A meeting between Prime Minister Antonis Samaras and Deputy Premier Evangelos Venizelos on Thursday led to the coalition confirming that there will be a cabinet reshuffle, although a date for the ministerial changes was not set.
eKathimerini: May 30, 2014
SYRIZA leader Alexis Tsipras called his party an 'oasis in the desert' in an interview with Bloomberg news agency calling also the British UK Independence Party and the French National Front 'monstrosities.'
May 30, 2014
While Pasok received a vote for every €3.23 it received in state subsidies before the election, Syriza received a vote for every 25 cents it got
Enet: May 30, 2014
Syriza would give industry a modern civil service rid of red tape, a stable and transparent tax system, lower energy costs for industry and would take action against corrupt cartels, Alexis Tsipras tells the Hellenic Federation of Enterprises
Enet: May 29, 2014
The future of Finance Minister Yannis Stournaras and the shape that the next cabinet will take were put in doubt on Tuesday amid reports that the head of the government’s economic policy feels he is being made a political scapegoat.
eKathimerini: May 28, 2014
Potami MEPs will be 'collaborating independents' within the Progressive Alliance of Socialists & Democrats (S&D) group, which is set to be the second largest in the European parliament
Enet: May 28, 2014
Though no stranger to controversy or diatribe, the European Parliament is set to usher in its first fully-fledged neo-Nazi members, from Germany and Greece.
AFP: May 27, 2014
Pro-government media concedes result was a rebuke to the government but insists that it also ensures stability; media more sympathetic to the left hailed the fact that it was the first time a leftwing (as opposed to a socialist) party ever took first place in a nationwide election
Enet: May 27, 2014
Greece's main opposition party has formally requested an early general election after winning Sunday's vote for the European Parliament,
ABC News: May 26, 2014
With almost all the votes counted in the European Parliament elections, SYRIZA has a 3.8 percentage point lead over New Democracy but Prime Minister Antonis Samaras insists this is not enough to trigger early general elections.
eKathimerini: May 26, 2014