Greece's government named economist Gikas Hardouvelis as finance minister in a cabinet reshuffle on Monday, signalling an intent to keep up a difficult reform drive demanded by foreign lenders funding the country.
Reuters: June 9, 2014
By all accounts, the new government picked by Antonis Samaras will lead Greece to the next election, but the reshuffle is unlikely to be a game changer
Enet: June 10, 2014
Prime Minister Antonis Samaras on Monday carried out a radical overhaul of his cabinet, replacing Finance Minister Yannis Stournaras with economist and former prime-ministerial adviser Gikas Hardouvelis and introducing different faces from both coalition parties.
eKathimerini: June 9, 2014
A reshuffle of the Greek government is expected to be concluded on Wednesday amid continued speculation over who will replace Finance Minister Yannis Stournaras in one of the crisis-hit country's most crucial posts, according to sources cited by Skai on Tuesday.
eKathimerini: June 3, 2014
Ahead of EU elections on May 25, Greece's embattled government faces a first test in municipal and regional elections on Sunday as the country struggles to return to growth following years of economic crisis.
Ahram Online: May 16, 2014
The stability of the Greek government will be put at risk if the center-left Olive Tree (Elia) alliance does not perform well in the May 25 European Parliament elections, PASOK leader and Deputy Prime Minister Evangelos Venizelos said Tuesday.
eKathimerini: May 7, 2014
The Greek people should overturn the current state of affairs in the country and in Europe, main opposition SYRIZA party said in its Europarliament elections manifesto that was recently approved by the party's central committee and was released on Friday.
April 26, 2014
The Supreme Court judge Fotis Kaimenakis is the new government general secretary replacing Panagiotis Baltakos.
April 5, 2014
There is no question of national elections, government Vice President and Foreign Minister Evangelos Venizelos said.
April 1, 2014
Greece's government secured enough votes in parliament early on Monday to pass a key reform bill demanded by its international lenders, in exchange for further bailout loans to avoid default.
Reuters: March 31, 2014