A day before the crucial federal elections in Germany, which mark the end of Angela Merkel's political career, the Social Democratic Party maintains its lead, but the gap from the Christian Union is now limited to one unit, according to the latest poll.
According to a poll, more than half of Germans do not believe they will miss Angela Merkel, who has been the country's chancellor for almost 16 years after leaving the political scene after tomorrow's election. 52% of respondents answered that they will probably or certainly not miss the outgoing chancellor. On the contrary, 38% said they would miss them, while 10% were undecided.
The intervention of the Minister of Citizen Protection Takis Theodorikakou was provoked by the news that anti-vaccinators try to deceive citizens with always financial compensation for allegedly providing full immunity and coverage against their non-vaccination. In fact, according to the official information from the Ministry of Citizen Protection, Mr. Theodorikakos instructed this morning the Director of Cybercrime Prosecution, Vassilis Papakostas, to immediately investigate the origin and identity of the webmasters and social media accounts that prompt citizens in acts directed against public health, safety and the state.
The epidemiological situation in Northern Greece is aggravated, as yesterday, the areas with the most new cases of coronavirus in proportion of population were Kastoria, Drama, Imathia, Pieria and Xanthi. Despite the concern to the health authorities, the Minister of Health, Thanos Plevris, clarified that there is no question of lockdown in these areas. As far as schools are concerned, Mr. Plevris expressed his optimism that they will remain open.
A criminal organization that was active in drug trafficking in the wider area of Attica was dismantled by the Drug Prosecution Sub-Directorate of the Attica Security Directorate. 5 foreigners aged 23 to 37 were arrested. From the searches were found and confiscated: -973- grams. cocaine, precision scales, the amount of -4.620- euros and a motorcycle. The arrested were taken to the Prosecutor of the Court of First Instance of Piraeus.
Horror in Croatia. A 56-year-old man is suspected of killing his three minor children in the early hours of the morning in an apartment in Zagreb, according to police, as local media reported that he was an Austrian living in Croatia. Police, alerted by the man's relatives, who had discovered on social media that he was planning to commit suicide, intervened and found the bodies of the three children and their father in poor condition. Two of the three children, twins, were 7 years old, while the third child was 4 years old, according to local media. The children's mother, and the suspect's ex-wife, was not in Zagreb when the crime was committed.
Clear today in Attica. Temperature up to 29 degrees Celsius. 28 points at this time in Technopolis, here in Gazi.