Greece holds last place among the "27" in Internet access to public services, according to the results of the 9th report on the assessment of electronic governance in Europe, publicised by the European Commission.

According to data for 2010, the availability of Internet public services is on average in the European Union 82 percent, while in Greece it stands at 48 percent.

The best performances in the EU are shown by Austria, Ireland, Italy, Malta, Sweden and Portugal with 100 percent access to public services through the Internet, while in the last positions, following Greece, are Cyprus (55 percent), Romania (60 pc) and Slovakia (63 pc).