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Athens Macedonian News Agency: News in English, 15-11-24

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From: The Athens News Agency at <http://www.ana.gr/>

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  • [01] ND interim leader Meimarakis steps down from party's helm, appoints VP
  • [02] 'Coral Reef' to return to Athens Planetarium for two months, by popular demand

  • [01] ND interim leader Meimarakis steps down from party's helm, appoints VP

    Main opposition New Democracy (ND) interim leader Vangelis Meimarakis resigned from his position on Tuesday, adding that he appointed the secretary of the party's parliamentary group, Yiannis Plakiotakis, as vice president.

    Meimarakis had announced he would step down on Monday if his three fellow-candidates for the party leadership resigned from their party posts as well.

    "All my life I served ND's principles and the party's unity. As I'm being attacked in a vulgar and immoral manner, and because a lot of tension has been created and New Democracy voters are very upset, I appointed Plakiotakis as VP and I hand over the interim leadership to defuse the situation," he said, adding that he will continue in the race to be re-elected.

    [02] 'Coral Reef' to return to Athens Planetarium for two months, by popular demand

    The dome film 'Coral Reef' is to return to Athens' Digital Planetarium for two months following multiple requests by audience members, the Eugenides Foundation announced on Tuesday.

    The new dome film "takes a dive" in the beautiful blue waters of coral reefs, transporting audiences to the wonders of the ocean deeps and, alongside famous scientists, takes them on a voyage of exploration of rare underwater natural phenomena of the Earth, revealing images of incredible beauty.

    The shows will start with two screenings free of charge next Monday evening, at 18:30 and 19:30, respectively. They will then be incorporated into the planetarium's regular programme. The film is suitable for children aged nine years and over. Parallel to the film screenings, the Eugenides Foundation has also set up an exhibition on freediving in Greece.


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