Cabinet of Greece
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The Cabinet of Greece is an official body of the Government established by the Constitution that consists of Ministers who are appointed to lead various ministries. Ministers are appointed by the President. There is also an advisory council, which includes former Presidents and other individuals the President chooses to appoint.
|“ The President shall have the power to assemble a Cabinet of advisors and officials to assist with the administration of the Government. ”|
(Constitution of Greece, Clause 10.4)
Daker Cabinet, August 2008
On August 2, newly elected President John Daker assembled his Cabinet, the first officially assembled under the powers granted by the Constitution.
|Vice President||Ikarti||2 August 2008||GRR|
|Minister for Foreign Affairs||Ikarti||2 August 2008||GRR|
|Minister for Culture||Longinus||2 August 2008||ELEN|
|Minister for Economy and Finance||vacant||n/a||n/a|
|Minister for Employment||Tulenian||2 August 2008||GRR|
|Minister for Social Protection||vacant||vacated 12 August 2008||n/a|
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|Minister for National Defense||JewC Jew||10 August 2008||GRR|
|Minister for Census||vacant||n/a||n/a|
Marianiki4's Cabinet, September 2013
On September 5, newly elected President Marianiki4 assembled her Cabinet.
|Vice President||Dali Salvador||5 September 2013||HMP|
|Minister for Foreign Affairs||Earentir||5 September 2013||HMP|
|Minister of Defence||Dihenekis||5 September 2013||HMP|
|Minister for Internal Affairs/Press||Melini||5 September 2013||SDU|
|Minister for New Players||Gogs17||5 September 2013||EM|
|Minister for Economy||F@nis||5 September 2013||HMP|