Retrieved 13 July Mariliza Xenogiannakopoulou Culture and Sports: On 22 June, Tsipras presented a new Greek proposal, which included raising the retirement age gradually to 67 and curbing early retirement. Sia Anagnostopoulou Research and Innovation: At the beginning of May , in a speech in Berlin , he clarified many of his positions, in opposition to the allegedly Merkel -dominated neoliberal political course in Europe. After the press conference, Renzi presented Tsipras with an Italian tie as a gift. Tsipras furthermore asserted that the country had regained its sovereignty to determine its own future, reaching a destination that would allow the Greeks “to make our place as it deserves to be.
Retrieved 17 May Leaders of the Opposition of Greece since Ilias Kasidiaris from the Golden Dawn was present at an anti-mosque protest in Athens on 4 November In the early s, as a student at Ampelokipoi Multi-disciplinary High School, he was politically active in the student uprising and the school occupations  against the controversial law of Education Minister Vasilis Kontogiannopoulos. Alongside his postgraduate studies, he began working as a civil engineer in the construction industry. Uncalled saviors who think that they can determinate life and death.
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In the electionhe was elected to the Hellenic Parliament for Athens A and was subsequently voted unanimously to be the head of the Syriza parliamentary group. On 13 JanuaryGreece Defence Minister Panos Kammenos and his Independent Greeks party quit Greece’s ruling coalition over a deal struck on the Macedonia naming disputepotentially leaving the governing coalition without a workable majority in parliament.
Retrieved 20 August Archived from the original on 20 May Leader of the Opposition — Trading in Greek stocks and bonds halted as well.
On 3 February, Tsipras made his first official state visit, meeting with his Italian counterpart Matteo Renzi in Rome. Heads of government of Greece.
Inhe was named by TIME magazine as one of the most influential people globally. Leaders of NATO member states.
On 14 August, the Greek parliament backed the country’s new bailout deal, although more than 40 MPs from Syriza voted against the deal and Tsipras tssipras to rely on the support of the pro-EU opposition: After opposition parties failed to form a government, Vassiliki Thanou-Christophilou was curricuum as an interim prime minister until elections can be held.
In JanuaryTsipras led Syriza to victory currivulum a snap legislative electionwinning out of seats in the Hellenic Parliament and forming a coalition with the Independent Greeks. Archived from the original on 24 August Retrieved 17 May — via www. Retrieved 22 May Retrieved 13 July On 20 AugustTsipras resigned from position of the Prime Minister of Greece due to the rebellion of MPs from his own party Syriza and called for a snap election.
The confidence vote was followed by the successful ratification of the Greek parliament with votes of the Prespa Agreement, an agreement which resolved a long-standing dispute and named Greece’s northern neighbour as North Macedonia.
In the early s, as a student at Ampelokipoi Multi-disciplinary High School, he was politically active in the student uprising and the school occupations  against the controversial law of Education Minister Vasilis Kontogiannopoulos.
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On 27 JuneTsipras announced a referendum to decide whether or not Greece should accept the bailout conditions proposed jointly by the Juncker Commissionthe International Monetary Fund and the European Central Bank.
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Assumed office 4 October On the same day he was sworn in by President Karolos Papoulias as the youngest Prime Minister in Greek history sinceusing the words “I cyrriculum in my name, honour and conscience to uphold the Constitution and its laws. Alekos Flambouraris Daily Citizenship issues State: