GREECE: President Pangalos

Dictator General Theodore Pangalos was administering Greece as a dictature when the week opened. None the less, he had ordered a presidential election and announced himself as a candidate, after directing that the polling be "postponed" in districts not favorable to him. The only Opposition candidate, M. Demerlis, prudently withdrew the night before the election. President General Theodore Pangalos was administering Greece as a Republic-without-a-Parliament when the week closed.

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