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... Athanasios Angelopoulos, Greek academic, professor of Pastoral Theology ... prosecutor in the sensational case of the assassination of the left-wing member of parliament Grigoris Lambrakis, committed on 22 May 1963 in Thessaloniki by far-right extremists ... On 9 March 1985 he was elected by the Greek Parliament as President of the Hellenic Republic for one 5-year term, succeeding Konstantinos Karamanlis ...
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... On February 1, 2013, Greek news site DefenseNet (www.defencenet.gr), citing Canadian newspaper sources, reported that Academi had been hired to provide security service to the Greek Parliament ... contract is alleged to have been signed by former Parliament President Evangelos Meimarakis, a close associate of former prime minister Costas Karamanlis ... During Meimarakis' tenure, the Greek Parliament had been repeatedly surrounded by thousands of demonstrators chanting "Burn, burn, let that brothel burn." Meimarakis, known for his colourful language, had ...
... while 150 university facilities across the country had been taken over according to the Greek Ministry of Education ... Front (PAME) in central Athens from Omonoia Square to the Greek Parliament, drawing around 5000 people ... simply bore the message, "Resistance," in Greek, English, Spanish and German ...
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