11.02.2012 Anyway, former Prime Minister and PASOK party leader George Papandreou spoke this morning, and gave one of the best apologies we've heard in politics. From Nick Malkoutzis, deputy editor of newspaper Ekathimerini ...
Georgios A. Papandreou (born 16 June 1952), commonly anglicised to George and shortened to Γιώργος (Yórgos,) in Greek, is a Greek politician who served as Prime Minister of Greece following his party's victory in the 2009 legislative election. Belonging to a political dynasty of long standing, he previously served as Minister for National Education and Religious Affairs (1988–1989 and 1994–1996) and Minister for Foreign Affairs from 1999 to 2004. Following his grandfather Georgios Papandreou and his father Andreas Papandreou, he was the third member of the Papandreou family to serve as the country's prime minister. Papandreou was leader of the Panhellenic So…t Movement (PASOK) party from February 2004 until March 2012, and President of the So…t International since January 2006. George Papandreou became the 182nd Prime Minister of Greece on 6 October 2009. He resigned on 11 November 2011 to make way for a national unity government charged with tackling the Greek government debt crisis.
02.11.2012 [New Statesman] - The absolute majority the People's Party (PP) holds in parliament is comparable to that which George Papandreou's PASOK enjoyed following its overwhelming victory in the 2009 election. The rapid collapse PASOK suffered thereafter (as its unpopular
01.11.2012 [New Statesman] - PASOK, which won 43.9 per cent of the vote and a majority in 2009 under George Papandreou, is now on 7.2 per cent after betting the farm on the Trokia's austerity. Its votes are now mainly split between Syriza and New Democracy. The story is similar
01.11.2012 [Informazione libera net1news] - Syriza, il partito di sinistra anti-troika ha infatti è visto negarsi in parlamento la richiesta di far riferire l'ex premier del Pasok George Papandreou sul caso della lista Lagarde mentre il governo conservatore di Samaras, sostenuto anche dai
29.10.2012 [Irish Times] - ... this month and after it emerged that two former finance ministers under former Pasok prime minister George Papandreou – George Papaconstantinou and his successor Evangelos Venizelos – failed to push the revenue authorities to comb it for tax evaders.
28.10.2005 George Papandreou (current leader of PASOK, the main Greek opposition party) has been in London discussing various issues with Ken Livingstone (the elected mayor of London), including the return of the Elgin Marbles.
21.10.2012 [Greek Reporter] - Three years ago, PASOK won the elections with 44 percent of the vote, putting its then-leader George Papandreou, a two-time loser in previous polls, in office after he told Greeks that, “The money is there.” It wasn't, of course, so Papandreou had to
19.10.2012 [Greek Reporter] - The biggest surprise, however, was the 5.5 percent given to PASOK, less than half the 12.3 percent it won in June. The party had 44 percent of the vote in the 2009 elections which it won, but is disappearing after former premier George Papandreou's
18.10.2012 [Greek Reporter] - Athens has seen hundreds of anti-austerity protests over the past three years, since Greece revealed it had lied about its economic statistics. Former Prime Minister and then PASOK leader George Papandreou had to ask for a bailout, but it came with
22.10.2012 [The Indypendent] - But the resistance movement has proven able to bring down governments already in the past two years--first, the PASOK government of George Papandreou and then its technocratic successor of Lucas Papadimos. The goal of ongoing political general strike
25.10.2012 [cand.com] - A.Tsochatzopoulos còn là người đồng chí thân cận của Thủ tướng Andreas Papandreou (1919-1996), vị thủ lĩnh kỳ cựu của PASOK và cũng là thân phụ của cựu Thủ tướng George Papandreou, người tiền nhiệm của đương kim Thủ tướng Hy Lạp Antonis
23.03.2011 PASOK leader George Papandreou successfully fought off a. challenge from former minister Venizelos, the latest. leadership ruckus burst on the scene when former PASOK PM. Simitis publicly attacked Papandreou over the latter´s calls ...