video)

The polls are closing in Turkey's first ever joint parliamentary and presidential elections, with allegations of voter fraud and intimidation at some ballot boxes...

Greece Dominates Merkel’s Re-election Bid

According to Deutsche Welle, one of Merkel's weak points is to rescue  Greece. With this strategy the Social Democratic Party (SPD) attempts to recover...

Greek Community’s Elections in Brussels

The New Democratic Movement of Brussels (ND) , came first in the recent Greek Community’s Elections in Brussels. The New Democratic Movement gathered 38%, i.e....

Greece and France: Blending of Politics

The French elections were eagerly awaited as a means to unity and hope. But while Hollande was winning the election and gathering the entire capital...