Greek leader faces political backlash after rail crash (Politico)

ATHENS — Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis was supposed to be preparing to call an early election — instead he’s dealing with protestors throwing Molotov cocktails at police as a wave of public rage convulses Greece following a train crash that killed 57 people. Read more :

Too close to the sun: The making and unmaking of Eva Kaili (Politico)

BRUSSELS — Eva Kaili was unhappy with the seating plan. It was a few days before POLITICO’s P28 gala dinner — a splash of glitter on the Brussels social calendar unveiling a ranking of the most powerful people in Europe — and the Greek lawmaker wanted to make sure she would be seated at a […]


The FPA was pleased to welcome Athens University law professor Nikos Alivizatos on February 9, for a comprehensive background briefing on how the Syriza electoral law of 2018 and the New Democracy electoral law of 2019 will determine parliamentary majorities in the upcoming two general elections, as well as the recent amendment banning convicted candidates […]