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Athens News Agency: News in English, 08-10-24

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  • [01] Athens Newspaper Headlines

  • [01] Athens Newspaper Headlines

    The Friday edition of Athens' dailies at a glance

    Minister of State and government spokesman Theodoros Roussopoulos' resignation, and Friday's debate in parliament on a main-opposition PASOK motion for setting up a House preliminary investigation committee into the Vatopedi Monastery land transactions scandal, from which the ruling New Democracy (ND) party will abstain, dominated the front-pages of Athens' newspapers on Friday.

    ADESMEFTOS TYPOS: "At last! End of Roussopoulos - And now, reshuffle?"

    APOGEVMATINI: "Plan to boost civil servants' Welfare Fund".

    AVGHI: "The government walks out - Roussopoulos resignation a blow for Karamanlis".

    AVRIANI: "PASOK should return the kickbacks it received from Siemens and then demand inquiries and preliminary investigation committees - Karamanlis, bring their looting to light before the crooks eat you alive".

    CHORA: "Martyr for Ephraim (Vatopedi Monastery abbot) - The Vatopedi scandal downed the Minister of State".

    ELEFTHERI ORA: "As the government, in fear and panic, decided abstention from the preliminary investigation committee procedures, Roussopoulos resigns".

    ELEFTHEROS: "He waited for them to escape, before resigning - An entire party defected from the preliminary investigation committee for Roussopoulos' sake".

    ELEFTHEROS TYPOS: "The 'mailman' always strikes twice - Roussopoulos resigned in order to ease the introversion - Face-to-face now with the premilinary investigation committee, and possible return to the government after December 15".

    ELEFTHEROTYPIA: "Irregular retreat - Unprecedented: The ruling party abstains from parliament".

    ESTIA: "Consecutive political mistakes - Now intimation of cover-up is created".

    ETHNOS: "Admission of defeat and guilt - Unprecedented avoidance of battle by Karamanlis and disdain of parliament".

    KATHIMERINI: "ND opts for abstention, in fear of 'leaks' (of its MPs in the vote on the PASOK motion)".

    LOGOS: "The Vatopedi 'child' (Roussopoulos) out of the government - End of era for Roussopoulos - ND decides abstention from debate on preliminary investigation committee motion".

    NIKI: "Irregular retreat by the guilty - Roussopoulos bails out, ND abstaining from the debate".

    PARASKEVI+13 (weekly): "Roussopoulos' 'exodus' unties Karamanlis' hands".

    PARASKINIO (weekly): "Finally - Karamanlis ousted Roussopoulos".

    RIZOSPASTIS: "The experience of Socialism is a precious treasure - Strong KKE - 18th Congress of counter-attack".

    TA NEA: "They're on the way out - The Karamanlis system collapsing - Roussopulos: The prime minister's right-hand-man obliged to resign".

    TO VIMA: "Alone in the Maximos Mansion (government headquarters) - Karamanlis without Roussopoulos - Who's turn next?"

    VRADYNI: "Resignation for de-escalation (of tension), following the tabling of the (Vatopedi) case file in parliament and the establishment of a parliamentary fact-finding commission" decided by all the parties in parliament in a vote Monday on the relevant motion tabled by the ruling ND party.

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