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Former defense minister Akis Tsochatzopoulos, who is serving a 20-year sentence for money laundering at Attica’s high-security Korydallos Prison was transferred to the Ippokrateio hospital in Athens on Friday to undergo by-pass surgery next week.Last month, Tsochatzopoulos’s lawyers had asked for the early release of the 77-year-old, citing health problems and saying that they fear for his life.The court deemed, however, that the former minister’s continued residence at Korydallos Prison “would not cause irreparable damage” to his health.

dangerous phenomena | comment | ekathimerini.com

The phenomenon of Artemis Sorras – the self-proclaimed trillionaire who has set up a movement, with membership fees, and claims to be ready to pay off Greece’s debt – should be something that causes grave concern.What it illustrates – and this is the crux of the matter – is that the more society is pushed toward poverty and desperation, the more people will be ready to believe any politician or fraudster promising a solution, however ludicrous.The justice system has taken too long in dealing with this individual, displaying unjustified laxity in its task of protecting the public interest.Finally, however, it is stepping in and that is a good thing, even if it may end up being too little, too late.It is imperative that the country’s institutions do their jobs to protect society from such da

tread carefully | comment | ekathimerini.com

The aggression being displayed by Turkey in the Aegean Sea over the past couple of months is cause for great concern and Athens needs to act with determination while keeping a cool head in its responses.Turkey is in the grips of a major domestic crisis following last summer’s failed coup, and the risk of an “accident” either because it is planned or because of overzealousness on the part of certain players is very present indeed.However, the effort launched by Constantine Karamanlis in 1975 to reach an agreement with Turkey that would settle territorial disputes in the Aegean once and for all should by no means be abandoned.That said, for any such effort to come to a successful conclusion, Turkey needs to finally express its interest in and commitment to good-neighborly relations and peace

political will | comment | ekathimerini.com

One hopes that the gloomy reality will scare Greece’s leftist-led coalition government into overcoming its ideological fixations and political inhibitions that have been putting the brakes on the completion of the second review of the country’s third international bailout.A review on the bailout progress has dragged on for months and the delay has already caused a great deal of damage to the Greek economy.Failure to complete the process by May, a deadline set by several government officials, will mean that Greece will find it extremely difficult, if not impossible, to return to growth. Meanwhile Greece’s lending institutions will find themselves in a very difficult position.There is no doubt that what Athens needs right now is strong political will to break the deadlock with foreign credit

abominable behavior | comment | ekathimerini.com

The behavior we saw on Wednesday from hundreds of farmers who descended on Athens from Crete to protest increases in social security benefits and taxes was nothing short of abominable.It makes absolutely no difference whether they are right or wrong in their demands, as nothing can justify the violence and vulgarity they displayed.Who they were directing their anger toward – those in power – is also irrelevant.The only important thing we can take away from this incident is that no organized, democratic state can tolerate the kind of violence we saw unfolding yesterday in downtown Athens.If all responsible political parties fail to condemn these acts, there will come a day not too far from now when they will rue it. After all, the governing party did everything it could to legitimize violen

investment obsessions | comment | ekathimerini.com

The privatization of the port of Piraeus was one of several major investment projects in Greece that was fiercely battled by opponents.Nevertheless, the project went ahead and today the country's biggest port is bringing in much-needed revenues and creating jobs. Yet the naysayers do not seem to have learned their lesson from this example and they don’t appear to have drawn any conclusions.Another major investment, the sale of the former airport at Elliniko on Athens’s southern coast, has been up in the air for years, ensnarled in red tape and opposed by different groups harboring all sorts of outdated obsessions.The government, from the prime minister on down, claims to be keen to see this project go ahead, but it seems unable to get the message through to the officials at the various min

costly fantasies | comment | ekathimerini.com

Analysts who warned that the Greek economy was in danger of entering a fresh period of decline have been proved right.Being completely out of touch with the real economy, the country’s leftist-led coalition deemed it could keep raising taxes forever and get away with it. At the same time, it halted payments by the state to third parties in the name of yet another purportedly bold negotiation strategy.Reality struck back hard against the government’s irresponsible fantasies on Monday as revised figures by the country’s statistics service showed the Greek economy contracted from October to December after two quarters of growth.Despite all that, ruling officials prefer to put their ideological obsessions and partisan concerns before the common good. And so they keep delaying the completion of

illogical behavior | comment | ekathimerini.com

The rolling strikes that we have been seeing in recent weeks on fixed-line modes of transport in the Greek capital might possibly be legal, insofar as the strict letter of the law is concerned, but they are undoubtedly abusive in essence.This is the case firstly because unionists and their ilk have no right to determine which organization should be able to profit from the commercial exploitation of public transport stations and other facilities managed by STASY, the company that oversees fixed-track modes of public transport in the capital.Secondly, a law paving the way for the commercial exploitation of stations has already been approved in Greece’s Parliament.But thirdly, and most significantly, the action is abusive because citizens have to put up with an unbelievable level of inconveni

tactical silence | comment | ekathimerini.com

When it comes to issues of national significance, how they are presented and by whom is always important, particularly if that person is in a responsible position. Naturally such issues are rich fodder for the media and are propagated with alarming speed, usually under catchy titles, but this serves no purpose in solving the real problem.Greece has often paid a high toll when national sentiment has been pushed too far. In one case, the Turks reached all the way to Domokos because an elite had stirred public sentiment into a frenzy without first considering the overall situation. We also have a terrible record in allowing such issues to divide us into those who think Greece needs to take back Constantinople and those who confuse realpolitik with finding any solution to whatever problem, reg

turkish paradoxes | comment | ekathimerini.com

What Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is trying to accomplish is perfectly clear: He wants to win the April 16 referendum on constitutional reform and thus gain the enhanced powers his ambitious nature so covets, some of which he already enjoys after turning last summer’s failed coup into an opportunity. His strategy is also clear: criminalizing any opposition, be it in actions or mere words, mainly at the expense of journalists and the Kurds, as well as condemning in summary fashion anyone perceived as being pro-Gulen. The second part of his strategy involves exporting his edginess and bullying rhetoric, first and foremost to the Aegean at the expense of Greece, and then to the European Union in a bid to win favor among Gray Wolves voters.The Turkish president is also trying to stro

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decision time | comment | ekathimerini.com

A veteran German politician recently said that “it’s high time the chancellor made up her mind about Greece.” We certainly are at a crossroads, and Angela Merkel’s decision will weigh heavily on developments surrounding Greece.A key issue is whether the German leader will bypass her stubborn finance minister, Wolfgang Schaeuble, and give the green light for a swift deal on medium-term debt relief and – obviously – smaller budget surpluses much earlier than 2025. Without such a deal, the holy grail of quantitative easing (QE) will likely remain elusive, while Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras will have very few incentives to put his signature on paper.No one can predict to what extent Merkel will be able to get around Schaeuble and his ministry, which insist that any discussion on Greek d

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Tsochatzopoulos hospitalizedTAGS:PoliticsFormer defense minister Akis Tsochatzopoulos, who is serving a 20-year sentence for money laundering at Attica’s high-security Korydallos Prison was transferred to the Ippokrateio hospital in Athens on Friday to undergo by-pass surgery next week.Last month, Tsochatzopoulos’s lawyers had asked for the early release of the 77-year-old, citing health problems and saying that they fear for his life.The court deemed, however, that the former minister’s continued residence at Korydallos Prison “would not cause irreparable damage” to his health.  OnlinePRINT
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