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OUR APPROACH PDF Print E-mail
International Relations-Government

International relations have proved, increasingly, decisive for the internal governance of a country, as they act as a dominant direction and as a catalyst in influencing affairs in the country's interior. For this reason, we must, as citizens and as peoples, adopt a position on the matter of international relations with values, principles, and aims, in such a way that international relations do not expunge us from the field of political developments, but become the object of our good will and of our creative ideas.

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The illusion of European superiority Print E-mail
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Optical_illusion-03_commonCrises are not overcome angry thinking and reaction or by constant comparison and by a feeling of inferiority with regard to others, but by a sound comprehension, individually and collectively, of the actual situation and with the truth and the fundamental principles of life as the sole judge. These fundamental principles are unfailingly moral, though they bear no relation to conventional petty social morality. We believe that these principles for our times are: Liberty - Equality - Fraternity.
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The old regime with the modern ideas (by Demosthenes Kyriazis) Print E-mail
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democraciaThe old regime
This form of government has been developed in Greece 5000 years ago and named Δημοκρατία, Democracy. The term comes from the Greek words Δήμος(demos) =set of citizens and   Κράτος (Kratos) = Power. Therefore Democracy means the power of the citizens.

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Corruption decomposes the Democracy or the false Democracy breeds the corruption? (by Demosthenes Kyriazis) PDF Print E-mail
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Parliament of GreeceMEP and former Minister Mrs. Marietta Giannakou in an article in Kathimerini of 06.29.2014 makes important findings about the corruption that exists in the Greek state and the causes that created it. Title of the article is: "Corruption decomposes the Democracy».
The opinions and information contained in this article, on both the forms and the causes of corruption, and on the measures to be taken to combat it, are reliable and weighty. However, the conclusion that strongly expressed in the title of the article: "Corruption decomposes the Democracy", is wrong, if not misleading. This conclusion contradicts both with logic and experience as well as with the law of social systems' entropy.

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