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  List of Prime Ministers of Greece Information
The Prime Minister of Greece (Πρωθυπουργός in Greek) is the head of government of the Hellenic Republic and the leader of the Greek cabinet.
The Prime Minister is appointed by the President of Greece upon the nomination of Parliament.
The current Prime Minister is Kostas Karamanlis, leader of the New Democracy party.
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  Greece - Search View - MSN Encarta   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Mainland Greece includes the regions of Thrace and Macedonia in the north; Epirus, Thessaly (Thessalia), and Central Greece in the central section; and the Pelopónnisos, a peninsula connected to the rest of the mainland by the Isthmus of Corinth, in the south.
Greece’s inflation and deficits were still too high for the country to qualify in 1998 when the EU chose the participant countries, and so Greece could not adopt the euro when it was launched in January 1999.
Twice forced to resign as prime minister in 1915, Venizelos broke with the king for good in October 1916 by establishing a rival provisional government in Thessaloníki, the principal city of the new territories that he had been instrumental in liberating from the Ottomans.
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 Greece at Caribbean Topfunwebsites   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Greece became a province of the Roman Empire, but Greek culture would continue to dominate the eastern Mediterranean and when the Empire finally split in two the Eastern or Byzantine Empire, centered on Constantinople, would remain Greek in nature, as well as encompassing Greece itself.
Greece, before the Ottoman rule, was part of the Eastern Roman Empire or as it is commonly known the Byzantine Empire.
One small part of Greece, Mount Athos, is recognised by the Greek constitution as an autonomous monastic republic the foreign relations of which, however, remain the prerogative of the Greek state.
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 Greece
Greece is a constitutional republic and multiparty parliamentary democracy in which citizens choose their representatives in free and fair elections.
Greece is a multiparty democracy headed by Prime Minister Constantine Simitis of the Panhellenic Socialist Movement (PASOK), who was elected in free and fair elections in September 1996 and again in April 2000.
The Prime Minister has designated a member of his staff to coordinate the efforts of all government ministries having a role in their integration, and the Ministry of Interior established an interministerial committee in March with the same aim.
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 List of Prime Ministers of Greece - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Prime Minister of Greece (Πρωθυπουργός in Greek) is the head of government of the Hellenic Republic and the leader of the Greek cabinet.
The Prime Minister is appointed by the President of Greece upon the nomination of Parliament.
The current Prime Minister is Kostas Karamanlis, leader of the New Democracy party.
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 World Almanac for Kids
The mainland portion of Greece comprises the regions of Thrace and Macedonia in the N; Epirus, Thessaly (Thessalía), and Central Greece in the central section; and, in the S, the Peloponnesus (Pelopónnisos), a peninsula, which is connected to the rest of the mainland by the Isthmus of Corinth.
The charter retained the hereditary monarchy, declaring Greece to be a “crowned democracy,” but the king was deprived of much of the authority vested in him by the constitution of 1952.
The 1975 constitution of Greece guarantees the right to “freely establish and participate in political parties.” The largest parties in the mid-1990s were the Panhellenic Socialist Movement, known as Pasok; the center-right New Democracy party; the nationalist Political Spring; and the Communist Party of Greece.
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 Kids.Net.Au - Encyclopedia > List of Prime Ministers of Greece
April 26, 1944 - January 3, 1945 (in exile in Cairo to October 18, 1944)
A list of Greek Prime Ministers since 1848 (http://ftp.jumpy.it/dimitris/political1.htm)
Politics of Greece, List of Kings of Greece, Lists of incumbents
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 First Balkan Transboundary Park -- the Speeches
Greece is today in a privileged position as far as her development and her position in the broader economic and political map of the Balkans are concerned
At the same time, Greece's presence as a member state of the European Union in the Southern Balkans, is a point of reference to the stability and cooperation, aiming at the peaceful coexistence and reconstruction of the region.
As Prime Minister of the Government of the Republic of Macedonia, I express my pleasure with the proposed Declaration on the organization of the Prespa Park, the protection of the natural environment and sustainable development of the two lakes and their surrounding.
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 Greece
Greece was invited by the Community of Democracies' (CD) Convening Group to attend the November 2002 second CD Ministerial Meeting in Seoul, Republic of Korea, as a participant.
Greece is a multiparty democracy headed by Prime Minister Constantine Simitis of the PASOK, who was elected in free and fair elections in September 1996 and again in April 2000.
The Prime Minister designated a member of his staff to coordinate the efforts of all government ministries having a role in their integration, and the Ministry of Interior established an interministerial committee in March 2001 with the same aim.
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 WPNI: International Spotlight: Greece
Now Greece is firmly part of the EU and EMU, with exchange rates and monetary policy set by the EU and interest rates on a par with the rest of the EU.
Much of the credit for Greece's remarkable economic success over the past five years belongs with the prime minister, a pragmatic economist who in 1996 set out to bring Greece up to EU speed as his primary goal for government.
He also points out that entry to the EMU has committed Greece and Greeks to expand and deepen their participation in Europe, contradicting critics who had said Greece was only going through the motions of economic reform to reap the benefits of the EMU.
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 List of Prime Ministers of Greece - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Recently there has been a increasing tendency to use the Greek forms, but there is no consistency (Andreas Papandreou, for example, is never called Andrew Papandreou, but George Papandreou is never called Giorgios Papandreou).
Reflecting this inconsistency, this table uses Greek forms except for those Prime Ministers for whose names an Anglicised form is established.
List of Greek heads of state and government (http://rulers.org/rulg2.html#greece)el:Κατάλογος Πρωθυπουργών της Ελλάδας
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 Prime Minister of Greece - Phantis
September 19, 1916 - June 27, 1917 (Rival government controlling Northern Greece and Crete.
October 10, 1916 - February 5, 1917 (Controlling Southern Greece).
List of Greek heads of state and government
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 The Economy Heads in the Clouds - Global Policy Forum - Social and Economic Policy
The guest list is said to be exclusive with numbers limited to 1,000 chief executives, 200 senior government officials, 40 heads of state and hundreds of academics and journalists.
Russian Prime Minister Yevgeny Primakov, US vice-president Al Gore and United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan top the list of political heavyweights this year, along with Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat, German Chancellor Gerhard Schröder and South African President Nelson Mandela.
However, cynics should be reminded of the 1988 Forum which led to the prime ministers of Greece and Turkey agreeing to avoid war after years of heightened tensions between the two, particularly over Cyprus.
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 EMBASSY OF GREECE: PRESS OFFICE - News Bulletin   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Greece, he said, had not had a developed economy which simply needed adjustment; it had been a country at a substantially lower developmental level; a country which had come to believe that economic stability was an unattainable goal.
The event was also welcomed as positive, not only for Greece but for the E.U. as a whole, in comments by European Commissioner Pedro Solbes, responsible for economic and monetary affairs, by officials of the Federation of E.U. Banks, and by the prime ministers or heads of state of all of Greece's fellow E.U. member-nations.
Although Greece will not officially join the EMU until next January 1st, French Prime Minister Lionel Jospin invited Greece to sit informally on the E.U.'s Council of Economic and Finance Ministers (ECOFIN) as of July 1st, as a measure of trust in Greece and the Greek economy.
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 Greek History
Ancient Greece: The Theban Hegemony: 371-362 BC Sparta is defeated at Leuktra and Theba rises as the leader of the Greek city-states.
A list of all the emperors from 284 A.D. until 1453 when Konstantinos Palaelogos was captured by Mehmet II of the Othoman Turks.
A list of politicans, the political parties and heads of the state of Modern Greece.
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 EMBASSY OF GREECE: PRESS OFFICE - News Bulletin   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Greece, in this connection, is increasingly involved in trade and investment with all the countries of the region, with some 3,000 Greek companies actively engaged.
Prime Minister Simitis said that the results were "below expectations" but they proved that the government's policy to promote self-government and decentralization had the support of the electorate.
Papantoniou was named by Euromoney magazine as runner-up to Poland's Lascek Balcerowicz as "finance minister of the year," the report quoted the Greek minister's account of the success of the Greek government's efforts in the past four years to progress towards meeting the EMU criteria as well as Greece's views on the international financial crisis.
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 Politics of Greece - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The prime minister and cabinet play the central role in the political process, while the president performs some executive and legislative functions in addition to ceremonial duties.
The prime minister is appointed by the president and he is usually the leader of the party controlling the absolute malority of Parliament members.
Greece directs approximately 4.3% of its GDP to military expenditures, the 4rd highest percentage in Europe (behind Russia Croatia Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia).
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 Kingdom of Yugoslavia - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
The Yugoslav kingdom bordered Italy and Austria to the northwest, Hungary and Romania to the north, Bulgaria to the east, Greece and Albania to the south, and the Adriatic Sea to the west.
However the radicals themselves were not happy that they had only three ministers to the Democratic Parties eleven and on 16 August 1919 Stojan Protić handed in his resignation.
The expansion of Nazi Germany in 1938 gave new momentum to efforts to solve these problems and in 1939 Prince Paul appointed Dragiša Cvetković as prime minister, with the goal of reaching an agreement with the Croatian opposition.
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 Osmanlı Tarihi Kültürü Medeniyeti Edebiyatı Sanatı
Greece is divided into 51 prefectures, each headed by a prefect (nomarch), who is elected by direct popular vote.
Limited steps have been taken to turn the Greek military into a semi-professional army in the last years, leading to the gradual decrease of the service from 18 to 12 months and the insertion of a great number of "professional" military personnel in most vertices of the force.
The cabinet includes the heads of all executive ministries, appointed by the president on the recommendation of the prime minister.
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Today, in welcoming Prime Greece as a partner in meeting many of the challenges that cross borders In the Balkans, in the new Europe, in Cyprus, Greece remains a factor Greece's security and the sanctity of its borders.
After the Mitsotakis of Greece and Prime Minister Yilmaz and President Ozal of Turkey and Turkish Cypriot representatives and those of the Governments of Greece of State Baker met with the Foreign Ministers of Greece and Turkey and   HYPERLINK "http://bushlibrary.tamu.edu/papers/1991/91102305.html" October 23, 1991, May 12 2000 S.
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 Greece
Greece is a constitutional republic and multiparty parliamentary democracy.
Several foreign religious groups, including protestant groups and Mormons, reported difficulty renewing the visas of their non-EU citizen ministers because there is not a distinct visa category for religious workers and the Government's interpretation of its obligations to control entry to non-EU citizens under the Schengen Treaty.
There was 1 woman among the 19 ministers in the Government and women held 2 of the 28 subministerial positions.
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 List of Prime Ministers of England (Mosley's Britain) - Alternative History - a Wikia wiki   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
List of Prime Ministers of England (Mosley's Britain)
The following is a list of people who have held the office of Prime Minister of England since the Dissolution of the United Kingdom in 1991.
For a list of UK Prime Ministers before this date, see List of Prime Ministers of the United Kingdom (Mosley's Britain)
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 U.S. Arms Clients Profiles--Greece
Greece has been an important U.S. ally since becoming part of NATO in 1952, principally because of its strategic location in the Aegean Sea.
The source of much of the conflict between Greece and Turkey is over the many disputed islands in the Aegean and the Mediterranean Seas.
During a further wave of increased tensions in the winter of 1998-99, Greece reacted to perceived threats from Turkey and deployed a missile system on Crete.
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 ipedia.com: List of Greeks Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
List of Greek Orthodox Patriarchs of Alexandria and all Africa
Eleftherios Venizelos, (1864-1936), Prime Minister, and most significant politician of modern Greece.
See also: List of Kings of Greece, List of Prime Ministers of Greece, List of Presidents of Greece
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 Antonios Kriezis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Antonios Kriezis (Greek: Αντώνιος Κριεζής) (1796 - 1865), a soldier fought for the Greek War of Independence of 1821 and later served as the Prime Minister of Greece.
Kriezis is descended from a well-known family of the island of Hydra and was born in Troezen in 1796.
Under King Otto in 1836, he became minister of the navy and later served as Prime Minister of Greece from December 24, 1849 until May 28, 1854.
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 List of Prime Ministers of Greece Details, Meaning List of Prime Ministers of Greece Article and Explanation Guide
List of Prime Ministers of Greece Details, Meaning List of Prime Ministers of Greece Article and Explanation Guide
List of Prime Ministers of Greece Guide, Meaning, Facts, Information and Description
This is an Article on List of Prime Ministers of Greece.
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 List of Prime Ministers of Greece . Enpsychlopedia
The Prime Minister of Greece (Greek: Πρωθυπουργός της Ελλάδας) is the head of government of the Hellenic Republic and the leader of the Greek cabinet.
Rival "Government of National Defence" controlling northern Greece and Crete.
List of Greek heads of state and governmentbg:Министър-председател на Гърция
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