Sunday’s snap elections (that no party wants to win) will cost Greek government 33.2 million Euros

The final cost for the snap elections that no one wants to win…33.2 million Euros.

Via Ekathimerini…

Sunday’s snap elections will cost 33.2 million euros, the Interior Ministry said on Monday.

According to the ministry, this is substantially less than the 51.1 million euros of taxpayers’ money spent on the early elections in January but more than the 26.7 million that the July referendum cost.

Civil servants’ compensation makes up the bulk of the cost, according to the ministry. Of the 33.2 million euros to be paid for Sunday’s vote, some 27 million euros will be spent on wages.


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