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About Manolis Mavozaharakis

Manolis Mavozaharakis, born in Heraklion, Crete, studied political science, sociology and economics at the Phillips University in Marburg (West Germany). In parallel he studied ethnology and economic history and from 1989 onwards, worked in the field of social tourism. He obtained his MA in political science in 2005 and is currently a doctoral student at the Department of Political Science in the University of Crete and a freelance writer.

 

Articles by Manolis Mavozaharakis

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

Greek modern populism in its European context

The new composition of the European Parliament after the elections in 2014 is expected to be rather different. It is estimated that the number of anti-Europeans and Eurosceptics will increase from around 100 to around 200 MEPs in a total of 751 seats, reinforcing the presence of radical parties.

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