Minister for the Aegean and Island Policy (Greece)


Minister for the Aegean and Island Policy (Greece)

The Minister for the Aegean and Island Policy of Greece is a government minister responsible for the running of the Ministry of the Aegean and Island Policy. The current minister is Aristotelis Pavlidis.

List of Ministers for the Aegean and Island Policy

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1
Kosmas Spyriou
26 July 1985
5 February 1987
Panhellenic Socialist Movement
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2
Petros Valvis
5 February 1987
16 November 1988
Panhellenic Socialist Movement
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3
Evangelos Giannopoulos
16 November 1988
1 July 1989
Panhellenic Socialist Movement
-
4
Emmanuel Kefalogiannis
2 July 1989
7 October 1989
New Democracy
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5
Antonis Foussas
12 October 1989
11 April 1990
New Democracy
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6
Giorgios Misailides
11 April 1990
8 August 1992
New Democracy
-
7
Konstantinos Mitsotakis
8 August 1991
13 October 1993
New Democracy
-
8
Kostas Skandalidis
13 October 1993
7 July 1994
Panhellenic Socialist Movement
-
9
Andonios Kotsakas
7 July 1994
24 September 1996
Panhellenic Socialist Movement
-
10
Elisavet Papazoi
24 September 1996
19 February 1999
Panhellenic Socialist Movement
-
11
Stavros Benos
19 February 1999
13 April 2000
Panhellenic Socialist Movement
-
12
Nikolaos Sifounakis
13 April 2000
10 March 2004
Panhellenic Socialist Movement
-
13
Aristotelis Pavlidis
10 March 2004
present
New Democracy
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ee also

*Cabinet of Greece

External links

* [http://www.ypai.gr/isite/home/1%2C1%2C0.asp Webpage of the Ministry] (in Greek)

References

* [http://www.parliament.gr/english/synthesh/default.asp Greek Parliament Website]
* [http://www.kolumbus.fi/taglarsson/ Lar's Website]


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