On Sunday, May 16th 2021, the exams for the acquisition of the Certificate of Knowledge Adequacy for Naturalization (greek abbreviation: P.E.G.P.), which is a prerequisite for the acquisition of Greek citizenship by allogeneic foreigners, were carried out for the first time. According to the Ministry of the Interior, the examination procedure was carried out in 20 examination centers set up in seven cities in Greece, while from a total of 2.425 candidates registered, eventually 2.176 took part. From the first testimonies of the candidates it appears that there were organizational problems which adversely affected the quality of the first exams. Read the full article here.