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Deputy prime minister unable to hold political rally...
« on: May 22, 2014, 06:50:07 AM »
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Bondholder protesting during Evangelos Venizelos speech for the "Elia" political party election rally ahead of the second round of the regional, municipal and European Parliament elections at Benaki Museum in Athens.

http://www.demotix.com/news/4805143/bondholders-protest-during-evangelos-venizelos-speech-athens#media-4804787

I'll verify the content...  ;D the pics are original.

Venizelos is deputy prime minister and the president of PASOK and foreign affairs minister among other things...



Ihttp://journaloftheabroad.wordpress.com/2013/12/19/wealth-of-greek-politicos-on-website/n 2011, PASOK leader and government vice-president Evangelos Venizelos
declared that his Parliamentary compensation was 94,310.05 euros, 7,593
euros less compared with 2010 when his parliamentary compensation was
101,903.80 euros.

His wife earned 55,607.37 euros in 2011 and 60,049.80 in 2010.

According to the statement, Venizelos, his wife and daughter have
bank accounts with a total of 1.6 million euros, reduced by 700,000
euros compared with 2010. They also declared 128,730 euros, 61 USD and
84,444 GBP.

They also own shares and bonds. No change has been declared in the
couple’s real estate property in 2011.

 :) that was in 2011. By today, with all these jobs he holds, he must be making a bundle... Bravo Vangelis