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    The caretaker government, which will be sworn in at 1pm on Friday, will be comprised from 16 members and will be tasked with...

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    The caretaker government, which will be sworn in at 1pm on Friday, will be comprised from 16 members and will be tasked with organizing the upcoming general elections. The new Prime Minister Vasiliki Thanou was sworn in on Thursday evening, who afterwards had a short discussion with President Prokopis Pavlopoulos, before heading to Maximos Mansion, where she took over from Alexis Tsipras.

    The outgoing Prime Minister wished her the best of luck, with his successor commenting that aside from organizing the snap election, the caretaker government may be called to address critical matters, such as migration. When asked by To Vima how she feels about assuming the post of Prime Minister during such a critical period for Greece, Mrs. Thanou responded that “I have been in the fight for years, this is yet another front”.  The new Prime Minister commented that she will contact the political leaders to discuss the composition of the caretaker government.

    As announced, the caretaker government will officially be announced on Friday morning. The cabinet will include:

      • Minister of Interior: Antonis Manitakis
      • Alternate Minister of Public Order: Antonis Makrydimitris
      • Alternate Minister of Migration: Ioannis Mouzalas
      • Deputy Minister of Macedonia-Thrace: Philippos Tsalidis
      • Minister of Economy: Nikos Christodoulakis
      • Alternate Minister of Shipping: Christos Zois
      • Alternate Minister of Tourism: Alkistis Protopsalti
      • Minister of National Defense: Gen.(ret) Ioannis Giagos
      • Minister of Culture, Education and Religious Affairs: Angeliki Efrosini Kiaou
      • Alternate Minister of Culture: Marina Lampraki-Plaka
      • Minister of Productive Reconstruction: Ioannis Golias
      • Alternate Minister of Environment and Energy: Kostas Mousouroulis
      • Alternate Minister Agricultural Growth: Ioannis Melas
      • Minister of Justice: Dimitris Papangelopoulos
      • Minister of Foreign Affairs: Petros Molyviatis
      • Alternate Minister of European Affairs: Spyridon Flogaitis
      • Minister of Finances: Giorgos Houliarakis
      • Alternate Minister of Finances: Tryfon Alexiadis
      • Minister of Labor: Dimitris Moustakas
      • Minister of Health: Thanos Dimopoulos
      • Minister of State: Eleftherios Papageorgopoulos
      • Minister of State for Combating Corruption: Panagiotis Nikoloudis
      • Government spokesperson: Rodolphos Moronis

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