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Macedonian Press Agency: News in English, 03-07-16

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From: The Macedonian Press Agency at http://www.mpa.gr and http://www.hri.org/MPA.


CONTENTS

  • [01] FRONT AGAINST HIGH PRICES
  • [02] THE MECHANICAL HEART DID NOT LAST
  • [03] THOMADAKIS ASKS FOR LEGAL ORDER FOR AUDIT
  • [04] GREEK TEENS IN WORLD FINAL FOUR
  • [05] KAKLAMANIS MEETS ITALIAN PRESIDENT
  • [06] NO PARTICIPATION CERTIFICATE FOR ARIS FC

  • [01] FRONT AGAINST HIGH PRICES

    Athens, 16 July 2003 (08:53 UTC+2)

    Measures to deal with overcharging were decided on by the government, which is moving to strict checks to eradicate overcharging, while it is instituting the consumer's advocate. The issue of high prices, however, cannot be confronted with meetings and wishes. High prices are fed by bad financial policy, a ravenous public sector and the waste of the Simitis government, commented ND. There was criticism from the Coalition and DIKKI. A new meeting is to be held on tourist areas, while the rising trend in inflation will begin subsiding by next month, foresaw the Governor of the Bank of Greece, who seems optimistic regarding the economy.

    [02] THE MECHANICAL HEART DID NOT LAST

    Thessaloniki, 16 July 2003 (09:11 UTC+2)

    Fifty-four year old Charalambos Nenoglou lost the struggle for life after undergoing a mechanical heart transplant at the Interbalkan Medical Center of Thessaloniki. The 54-year-old exhibited a heart hemorrhage after the operation.

    [03] THOMADAKIS ASKS FOR LEGAL ORDER FOR AUDIT

    Athens, 16 July 2003 (09:11 UTC+2)

    The President of the Stock Market Committee Stavros Thomadakis, who briefed the parliament's Transparency Committee yesterday, pointed out that it is not necessary for the Committee receive a legal order to move to the auditing of politicians' stock market transactions from a legal regulation, but that it can receive that order from the President of the Parliament.

    [04] GREEK TEENS IN WORLD FINAL FOUR

    Thessaloniki, 16 July 2003 (11:32 UTC+2)

    The teenagers' national basketball team of Greece qualified for the for the final four of the world championship, after defeating Turkey with 79-58. Schortsianitis was the game's top scorer with 23 points, followed by Vasilopoulous with 18 and Vasiliadis with 15.

    [05] KAKLAMANIS MEETS ITALIAN PRESIDENT

    Athens, 16 July 2003 (15:35 UTC+2)

    The excellent relations between Greece and Italy and the will for further development of the two countries' cooperation in the course of the EU's enlargement and the deepening of its institutions, as well as in the framework of Mediterranean cooperation, were underlined by the President of the Parliament Apostolos Kaklamanis and the President of the Italian Republic Carlo Azeglio Ciampi during their meeting today.

    Mr. Kaklamanis mentioned the essential contribution of the two peoples to European unification and the role they are called to play in the creation of the European Constitution and the founding of institutions that are decisive for the future of Europe.

    The President of the Parliament stressed that Cyprus' accession to the EU is a very positive factor of stability and development for the broader region, while he underlined that Cyprus' unity must be restored and the Turkish occupation forces must be withdrawn from the member of the European family.

    Mr. Kaklamanis agreed with the Italian President that the future of Europe is still connected to the restoration of peace and stability in the Middle East, pointing out that requirements for that are the creation of an independent and sovereign Palestinian state, as well as consolidation of the security of the people of Israel.

    In ending, the President of the Parliament referred to the close cooperation between the Greek and Italian Parliaments, and the institution of the Euro-Mediterranean form as a permanent institution, to promote the strengthening of relations among Mediterranean countries and making the Mediterranean a center for cooperation, development and friendship for its people.

    The President of the Italian Republic thanked Mr. Kaklamanis for his warm hospitality, underlining that there are very broad fields of cooperation between the two countries, which must be developed.

    [06] NO PARTICIPATION CERTIFICATE FOR ARIS FC

    Thessaloniki, 16 July 2003 (09:12 UTC+2)

    Thessaloniki's historic team Aris FC, is having to face up to the possibility that it may not be able to receive the participation certificate for the next major league championship, after it won its participation in UEFA with last year's championship. The Arab-Spanish potential buyers announced they were walking away from the team, while former Aris FC President N. Tsarouchas appealed to all team fans to participate in the new effort for the teams salvation.


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