Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis nominates Council of State president Aikaterini Sakellaropoulou to be President of Greece. If approved, she will be the first female president in Greek history.
Leader of the Opposition Kyriakos Mitsotakis, from New Democracy, wins an absolute majority and is expected to be sworn in Prime Minister as incumbent Alexis Tsipras falls to second place. Far-right Golden Dawn loses all the seats they had in the Parliament.
The British Museum announces that it will loan one of the Elgin Marbles in its collection, originally taken from Greece, to the Hermitage Museum in Saint Petersburg. Greece's Prime Minister Antonis Samaras calls the move "a provocation to the Greek people."
Greeks vote in local elections with the Prime Minister George Papandreou threatening to dissolve parliament if his party does not fare well. Early results show that the PASOK is doing well making an early election less likely. [http:--english.aljazeera.net-news-europe-2010-11-201011731637126716.html (Al Jazeera)] [http:--www.guardian.co.uk-world-2010-nov-07-angry-greeks-prepare-to-vote-on-austerity ("The Observer")] [http:--www.timesonline.com-bct_news-news_details-article-1373-2010-november-07-crisis-hit-greece-votes-under-threat-of-snap-poll.html (AP via "Beaver County Times")]date=August 2019