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Dimitris Makrystathis

Dimitris Makrystathis



Dimitris Makrystathis is currently the President of Youthnet Hellas and member of the Advisory Council on Youth at the Council of Europe. He is an experienced youth leader and activist involved in many international organizations and projects. He has experience on blogging and citizen journalism. His interests include new technology, politics, reading, blogging, youth consulting, sports and traveling.


Computer Engineering & Informatics, University of Patras


English, German, Greek

Published in Editor's Highlights
 |  Saturday, 04 July 2015 16:22

Tsipras’ referendum has a great importance for the country and will shape its future. The question is: Should the plan of agreement, which was submitted by the European Commission, the ECB, and the IMF in the Eurogroup meeting of 25th of June 2015 and comprises two parts, which constitute their unified proposal, be accepted?

Published in Europe politics
 |  Sunday, 26 October 2014 15:24

On October 18, Moldova suspended the broadcasts of Russian TV stations. This is not the first time in recent months that Moldova clashes with Russia. The reason isn't other than the Transnistria dispute

Soviet signs are still of common use in Transnistria

Last May, the German Social Democratic Party (SPD) hosted an event in Leipzig to celebrate its 150th anniversary, during which the “Progressive Alliance” was launched

A presidential election run-off was held in Cyprus on 24 February 2013. Conservative candidate Nicos Anastasiades (Democratic Rally - DISY) won the election with 57.48% of the vote, while his opponent Stavros Malas (Progressive Party of Working People - AKEL) received the remaining 42.52%.

According to the latest Eurostat’s statistics, unemployment rate in Southern Europe is growing rapidly. More specifically, the unemployment rate reached 26.8% in Greece, 26.1% in Spain and 16.5% in Portugal

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