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  • Mayhem in Athens

    Mayhem in Athens

    On Monday February 13 at 23.00 the New Files roundtable debates the police response to yet another night of violence and destruction in Athens and elsewhere.

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  • Tax-evasion and an Open Government

    Tax-evasion and an Open Government

    Two recently resigned officials who were tasked with fighting tax-evasion and creating an open and technology-savvy new government style in the Greek public sector sit-down with Alexis Papachelas and Tasos Telloglou in a rare interview on the many lost opportunities for the restructuring of the Greek public sector. Resigned Advisor of the former Prime Minister Andreas Drymiotis and Professor Diomidis Spinellis, who left his post at the Ministry of Finance, explain their decision to the New Files and suggest new solutions for decade-long problems.

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  • Roundtable: What lies ahead

    Roundtable: What lies ahead

    On Monday November 7 at 23.00, Alexis Papachelas sits down with Press Officer of the New Democracy leading oppoisition party Giannis Michelakis and analysts Stavros Lygeros and Paschos Mandravelis to discuss what lies ahead with regards to discussions between Greece's two leading parties towards the formation of a coalition government that will secure Greece's European perspective. 

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  • ND's Giannis Michelakis

    ND's Giannis Michelakis

    On Monday November 7 at 23.00, Alexis Papachelas sits down with leading oppoisition party New Democracy's Press Officer Giannis Michelakis to discuss the latest developments with regards to the formation of a coalition government. Finance Editor of the daily Kathimerini Giannis Ziras explains the decisions reached by the critical Eurogroup meeting taking place the same night in Brussels. 

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  • former PM Konstantinos Mitsotakis

    former PM Konstantinos Mitsotakis

    On Monday October 31 former Prime Minister of Greece Konstantinos Mitsotakis sits down with Alexis Papachelas to discuss the sudden decision of the sitting Prime Minister of Greece to call of a referendum, the incidents surrounding Greece's "Oxi" day celebrations and the future of the Greek economy. 

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