Posts By: MeRA25 Comms

Join MERA25 Germany in Bremen on July 23

27.06.2022

We invite you to Bremen, Germany on July 23, for an event-filled day with stimulating exchanges of ideas, good music and various guests from ...

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MeRA25 slams Greece, Turkey and EU for ‘embarrassing’ attitude towards refugees

20.06.2022

MeRA25 has issued a statement calling out Greece, Turkey and the EU for their role in the continuous deaths of refugees in the Mediterranean

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MeRA25 Greece opposes Greek-American defense agreement

31.05.2022

The ratified agreement will see the US given access to three more military bases in Greece, further fueling geopolitical tensions

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Zelensky delivers insult to Greek and Cypriot parliaments – A statement by MeRA25 in Greece

8.04.2022

Zelensky insulted Greece and Cyprus by giving a platform to neo-Nazis in front of parliament while refusing to condemn Turkey's 1974 invasion

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MeRA25 MP brutally assaulted by riot police during peaceful demonstration

26.10.2021

Maria Apatzidi, MeRA25 MP, suffered a black eye and broken arm for her “audacity” to question riot police about their excessive use of force.

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A guilty verdict for Golden Dawn is only the beginning

4.10.2020

MeRA25, will be outside the Courthouse awaiting, along with many other antifascists, the guilty verdict.

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MeRA25 is reorganising and strengthening: Electing its 1st Central Committee!

7.08.2020

After the ratification of its new Statutes by all DiEM25 members, MeRA25 now needs to elect the new organs that will govern it.

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Yanis Varoufakis: The Aegean and Mediterranean should become seas of Peace, Cooperation and Shared Green Prosperity

24.07.2020

Following Greek-Turkish tensions, MeRA25 proposes an East Med Convention without foreign arbitration as a way to peace and green prosperity.

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MeRA25: One year in Parliament

9.07.2020

In less than a year, MeRA25’s parliamentary group have proven through their actions that they represent the voices of Greeks in parliament.

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