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  1. Greece fights for justice before the United Nations; by Constantine Tsaldaris, 1947
  2. Intercourse with the Greek government on the subject of education in Greece by Rufus Anderson, 1930
  3. Greece, free speech on trial: Government stifles dissent on Macedonia ([Publications] / Helsinki Watch) by Gara Lamarche, 1993
  4. Facts on Greek local government: A preliminary outline by Harold Freed Alderfer, 1950
  5. Greece: the facts, by Leslie Judah Solley, 1946
  6. Greece's struggle for freedom: Inside story by Alexander William Sheppard, 1948
  7. Fascism in Greece -: And why it happened by George Catephores, 1968
  8. Factors that led to the overthrow of the Greek government in April 1967 (USAWC research element) by Frank A Athanason, 1968
  9. The casual relationship between tax revenues and government spending in Greece: 1950-1990 (Discussion papers) by Christos Kollias, 1996
  10. United States. Dept. of Agriculture. Bureau of Agricultural Economics. Library. Agricultural economics bibliography by Annie M Hannay, 1932
  11. Greece today;: The aftermath of the refugee impact ([Stanford books in world politics]) by Eliot Grinnell Mears, 1929
  12. The antiquities of Greece; by Georg Friedrich Schömann, 1880
  13. Post-war politics in Greece, (Foreign policy reports) by Nicholas S Kaltchas, 1936
  14. King George I and the expansion of Greece (1875-1881) by George John Marcopoulos, 1968

81. Greece Adoption - Agencies Photolisting International Adoption Agency Greece
greece, government. Country name conventional long form Hellenic Republic conventional short form greece local long form Elliniki

82. Greece
24 Dec 1947 28 Aug 1949 Communist Party of greece (KKE) declares Provisional Democratic government in areas of Northern greece under its control.
return to World Statesmen Greece
to 24 Jan 1822 (de facto to 1830) 25 Mar 1821 - Jan 1822 (unofficial) 25 Mar 1821 - Jan 1822 (unofficial) Jan 1822 - 22 Dec 1978 (formally 27 Mar 1822)

Co-National Flag: 1832 - 16 Mar 1924,
10 Oct 1935 - 6 Apr 1941, 13 Oct 1944 - 1970 Adopted 22 Dec 1978
Map of Greece
Administrative divisions map
Hear National Anthem
"Hymnos eis tin Elphtherian"
(Hymn to Freedom) Text of National Anthem
Adopted 1864 Constitution
(11 Jun 1975) Capital: Athens Currency: Euro (EUR);
1833-1 Jan 2002 Drachma
(GRD) National Holiday: 25 Mar (1821)
Independence Day Population: 10,665,989 (2003) GDP: $203.3 billion (2003) Exports: $12.6 billion (2002) Imports: $31.4 billion (2002) Ethnic groups: Greek 90.4%, Macedonian 1.8%, Albanian 1.5%, Turkish 1.4%, Pomak 0.9%, Roma (Gypsy) 0.5%, other 3.2% (2000) Total Armed Forces: 159,170 (2001) Merchant marine: 813 ships (2002) Religions: Greek Orthodox 94%, Muslim 1.3%, Roman Catholic 0.5%, other 3.5% (1995) International Organizations: ANT, BIS, BSEC, BTWC, CE, CTBT, EAPC, EBRD, EIB, EU, FAO, G- 6, IAEA, IBRD, ICAO, ICC, ICCt, ICFTU, ICRM, IDA, IEA, IFAD, IFC, IFRCS, IHO, ILO, IMF, IMO, Inmarsat, Intelsat, Interpol, IOC, IOM, ISO, ITU, MTCR, NATO, NEA, NPT, NSG, NTBT, OECD, OPCW, OSCE, PCA, UN, UNCTAD, UNESCO, UNHCR, UNIDO, UPU, WCO, WEU, WFTU, WHO, WIPO, WMO, WTO, WToO, ZC Greece Index CHRONOLOGY 28 Mar 364 Eastern Roman Empire 17 Jan 395 Final division of the Roman Empire into Western

83. ODYSSEY/Greece/People
Athens. But it wasn t the only type of government in greece. Democracy gradually developed over about 2 centuries from 507318 BC.

84. Greece - Greek Law - Government - Sparta - Athens
Search. Ancient / Classical History, greece Greek Law - government Guide picks. Resources on Greek laws, governments and constitutions
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Resources on Greek laws, governments and constitutions, especially for the Athenians and Spartans.
Recent Cylon and Draco The Athenian whose laws were written not in ink but blood. Democracy Then and Now Introduction to the opinions of ancient philosophers, historians, and orators on the subject of the Athenian experiment in democracy. The Four Tribes What they were and how the four tribes of Attica functioned. The power hierarchy of the oikos, genos, phratry, and tribe. Rise of Democracy: Cylon and Draco Cylon tried to become dictator of the Athenians and Draco developed a law code with punishments so severe his name has become a synonym for such laws.

85. Fablis Directory For /Regional/Europe/Greece/Government
Information and directory resources about and for the category /Regional/Europe/greece/government. Web Directory, Quick Search
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Regional Europe Greece ... Government Government Click here to list your site See also:
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    Athens News Agency
    - Semi-official national news agency . Daily updated source for Greek foreign policy and political affairs plus news highlights from business, sport and culture. Useful biographies section on key political figures.
    Bank of Greece
    - Central Bank of Greece tasked with ensuring price stability. Provides statistics and other relevant data on the economic performance and prospects for the Greek economy. Also detailed information on the Banks history, organizational structure, assets and
    Citizen Service Centers
    - The citizen's guide to administrative processes, related applications forms and links to state agencies.
    Computer Technology Institute
    - Research and Development Institute under the supervision of the Ministry of National Education and Religious Affairs. On its site you can find an outline of the organizations history and structure, list of publications and description of current research
    Data Protection Authority
    - Supervises the implementation of Act 2472/97 and the totality of regulations pertaining to the protection of the individual with respect to the processing of personal data.

86. FORTHnet Directory: Government, Organisations & Politics
Fire Brigade (5). government (83). Insurance Fund (15). Law (104). Web page whic presents all the flags of the world. greece. Choose Region.
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  • Information about the Hellenic Civil Aviation, its history, organization and activities, security, education, publications, announcements, contact.
  • HellasGrid - Task Force

  • The Hellas Grid Task Force was established within the framework of the Information Society programme. Aim, participants, calendar, links, useful docs, contact.

  • Web page whic presents all the flags of the world Greece Choose Region Greece Thrace Macedonia Thessaloniki Epirus Thessaly Central Hellas Attiki Peloponissos Eastern Crete Western Crete Cyclades Dodecanese North Aegean Ionion Abroad var code = ''; document.write(code); FORTHnet Announcements Software Services ... FORTHnet S.A.

    87. Phantis: Government
    government by Country, Canada (2) Cyprus (11) Finland (1) France (2) Germany (3) greece (249) Italy (1) Pakistan (1) Poland (1) Slovakia (1) United Kingdom (3
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    Services Add Your Site Feedback Advertising About Phantis ... Home All Any of the words. The latest news Jun 09, 2004 Greece and Italy 'failing in security' (Guardian) Jun 08, 2004 Greece and Italy were yesterday singled out for lagging behind in intensifying efforts to improve Europe-wide coordination in the fight against terrorism.... Greece To Obtain Military Radios (Middle East Newsline) Jun 08, 2004 Greece's military has launched a contract to receive hundreds of U.S.-origin combat search-and-rescue radios.... Chinese DM meets Greek Air Force Chief of Staff (Xinhua) Jun 08, 2004 Chinese Defense Minister Cao Gangchuan met visiting Greek Air Force Chief of Staff Papanikolaou here Tuesday.... Ottawa Citizen Greece says Athens Olympics not target for terrorists (Xinhua) Jun 08, 2004 Greek Public Order Minister George Voulgarakis on Tuesday reiterated that the Olympic Games in Athens will be secure, stressing that Greece is not the target of any terrorist group, either big or small.... Sydney 'jealous' of Athens Olympics (The Australian) Jun 08, 2004

    88. Greece_About Greece
    About greece, greece Basic Facts greece government greece Development Policy. greece Basic Facts greece is a country of the Greece
    Contact Us Help/FAQ The World Bank in Europe Search ... Greece Greece_About Greece
    Greece and the World Bank
    Home About the World Bank About Greece Relationship between Greece and the World Bank
    World Bank for All Greek Publics World Bank activities in Greece Resources for ... World Bank Publication and Speakers Contact Us About Greece
    Greece : Basic Facts
    Greece : Government
    Greece : Development Policy
    Greece : Basic Facts

    Greece is a country of the Balkan peninsula in the Southeast of Europe bordering Albania, FYROM, Bulgaria and Turkey as well as the Aegean, the Ionian and the Mediterranean seas. It has a population of more than 10.6 million inhabitants, a per capita income of $11,430 (source : World Bank - World Development Indicators 2003) and a GDP of $132.8 billion (source : World Bank). Major cities are Athens and Thessaloniki.
    World Bank quick info about Greece can be found in Greece at a glance and statistical data extracted from the World Bank's World Development Indicators 2003 database can be found here
    Greece : Government
    Greece has been a Republic with a parliamentary system of government since 1975.

    89. PlanetGR! Travel - The CIA Report On Greece - Government
    form greece local long form Elliniki Dhimokratia local short form Ellas or Ellada former Kingdom of greece Data code GR government type parliamentary
    planet GR! Home Travel The CIA Report on Greece The CIA Report On Greece Geography The People Government Economy ... Communications
    G O V E R N M E N T
    Country name:
    conventional long form: Hellenic Republic conventional short form: Greece local long form: Elliniki Dhimokratia local short form: Ellas or Ellada former: Kingdom of Greece
    Data code: GR
    Government type: parliamentary republic; monarchy rejected by referendum 8 December 1974
    Capital: Athens
    Administrative divisions: 51 prefectures (nomoi, singular - nomos)and 1 autonomous region*; Ayion Oros* (Mt. Athos), Aitolia kai Akarnania, Akhaia, Argolis, Arkadhia, Arta, Attiki, Dhodhekanisos, Drama, Evritania, Evros, Evvoia, Florina, Fokis, Fthiotis, Grevena, Ilia, Imathia, Ioannina, Irakleion, Kardhitsa, Kastoria, Kavala, Kefallinia, Kerkyra, Khalkidhiki, Khania, Khios, Kikladhes, Kilkis, Korinthia, Kozani, Lakonia, Larisa, Lasithi, Lesvos, Levkas, Magnisia, Messinia, Pella, Pieria, Preveza, Rethimni, Rodhopi, Samos, Serrai, Thesprotia, Thessaloniki, Trikala, Voiotia, Xanthi, Zakinthos
    Independence: 1829 (from the Ottoman Empire)
    National holiday: Independence Day, 25 March (1821) (proclamation of the war of independence)

    90. In Greece, Use A GameBoy, Go To Jail | CNET
    The Greek government has banned all electronic games across the country, including Thousands of tourists in greece are unknowingly facing heavy fines or long

    91. Greece Law & Government
    by Practice Area, Lawfirm by State, Lawfirm by Country. State government, State Judiciary, State Legislative, greece Law government.

    92. - Government Of Greece
    short form greece local long form Elliniki Dhimokratia local short form Ellas or Ellada former Kingdom of greece. government type parliamentary republic
    Home Explore Pictures Stories ... Accommodation Search: Navigation: Home Explore Greece / Government Government of Greece Locations: A B C D ... Search Country name: conventional long form:  Hellenic Republic
    conventional short form:  Greece
    local long form:  Elliniki Dhimokratia
    local short form:  Ellas or Ellada
    former:  Kingdom of Greece Government type: parliamentary republic; monarchy rejected by referendum 8 December 1974 Capital: Athens Administrative divisions: 51 prefectures (nomoi, singular - nomos)and 1 autonomous region*; Ayion Oros* (Mt. Athos), Aitolia kai Akarnania, Akhaia, Argolis, Arkadhia, Arta, Attiki, Dhodhekanisos, Drama, Evritania, Evros, Evvoia, Florina, Fokis, Fthiotis, Grevena, Ilia, Imathia, Ioannina, Irakleion, Kardhitsa, Kastoria, Kavala, Kefallinia, Kerkyra, Khalkidhiki, Khania, Khios, Kikladhes, Kilkis, Korinthia, Kozani, Lakonia, Larisa, Lasithi, Lesvos, Levkas, Magnisia, Messinia, Pella, Pieria, Preveza, Rethimni, Rodhopi, Samos, Serrai, Thesprotia, Thessaloniki, Trikala, Voiotia, Xanthi, Zakinthos Independence: 1829 (from the Ottoman Empire) National holiday: Independence Day, 25 March (1821)

    93. Olympics 2004: Give The Strays Of Greece A Sporting Chance Petition
    The Olympics 2004 give the strays of greece a sporting chance Petition to The Greek government was created by and written by PAWEurope.
    Olympics 2004: give the strays of Greece a sporting chance
    View Current Signatures Sign the Petition To: The Greek Government We, the undersigned, call upon the Prime Minister of Greece, Mr. Costas SIMITIS; the Minister of Agriculture, Mr. Georgios DRYS and the Minister of Tourism, Mr. Dimitrios GREGORAKIS, to have stray dogs and cats in Athens, and elsewhere in Greece, sterilized, checked, tagged and released instead of homed in shelters or killed, as the country prepares to host the 2004 Olympic Games. We also call upon said Ministers to implement a nation-wide education program focusing on the importance of responsible pet ownership.
    In preparation for the 2004 Olympic Games, it is feared that the Greek government is going to deal with the problem of stray animals, especially in and around Athens, by mass poisoning them. Government representatives deny this and profess shock at such a 'rumor'. However, owned and stray animals in Greece are poisoned en masse every year already; it is common practice to throw poison in the quiet of the night and remove the bodies before dawn. Documented witness reports of this practice are abundant and have even been shown on Greek television.
    31 Greek animal welfare societies have set up a petition suggesting a full-scale neutering program of all dogs and cats. There is money available for this to be done. But the Greek Minister of Agriculture, among others, is apparently proposing that this money be spent on the setting up of shelters for the strays. We don’t support this idea. Who will pay for the running costs? What qualifications will those who run the shelters have? How will their actions be inspected? Who will be the inspectors? What method will be used to put down the animals? And what will happen to the shelters and animals after the Olympics are over?

    94. EUROPA - The EU At A Glance - European Governments On-line - Greece
    portal page giving access to the websites of all government ministries and Affairs website offers very detailed background information on greece, ranging from

    European Governments

    Austria Belgium ... Other European countries
    The official website of the Greek Government posts transcripts of speeches and statements made by the Prime Minister, together with biographical details on each member of the Government.
    Users can consult extensive descriptions of the basic policies of the Greek Government as regards the economy, infrastructure, quality of life, social policy and foreign affairs. There is a special news and current affairs section.
    Site in Greek and for the most part also in English
    The Prime Minister's site contains a description of the functions carried out by the members of his Office, and also makes available transcripts of speeches by and interviews with the Prime Minister.
    The site contains also a portal page giving access to the websites of all government ministries and a historical database.
    Site in Greek and for the most part also in English
    The Ministry of Foreign Affairs website offers very detailed background information on Greece, ranging from the text of the Greek constitution to practical information for tourists. It also contains contact details for all the Greek embassies and consulates abroad, and for foreign representations in Greece. There is a special section for Greek expatriates.
    Users can also follow current affairs in Greece online by consulting official press releases or using the link to the main national media.

    95. Columbus World Travel Guide - Europe - Greece - History And Government
    World Travel Guide greece - History and government - includes information on the constitution and politics.
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    History: The EU has also been at the heart of Greek foreign policy and although Greece has occasionally found itself at odds with its partners on a number of important issues, it has derived important dividends from this approach. One of these has been a slow but steady improvement in relations with Turkey, which itself aspires to EU membership: despite common membership of NATO, bilateral relations between Turkey and Greece have historically been among the worst between any two European countries. The principal causes are the continuing division of Cyprus (see Cyprus section) and control of territorial waters in the Aegean Sea. But the accession of Greek-controlled Cyprus to the EU in 2004 may act as a catalyst to a final resolution of that problem: indeed, Greece has now explicitly backed Turkey’s own EU application. Greece also keeps a wary eye on the Balkan states to its north. Independence for the Former Yugoslav Republic Of Macedonia (FYROM) was initially blocked by Greece before a complete settlement between the two countries was agreed in 1995 (see

    96. Greece Human Rights News - Media Monitoring Service By EIN News
    of the slaying. stand by our own basic values. In greece, government spokesman Theodoros Roussopoulos said the execution"","splash_page", "fullscreen=yes,toolbar=no,status=yes,menubar=no,scrollbars=no,resizable=yes,directories=no,location=no,left=0,top=0") Bookmark this page
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    97. Types Of Government In Ancient Greece
    Suggested Cites on Greek Civilization Web Page Archaic government In Ancient Athens government in greece Administrative Justice In Ancient greece Politics of
    T y p e s o f G o v e r n m e n t i n
    A n c i e n t G r e e c e
    By Kristen Porter
    Ancient Greece is commonly known for the origins of democracy. However, what cam before democracy? Before democracy there were three types of government. Monarchy, oligarchies, and tyrants were the early government in ancient Greece. Here are some short definitions of the types of governments. Most city states progressed through these governments to reach democracy.
    - City - states like Mycenae, Tiryns, and Thebes show evidence of kings. Kings/monarchy are rulers of a kingdom. Oligarchy - Oligarchy is the rule of the few. A council of the wealthy made up this government. Tyrants - A tyrant (tyrannos) was a dictator placed there by the people. Tyrants was a word relating to a popular leader.
    Suggested Cites on Greek Civilization Web Page:
    Archaic Government In Ancient Athens

    Government in Greece

    Administrative Justice In Ancient Greece

    Politics of Sparta

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    Suggested Reading: The Greek Tyrants By A. Andrews

    98. Index Of Economic Freedom 2004 - Countries
    by the Greek civil administration—are considered to be the greatest impediment to investing and operating in greece.” The government has created the

    99. Ethnic Albanians In Greece-The Offical Stance Of The Greek Government On The Que
    Ethnic Albanians in greece The Offical Stance of the Greek government on the Question. The government maintains that greece is a “homogeneous” country.).
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    Ethnic Albanians in Greece
    The Offical Stance of the Greek Government on the Question
    - Denial of ethnic identity, brutal forms of assimilation, restrictions on the cultural rights and harassment against minority leaders are the main methods employed by Greece against its ethnic minorities. Ethnic Albanians are subject to these treatments as well. - Official Greek allegations that both northern and southern Epirus are historically greek lands are in dispute with the historical facts. The famous King Pirro, who founded the Kigdom of Epir in III. Century AD is called “Barbarian”, namely “not Greek”, in the writings of many greek historians. As the Western sources confirmed, the Epirus region has always been ethnically Albanian. - Even supposing that Cham people cooperated with Nazis during the second World War, the repatriation of the greeks who collaborated with Nazis during the second World War with general amnesties in 1970s as against the violent expulsion of 300.000 Cham Albanians from the lands that bequeathed to them from their forefathers, is bitter evidence of the chauvinist approach of the Greek government against ethnic minorities. - While the Greek political leaders demand from the Albanian government to recognize the minority rights of the Greeks in northern Epirus, they vehemently deny the existence of an Albanian minority in Greece.

    100. Political Resources On The Net - Greece 1:4
    The Constitution by ICL. Elections in greece by Wilfried Derksen. Politics By HRNet. government/Politics By Elections All about elections in greece.

    Last updated: The Constitution The Constitution by ICL Elections in Greece by Wilfried Derksen Politics By HR-Net Government/Politics By Elections All about elections in Greece Panellino Socialistiko Kinima (PASOK) Pan-Hellenic Socialist Movement PASOK Thessaloniki Neolaia PASOK Youth Organization Nea Dimokratia New Democracy ONNED - Organosi Neon Neas Dimokratias Youth Organisation of Nea Dimokratia ONNED in Germany Komounistiko Komma Elladas (KKE) Communist Party Communist Youth of Greece Synaspismos Coalition of the Left and Progress Neolaia Synaspismou Youth League of Synaspismos Dimokratiki Kinoniku Kinima - DHKKI Democratic Social Movement Oi Fileleytheroi (The Liberals) The liberal political party of Greece The Nationalist Party of Greece Centre for the Development of Ideas for Greece in the 21st Century Elliniko Metopo Hellenic Front Komma Ellinidon Gynaikon Hellenic Women Political Party Radical Left Front Agonistiko Sosialistiko Komma Elladas (Aske) Militant Socialist Party of Greece Komma Ellinismou Hellenism Party Rainbow Human rights movement of the Macedonian minority in Republic of Greece Hellenic Nationalist Page Kritiki Etinikofronon Komma Cretan Nationalist Party Oikologoi Prasinoi Green Party of Greece Sosialistiko Ergatiko Komma Socialist Workers Party LA.O.S.

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