Greece

New Cabinet named


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The new Cabinet to run Greece under a three party coalition has been named. The Cabinet has been slimmed down to 22 Ministers and this group contains a number of technocrats or independents who have been nominated by the partners in the coalition. The majority of the ministers are from New Democracy.

The full list of the Cabinet is given below as published in the Athens News:

Antonis Samaras Prime Minister
Antonis Manitakis Minister for Administrative Reform and E-Governance
Panos Panagiotopoulos Minister for Defence
Panagiotis Karampelas Alternative Minister for Defence
Kostis Hatzidakis Minister for Development, Competitiveness, Infrastructure,
Transport and Networks
Stavros Kaloyiannis Alternate Minister for Development, Competitiveness, Infrastructure,
Transport and Networks
Konstantinos Arvanitopoulos Minister for Education, Religious Affairs, Culture and Sports
Kostas Tzavaras Alternate Minister for Education, Religious Affairs, Culture and Sports
Evangelos Livieratos Minister for Environment, Energy & Climate Change
Stavros Kalafatis Alternate Minister for Environment, Energy & Climate Change
Vasilis Rapanos Minister for Finance
Christos Staikouras Alternate Minister for Finance
Dimitris Avramopoulos Minister for Foreign Affairs
Andreas Lykourentzos Minister for Health
Marios Salmas Alternate Minister for Health
Evripidis Stylianidis Minister for the Interior
Antonis Roupakiotis Minister for Justice, Transparency and Human Rights
Yiannis Vroutsis Minister for Labour, Social Security and Welfare
Theodoros Karaoglou Minister for Macedonia-Thrace
Nikos Dendias Minister for Public Order and Citizen Protection
Athanasios Tsaftaris Minister for Rural Development and Food
Maximos Harakopoulos Alternate Minister for Rural Development and Food
Kostis Moussouroulis Minister for Shipping and Island Policy
Olga Kefalogianni Minister for Tourism
Dimitris Stamatis State Minister
Simos Kedikoglou Government spokesperson
Vangelis Meimarakis Parliamentary speaker
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