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The Syriza government list under Tsipras


2017 Feb 28

Prime Minister: Alexis Tsipras

Deputy Prime Minister: Ioannis Dragasagis

Ministry of Interior

Minister: Panagiotis Skourletis
Deputy Minister responsible for Citizens Protection: Nikolaos Toskas
Deputy Minister of Macedonia Thrace: Maria Kollia Tsaroucha

Ministry of Economy and Development

Minister: Ioannis Dragasagis
Deputy Minister: Alexandros Haritsis
State Secretary: Stergios Pitsiorlas

Ministry of Digital Policy, Telecommunications and Information

Minister: Nicholas Pappas

Ministry of Defense

Minister: Panagiotis Kammenos
Deputy Minister: Fotis Kouvelis

Ministry of Education, Research and Religious Affairs

Minister: Konstantinos Gavroglou
Deputy Minister for Research: Konstantinos Fotakis
State Secretary: Dimitrios Baxevanakis
State Secretary: Meropi Tzoufi

Ministry of Labor Social Security and Social Solidarity

Minister: Efi Aichioglou
Deputy Minister for Social Solidarity: Theano Photiou
State Secretary for Social Security: Anastasios Petropoulos
State Secretary for Labor, Social Security and Social Solidarity: Thanos Iliopoulos

Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Minister: Nikolaos Kotzias
Deputy Minister for European Affairs: Georgios Katrougalos
State Secretary: Ioannis Amanatidis
Deputy Minister responsible for Greeks Abroad: Terrence Spencer Quix

Ministry of Justice, Transparency and Human Rights

Minister: Stavros Kontonis
Deputy Minister: Dimitrios Papagelopoulos

Ministry of Finance

Minister: Euclid Tsakalotos
Deputy Minister: Georgios Houliarakis
State Secretary: Katerina Papanatsiou

Ministry of Health

Minister Andreas Xanthos
Deputy Minister: Pavlos Polakis

Ministry of Administrative Reconstruction:

Minister: Olga Gerovassilis

Ministry of Culture and Sports

Minister: Lydia Koniordou
Deputy Minister of Culture and Sports: Constantine Stratis
Deputy Minister of Sport: Georgios Vassiliadis

Ministry of Environment and Energy

Minister: Giorgos Stathakis
Deputy Minister: Socrates Famelos

Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport

Minister: Christos Spirtzis
State Secretary: Nikolaos Mavraganis

Ministry of Immigration Policy

Minister: Dimitris Vitsas
State Secretary: Ioannis Balafas

Ministry of Shipping and Island Policy

Minister: Panagiotis Kourouplis
State Secretary: Nektarios Santorinios

Ministry of Rural Development and Food

Minister: Evangelos Apostolou
Deputy Minister: Ioannis Tsironis
State Secretary: Vassilios Kokkalis

Ministry of Tourism

Minister: Elena Kountoura
State Secretary: Alexandros Flambouraris

Minister of State: Christoforos Vernardakis

State Secretary to the Prime Minister: Dimitrios Liakos

Minister of State and Government Spokesman: Dimitrios Tzanakopoulos

July 17, 2015

With the cabinet changes, list of personnel has been made:

Prime Minister - Alexis Tsipra
Deputy Prime Minister - Giannis Dragasakis
Finance - Euclid Tsakalotos
Economy, Infrastructure, Shipping and Tourism - Giorgos Stathakis
Labor - Georgios Katrougalos
Interior and Administrative Reconstruction - Nikos Voutsis
Production Reconstruction, Environment and Energy - Panos Skourletis
Foreign Affairs - Nikos Kotzias
Health and Social Security - Panagiotis Kouroumplis
Justice - Nikos Paraskevopoulos
Education, Culture and Religious Affairs - Aristides Baltas
Combating Corruption - Panagiotis Nikoloudis
Coordinating Government Operations - Alekos Flambouraris
State - Nikos Pappas
Government Spokesperson - Olga Gerovasili

The Official Syriza Online Web Site

SYRIZA was begun in 2004 as a party alliance between 13 different political groups, with links to an earlier effort of 2001 called SPACE: Space for Dialogue for the Unity and Common Action of the Left .

The SYRIZA party structure wsa changed May 22, 2012 to be a single political party.

February 7, 2015

Can Tsipras keep his promises? - Fox News

"The big question is how many, if any, of his promises Alexis Tsipras can keep without risking a potentially disastrous Greek exit from Europe's multinational currency, the euro.

A crucial indication of which direction the government intends to go in comes on Sunday, when Tsipras presents his government's policy plan in parliament. A three-day debate culminates in a confidence vote late Tuesday.

"If the policy statements are as hard as the pre-election ones ... you understand that we're heading to a big clash, and I think the markets will move accordingly," said Nick Kafkas, head of research and analysis at Merit Securities."



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