Greek Australian Thanasis Tsouhantaris attends New Democracy’s presentation of European election ballot


Greek Australian, Thanasis Tsouhandaris attended a special event held at the Athens Auditorium on Monday where New Democracy’s (ND) ballot paper for the upcoming European elections was announced.

Businessman and President of New Democracy Australia, Tsouhandaris expressed his gratitude at the event and said it was his honour to be representing the Greek diaspora in Australia at the European elections.

Among the candidates was also the recently imprisoned elected mayor of Himara, Fredi Beleri, whose name sparked a great deal of applause.

According to, the candidates were addressed by the Adviser to Greece’s Prime Minister, Aristotelia Peloni, and the ballot was presented by Greece’s Prime Minister, Kyriakos Mitsotakis.

“…In this ballot, people come together from different paths and every corner of Hellenism worldwide. People who can be united under the same roof. This is New Democracy in 2024, this European election ballot that will seek the support of the citizens,” Mitsotakis said.





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