Countdown for tomorrow's elections in Germany, which marks the end of Angela Merkel's political career. The Social Democratic Party maintains its lead for about a week by the Christian Democrats, but nothing can be taken for granted, as more than 30% are undecided voters.
The leader of the Christian Democrats, Armin Lasset, who still has the outgoing chancellor by his side today, will make his last pre-election speech in his hometown, Aachen. For his part, Olaf Solz, leader of the Social Democrats, will speak this afternoon in the state of Brandenburg. Greens candidate Analena Berbock has completed her campaign and now expects a 15% turnout that will give her party third place in the German chancellor.
The Minister of Citizen Protection requested the direct investigation of the origin and identity of ALL webmasters and social media accounts that urge citizens to take actions against public health, security and the state, the Cybercrime Prosecution Directorate. , Takis Theodorikakos, in the aftermath of information that vaccinators are trying - in exchange for money - to deceive citizens for allegedly providing full immunity and coverage against their non-vaccination.
Within the next week, the regulation for the abolition of the parental benefit tax is expected to be voted, up to the amount of 800.000 euros per parent, as announced by the Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis from Thessaloniki and the TIF, a regulation which will be implemented by next Friday, October 1st.
The Governor of the Bank of Greece speaks about a faster recovery of the Greek economy, even from the government forecasts. In an interview with "NEA", Giannis Stournaras considers possible the return of the Greek economy to pre-pandemic levels from this year, while he points out that the combination of a strong recovery with the implementation of structural reforms will pave the way for its continuation. acquisition of Greek bonds by the ECB, even after the end of the extraordinary program.
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.
30 tons of smuggled gasoline were found by police officers of the Xanthi Security Department. It was hidden in plastic tanks loaded with grain and destined for Bulgaria to Greece. The two foreign drivers of the trailer were arrested.
The five foreigners aged between 23 and 37 were brought before the Prosecutor of the Court of First Instance of Piraeus, on charges of setting up a criminal organization for drug trafficking. From the searches were found and confiscated: -973- grams. cocaine, precision scales,
the amount of -4.620- euros and a motorcycle.
Horror in Croatia. A 56-year-old man - probably an Austrian national - is suspected of killing his three minor children in their apartment in Zagreb. Authorities alerted the "father"'s relatives when he announced on social media his intention to commit suicide. WEATHER
Clear and tomorrow in Attica. Temperature from 14 to 30 degrees Celsius. 27,6 points at this time in Technopolis, here in Gazi