Synonyms for konstantopoulou or Related words with konstantopoulou

ioanna              karagianni              theodoridou              anthi              vanou              konstantina              iliadi              afroditi              antigoni              irini              evangelia              apostolia              dimitra              angeliki              arvaniti              krevata              elisavet              diamantopoulou              eirini              papadopoulou              vlahopoulou              natassa              georgiadou              fotini              laskari              giota              risteska              panagiota              papoulia              ilieva              protopappa              doncheva              asimakopoulou              stojanovska              evdokia              evija              darina              aikaterini              bekatorou              galani              stikoudi              nefeli              giannopoulou              andrianou              giannatsoulia              nikolaidou              voula              iuliana              ralitsa              areti             

Examples of "konstantopoulou"
Konstantopoulou supported the Popular Unity party, formed by former members of SYRIZA's Left Platform, in the September 2015 parliamentary election. In April 2016, Konstantopoulou launched a new party named Course of Freedom, of which she is currently the leader.
Katina Paxinou (; born Aikaterini Konstantopoulou (); 17 December 1900 – 22 February 1973) was a Greek film and stage actress.
Maria-Elpida (Elina) Konstantopoulou (; born 11 November 1970) is a Greek singer, probably best known for representing Greece in the Eurovision Song Contest 1995.
"Pia Prosefhi" (Greek script Ποια προσευχή, English translation: "Which Prayer?") was the Greek entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1995, performed in Greek by Elina Konstantopoulou.
As a lawyer, Konstantopoulou was criticized by women's organisations and by the Greek branch of Helsinki Monitor for repeatedly delaying the trial of one of her clients, a rapist, by raising procedural obstacles. Originally to be held in 2006, the man was not finally convicted until 2012. The River leader and MP Stavros Theodorakis regularly taunted Konstantopoulou in parliament about her role in what became known as the "rapist with the tyropita (cheese pies)" scandal. In Parliament, Konstantopoulou switched off Theodorakis's microphone when he was speaking about her role in the affair.
Course to Freedom () is a left-wing Greek political party founded in April 2016 by former Hellenic Parliament Speaker Zoe Konstantopoulou.
Zoe Konstantopoulou (; born December 8, 1976) is a Greek lawyer and politician who served as Speaker of the Hellenic Parliament in 2015.
Konstantopoulos () is a Greek surname, with the feminine form being Konstantopoulou (). The surname is sometimes transliterated with a leading "C". Notable people include:
Elina Konstantopoulou performed 23rd, last, on the night of the contest, following Malta. At the close of the voting the song had received 68 points, placing 12th in a field of 23.
While in Syriza's 2012 shadow cabinet, Zoe Konstantopoulou had been nominated for justice, after the January 2015 legislative election it was decided to give the post to independent expert Paraskevopoulos.
The song was performed twenty-second on the night (following Israel's Liora with "Amen" and preceding Greece's Elina Konstantopoulou with "Pia Prosefhi"). At the close of voting, it had received 76 points, placing 10th in a field of 23.
Konstantopoulou was born in Athens and studied music and singing in the National Conservatory of Athens. Right after that she started to work as a professional singer at night clubs.
It was succeeded as Greek representative at the 1995 Contest by Elina Konstantopoulou with "Pia Prosefhi". Kostas Bigalis returned to the Contest in 1996 when he composed Mariana Efstratiou's entry "Emis Forame To Himona Anixiatika".
Paxinou was born Aikaterini Konstantopoulou (Αικατερίνη Κωνσταντοπούλου) in Piraeus, Greece, she trained as an opera singer at the Conservatoire de Musique de Genève and later in Berlin and Vienna. According to her biography in "Playbill" (1942), Paxinou was disowned by her family after she decided to seek a permanent stage career.
The song is a dramatic ballad, with Konstantopoulou asking how she should pray for the forgiveness of those who have persecuted her and her country. The introduction lyrics are actually in Ancient Greek, while the rest of the lyrics are in standard Modern Greek.
At Eurovision, Constantinos had an elaborate performance with four huge mirrors on stage rotating through the presentation. Along with the stage props, Constantinos had backup dancers who eventually broke out the barrels and played them as drums. Backing vocals were provided by Elina Konstantopoulou who reprented Greece at the Eurovision Song Contest 1995.
In September 2015, Valavani left Syriza and joined the Syriza split-away party, Popular Unity, alongside Zoi Konstantopoulou. During the September 2015 legislative election, Yanis Varoufakis, former Minister of Finance who Valavani worked under for several months, announced that he would be voting for Popular Unity and in particular supporting Valavani and Kostas Isychos in Athens B.
Greece took part at the Eurovision Song Contest 1995 in Dublin, Ireland, represented by Elina Konstantopoulou with the song "Pia Prosefhi" (Ποια προσευχή). Konsantopoulou was selected internally by Ellinikí Radiofonía Tileórasi (ERT), the Greek broadcaster, to represent the country at the contest in Ireland.
Pieridi got her first real break into the music industry during the 1995 Eurovision Song Contest in Dublin, Ireland. She was the backing vocalist of the Greek entry to the contest performed by Elina Konstantopoulou. They sang the song "Pia Prosefhi" ("What Kind Of A Prayer"). After Eurovision, Pieridi performed with many popular singers including Despina Vandi, Antonis Remos, and Yiannis Parios, getting her name and voice known.
The programme "L'Avenir en commun" (English: "The Future in common") was adopted during the Lille convention, attended by just under 1,000 people in Saint-André-lez-Lille, on 15/16 October 2016. Several personalities addressed the convention, including former Société Générale trader Jérôme Kerviel, LuxLeaks whistle-blower Antoine Deltour, political specialist Paul Ariès, former Malian Minister of Culture Aminata Traoré and former Speaker of the Hellenic Parliament Zoe Konstantopoulou.