CHANGES GYMNASTICS DATA  THE BUILDING OF 6000 SQM IN KIFISSIA! STARTED…. PREVENT …

CHANGES GYMNASTICS DATA THE BUILDING OF 6000 SQM IN KIFISSIA! STARTED…. PREVENT …

Yava Fitness Centers

The ultimate fitness & wellness area, starts its operation soon and changes the statue in the fitness area

6000 SQ.M.

5 levels.

100+ cardiovascular equipment.

30 rpm body bikes with revolutionary vismox technology for live & virtual workouts.

24 hours a day and 7 days a week live & virtual group programs.

You want it all, you got it all!

In a unique multi-storey building of 6000 m², of high aesthetics and functionality, be ready to find the most modern sports and aesthetic services! The new Yava Fitness Center pioneered bringing together all innovative fitness & wellness services creating new trends.

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ASSID: “THE MESSAGE OF THE PROPHET MOMATH IS A TERRORIST CONSEQUENTIAL MESSAGE”

ASSID: “THE MESSAGE OF THE PROPHET MOMATH IS A TERRORIST CONSEQUENTIAL MESSAGE”

Secular activist Ahmed ASSID, reported at a Human Rights Convention held in Morocco on Friday 19 April, his views on Islam and human rights. “They should not teach secondary school students the Prophet Muhammad’s message that he had sent to the kings and rulers of his time, calling them to join Islam in order to secure Peace. This message is clearly a terrorist threat. The message that is taught in schools and addressed to our 16-year-old students is in fact a terrorist threat because it is linked to the context of Islam that spread with sword and violence. Today, however, the choice of religion is a personal choice for the free people. That is why students cannot be taught a message that says they are either bounded to Islam or will die and be taught as one of the Highest values ​​of Islam”. Read More

Brief Policy: Grexit Fallout Management: How to maintain the credibility of the euro

Brief Policy: Grexit Fallout Management: How to maintain the credibility of the euro

With the announcement of the referendum in Greece, a Greek exit from the euro area has become a possible scenario. A so-called “Grexit” would have a high price for both sides. The other euro area members should be ready to take steps that would reestablish the credibility of the euro area as a monetary union built to last. If markets perceive the euro area as just another system of fixed exchange rates that countries can leave and join freely, this can drive the monetary union apart.

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These are the measures that will be applied on Monday if there is an agreement

These are the measures that will be applied on Monday if there is an agreement

Monday starts the implementation of the first measures that will be a sample of the Greek government’s writing to get direct money of about 7 billion euros and then the total package said to be from 50 to 80 billion euros for three years.

According to the letter from the new Finance Minister Euclides Tsakalotos to the European Financial Stability Mechanism (ESM), the implementation of the measures starts on Monday.

Our country is asking ESM for a loan to cover its debt commitments, which exceed 8 billion euros by the end of August, but also to ensure stability in the financial system.

In return, it is committed to “a comprehensive set of reform measures to be implemented in the areas of fiscal sustainability, financial stability and long-term economic growth”.

“Within the framework of the Program, we propose to implement a series of measures immediately, starting even from the beginning of next week, including: measures relating to tax reform and pensions,” as refers to the letter.

The final proposal of the Greek side, which is reportedly compiled with the help of French technocrats, will be submitted today and will set out in detail the proposals of Greece. Read More

EUROPE MUST ALTER UNIQUE AND STRONG, TO ENSURE TRANSNATIONAL LEADERSHIP

EUROPE MUST ALTER UNIQUE AND STRONG, TO ENSURE TRANSNATIONAL LEADERSHIP

More than 60 years ago, After the World War. The French For­eign Min­is­ter Robert Schu­man made an his­toric pro­posal lay­ing the foun­da­tions for a united Europe.
“In today’s dif­fi­cult times, it’s impor­tant to reflect on, and seek inspi­ra­tion from, the achieve­ments of the Euro­pean project. Today, Europe is at the cross­roads. Since 2008, the EU was shaken by an unprece­dented finan­cial and eco­nomic cri­sis, but it has to remain united and strong. Europe has been the answer for many prob­lems of the past and con­tin­ues to be the only answer for the prob­lems of today. Read More

WITH A  PARTY CELEBRATED THE NEW DEAN THODOROS FORTSAKIS

WITH A PARTY CELEBRATED THE NEW DEAN THODOROS FORTSAKIS

New Dean of the University of Athens was elected President of the Law School, Theodoros Forkakis, with George Hrousos being the first to be in Medicine. Th. Fortsakis will succeed Theodosis Pelegrine.
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The results are as follows:
Fortsakis: 810
Xrhusos: 510
The victory followed a party at Freedom Park and greetings from a number of guests including Chrysanthos Lazaridis, Advisor to Antonis Samaras, Giannis Panagiotopoulos, Secretary General of the Media, and Jean-Daniel Colombani Special Advisor  on Immigration Policy and Organized Crime.

The EU SEEKS IMPROVEMENT OF PASSENGERS RIGHTS

The EU SEEKS IMPROVEMENT OF PASSENGERS RIGHTS

BRUS­SELS (AP) — The Euro­pean Union is con­sid­er­ing beefed up mea­sures to help stranded pas­sen­gers get com­pen­sa­tion and find quicker ways to get home.


 EU Trans­port Com­mis­sioner Siim Kallas said Wednes­day that a new pack­age with improved mea­sures would also boost car­ri­ers from the 27 mem­ber nations in global com­pe­ti­tion since con­sumers would be drawn to com­pa­nies offer­ing the best conditions.

These rules only apply if you are on a Euro­pean car­rier. So my mes­sage is “Fly European,” Kallas told reporters.

Under the pro­pos­als, Kallas said that if car­ri­ers can­not reroute pas­sen­gers them­selves within 12 hours they must find another air­line or other transportation.

Kallas’ pro­pos­als now will be taken up by the Euro­pean par­lia­ment and the 27 mem­ber nations.

The air­line indus­try gave the pro­pos­als a muted welcome.

The Asso­ci­a­tion of Euro­pean Air­lines said it was “a step in the right direc­tion” which should help clean up a com­pli­cated sys­tem cur­rently in place that often leaves it unclear who is respon­si­ble for what.

There have been so many court cases,” said Geert Sciot, spokesman for the AEA.

In Jan­u­ary, the EU’s top court ruled that Irish low-​cost air­line Ryanair has to pay out com­pen­sa­tion to pas­sen­gers who were stranded due to the2010 vol­cano erup­tion in Ice­land, argu­ing that air­lines have an oblig­a­tion to pro­vide care, even in such “extra­or­di­nary circumstances.”

With his pro­posal, Kallas said he wanted to clar­ify the rights of pas­sen­gers and air­lines on such issues as a nat­ural dis­as­ter, rights to re-​routing and con­nect­ing flights.

The Euro­pean asso­ci­a­tion of regional air­lines ERA com­plained that mak­ing the first car­rier in a multi-​segment trip respon­si­ble for com­pen­sa­tion if some­thing went wrong would put too much pres­sure on their car­ri­ers, since they often are the first link.

The Geneva-​based Inter­na­tional Air Trans­port Asso­ci­a­tion took issue with the 12-​hour re-​routing pro­posal, com­plain­ing it did not take into account the cost.

The ticket price paid and the cost of re-​routing should be related. If your Bic pen doesn’t work, you don’t expect to get a Mont Blanc as com­pen­sa­tion,” said IATA CEO Tony Tyler.

2013: THE EUROPEAN YEAR OF CITIZENS

2013: THE EUROPEAN YEAR OF CITIZENS

The Euro­pean Year of Cit­i­zens in 2013 will focus on the prac­ti­cal rights and advan­tages peo­ple gain from EU cit­i­zen­ship. Among many exam­ples are eas­ier travel, the abil­ity to live, work or study abroad, access to health­care sys­tems in other coun­tries and con­sumer protection.


 The year will be a chance for peo­ple to take part in events and sem­i­nars about how to fully exer­cise these rights – look­ing at obsta­cles encoun­tered and pos­si­ble solu­tions. There will also be dis­cus­sions around the con­ti­nent on EU poli­cies more gen­er­ally and the future of the Euro­pean Union.

A Euro­pean Year – every year since 1983

The very first Euro­pean Year, in 1983, was ded­i­cated to small busi­ness (“SMEs”) and craft indus­try. Every year since, the EU has cho­sen a spe­cific sub­ject to encour­age debate and dia­logue within and between Euro­pean countries.

Why Euro­pean Years?

The aim is to raise aware­ness of cer­tain top­ics, encour­age debate and change atti­tudes. Dur­ing many Euro­pean years, extra fund­ing is pro­vided for local, national and cross-border projects that address the Year’s spe­cial topic.

The Euro­pean Year can also send a strong com­mit­ment and polit­i­cal sig­nal from the EU insti­tu­tions and mem­ber gov­ern­ments that the sub­ject will be taken into con­sid­er­a­tion in future policy-making. In some cases, the Euro­pean Com­mis­sion may pro­pose new leg­is­la­tion on the theme.

How is the theme of a Euro­pean Year chosen?

It is pro­posed by the Com­mis­sion and adopted by the Euro­pean Par­lia­ment and EU mem­ber governments.

The top­ics are cho­sen sev­eral years in advance. They are always of gen­eral inter­est and major con­cern to both the EU insti­tu­tions and mem­ber coun­tries. Top­ics can be sub­mit­ted to the Com­mis­sion by mem­ber gov­ern­ments, civil soci­ety, busi­nesses, or any other stakeholders.

2013 is the Euro­pean Year of Cit­i­zens and it is ded­i­cated to the rights that come with EU cit­i­zen­ship. Over this year, dia­logue is encour­aged between all lev­els of gov­ern­ment, civil soci­ety and busi­ness at events and con­fer­ences around Europe to dis­cuss those EU rights and build a vision of how the EU should be in 2020.