GCM President congratulates newly-elected Greek leaders in NT and WA


The President of the Greek Orthodox Community of Melbourne and Victoria, Bill Papastergiadis, has sent congratulatory letters to recently elected Greek leaders in the Northern Territory and Western Australia.

The letters are addressed to Nicholas Papas QC, who has been appointed Director of Public Prosecutions in the NT; Basil Zempilas, the Lord Mayor of Perth; and Kon Vatskalis, who was recently re-elected as the Lord Mayor of Darwin.

In all three letters, Mr Papastergiadis invites Mr Papas, Mr Zempilas and Mr Vatskalis to visit Melbourne and the 15 storey Greek Cultural Centre “so as to recognise your achievements with an award.”

Full letters are included below.

Letter to Perth Mayor, Basil Zempilas:

READ MORE: Exclusive: Basil Zempilas – ‘My heart beats true for Greece and Perth’.

Letter to Darwin Mayor, Kon Vatskalis:

READ MORE: Kon Vatskalis wins re-election for Darwin Lord Mayor.

Letter to Nicholas Papas QC:




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