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Athens News Agency: News in English, 07-09-18

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From: The Athens News Agency at <>


  • [01] New Greek government announced

  • [01] New Greek government announced

    The government spokesman on Tuesday announced Costas Karamanlis' appointees for the new Cabinet forming Greece's next government, following ruling New Democracy's re-election victory on Sunday. The new Cabinet members will be sworn-in on Wednesday before the president of the republic, while the first Cabinet meeting of the new Karamanlis government will follow at noon. Additionally, former development minister Dimitris Sioufas is expected to be Karamanlis' pick for the next Parliament president. The members of the new cabinet are listed below under their ministries, which are presented in alphabetical order:

    Prime Minister: Costas Karamanlis

    Ministry of Agricultural Development and Foods

    Minister: Alexandros Kontos

    Deputy Minister: Costas Kiltidis

    Ministry of Culture

    Minister: Mihalis Liapis

    Deputy Minister for Sports: Yiannis Ioannidis

    Ministry of Development

    Minister: Christos Folias

    Deputy Minister: George Vlachos

    Deputy Minister: Stavros Kalafatis

    Ministry of Economy & Finance

    Minister: George Alogoskoufis

    Deputy Minister: Antonis Bezas

    Deputy Minister: Yiannis Papathanasiou

    Deputy Minister: Nikos Legas

    Ministry of Employment & Social Protection

    Minister: Vassilis Magginas

    Deputy Minister: Sofia Kalantzakou

    Ministry for the Environment, Town Planning & Public Works

    Minister: George Souflias

    Deputy Minister: Stavros Kalogiannis

    Deputy Minister: Themistoklis Xanthopoulos

    Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    Minister: Dora Bakoyannis

    Deputy Minister: Yiannis Valinakis

    Deputy Minister: Petros Doukas

    Deputy Minister: Theodoros Kassimis

    Ministry of Health and Social Solidarity

    Minister: Dimitris Avramopoulos

    Deputy Minister: George Papageorgiou

    Deputy Minister: George Constantopoulos

    Ministry for the Interior, Public Administration, Decentralisation

    Minister: Prokopis Pavlopoulos

    Deputy Minister: Athanassios Nakos

    Deputy Minister: Christos Zois

    Deputy Minister: Panayiotis Hinofotis

    Ministry of Justice

    Minister: Sotiris Hatzigakis

    Ministry of Macedonia - Thrace

    Minister: Margaritis Tzimas

    Ministry of Merchant Marine & Island Policy

    Minister: George Voulgarakis

    Deputy Minister: Panayiotis Kammenos

    Ministry of National Defence

    Minister: Evangelos Meimarakis

    Deputy Minister: Constantinos Tassoulas

    Deputy Minister: Yiannis Plakiotakis

    Ministry of National Education & Religious Affairs

    Minister: Evripidis Stylianidis

    Deputy Minister: Spyros Taliadouros

    Deputy Minister: Andreas Lykourentzos

    Ministry of State and Press, as well as government spokesman

    Minister: Theodoros Roussopoulos

    Ministry of Tourism Development

    Minister: Aris Spiliotopoulos

    Ministry of Transport & Communications

    Minister: Costas Hatzidakis

    Caption: Re-elected Greek Prime Minister Costas Karamanlis. ANA-MPA photo

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