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Athens News Agency: News in English, 08-04-06

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  • [01] Athens Newspaper Headlines

  • [01] Athens Newspaper Headlines

    The Sunday editions of Athens' dailies at a glance

    Opinion polls tracking public reaction to Greece's veto to NATO accession for the neighbouring Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, ties with the U.S. and changes in labour relations dominated the headlines in Athens' dailies on Sunday.

    ADESMEFTOS TYPOS: "Abroad we're doing well! What about at home?"

    APOGEVMATINI: "Karamanlis 'veto' approved by 92.8% - 74% consider Greece's position stronger after NATO summit"

    AVGI: "'Doped' veto - Image of [Prime Minister Costas] Karamanlis as 'triumphant hero' being created"

    AVRIANI: "Karamanlis envisions great patriotic party"

    CHORA: "Secret contacts leading to the veto - The meetings, the crucial calls, the arguments"

    ELEFTHERI ORA: "It's their fault - Didn't they know? Did they not want to? Or were they not able?" (refers to the history of Yugoslavia's break-up in 1991, criticising the then Mitsotakis government in Greece for accepting this too easily.)

    ELEFTHEROS TYPOS: "Karamanlis' veto and the battle with Bush behind closed doors"

    EPOCHI: "Doping with a veto on lifting social burdens" (play on words, comparing doping scandal involving Greek weight-lifting team with "spin efforts" employed by government communications team to 'play down' the heavy load placed on lower incomes in society.

    ETHNOS: "The underground war for the energy pipelines - the background of the great diplomatic battle in Bucharest".

    ELEFTHEROTYPIA: "Letter from Skopje - 'Dialogue' after the veto. A cool-headed voice from FYROM records the new state of affairs in the country" (features letter to Greeks written by the chief editor of a FYROM newspaper, a reply by the paper and comments by a former US diplomat)

    KATHIMERINI: "[UN mediator for the name issue Matthew] Nimetz appears in the wings once more with 'Nova Makedonija'" (claims Greek veto has given Athens a new edge in negotiations for a solution of the name issue with FYROM)

    LOGOS: "The internal 'repercussions' of the veto - Government aspiring to political benefits ...via Bucharest"

    NIKI: "Government tricks for harsh measures - They are covering up a new anti-popular raid with the Skopje issue"

    PARON: "Standing up against Bush - RASS opinion poll: 96.8% 'yes' to PM"

    PROTO THEMA: "The veto was raised by the people...who won a 'lost cause'"

    RIZOSPASTIS: "Let us avert all anti-labour reversals demanding the satisfaction of all needs"

    VIMA: "The 'lame duck' and the fears of Costas Karamanlis - What Washington's planning - What Athens expects.

    VRADYNI: "Major changes in labour relations - move to allow unlimited dismissals"

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