Ecumenical Cabinet of Xenophon Zolotas

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The Ecumenical Cabinet of Xenophon Zolotas was sworn in on November 23, 1989 when the Greek legislative election, November 1989 resulted in a hung parliament. After an agreement between the three biggest parties, New Democracy, Panhellenic Socialist Movement and Coalition of the Left and Progress, it was formed an ecumenical government under Xenophon Zolotas, an eminent economist, which replaced the previous caretaker government of Ioannis Grivas. Xenophon Zolotas made a Cabinet reshuffle on February 13, 1990.

When the government completed its work on April 8, 1990 elections were held with the electoral law passed by the Papandreou government.

First Cabinet[edit]

Office Incumbent Party Dates
Prime Minister Xenophon Zolotas Independent 23 November 1989-11 April 1990
Minister for the Presidency of the Government Nikolaos Themelis Independent 23 November 1989-11 April 1990
Minister for National Defence Tzannis Tzannetakis New Democracy 23 November 1989-13 February 1990
Minister for Foreign Affairs Antonis Samaras New Democracy 23 November 1989-16 February 1990
Minister for the Interior Theodoros Katrivanos Coalition of the Left and Progress 23 November 1989-11 April 1990
Minister of National Economy Georgios Gennimatas Panhellenic Socialist Movement 23 November 1989-13 February 1990
Minister for Finance Georgios Souflias New Democracy 23 November 1989-13 February 1990
Minister of Agriculture Stavros Dimas New Democracy 23 November 1989-13 February 1990
Minister of Labour Apostolos Kaklamanis Panhellenic Socialist Movement 23 November 1989-13 February 1990
Minister for Health, Welfare and Social Security Georgios Merikas Independent 23 November 1989-11 April 1990
Minister for Justice Konstantinos Stamatis Independent 23 November 1989-11 April 1990
Minister for National Education and Religious Affairs Costas Simitis Panhellenic Socialist Movement 23 November 1989-13 February 1990
Minister for Culture Sotiris Kouvelas New Democracy 23 November 1989-13 February 1990
Minister for Public Order Dimitrios Manikas Independent 23 November 1989-11 April 1990
Minister for Macedonia and Thrace Ioannis Deligiannis New Democracy 23 November 1989-11 April 1990
Minister for the Aegean Antonis Foussas New Democracy 23 November 1989-11 April 1990
Minister for the Environment, Physical Planning and Public Works Konstantinos Liaskas Independent 23 November 1989-11 April 1990
Minister of Industry, Energy and Technology Anastasios Peponis Panhellenic Socialist Movement 23 November 1989-13 February 1990
Minister of Trade Ioannis Varvitsiotis New Democracy 23 November 1989-13 February 1990
Minister for Transport and Networks Akis Tsochatzopoulos Panhellenic Socialist Movement 23 November 1989-13 February 1990
Minister for Mercantile Marine Nikolaos Pappas Independent 23 November 1989-11 April 1990
Minister for Tourism Tzannis Tzannetakis New Democracy 23 November 1989-11 April 1990
Alternate Minister for National Defence Karolos Papoulias Panhellenic Socialist Movement 23 November 1989-13 February 1990
Alternate Minister for Foreign Affairs Ioannis Pottakis Panhellenic Socialist Movement 23 November 1989-13 February 1990
Alternate Minister of National Economy Giannis Dragasakis Coalition of the Left and Progress 23 November 1989-13 February 1990
Alternate Minister for National Education and Religious Affairs Vassilis Kondogiannopoulos New Democracy 23 November 1989-13 February 1990
Alternate Minister of Industry, Energy and Technology Grigoris Giannaros Coalition of the Left and Progress 23 November 1989-13 February 1990
Alternate Minister for Transport and Networks Ioannis Kefalogiannis New Democracy 23 November 1989-13 February 1990

Second Cabinet[edit]

Office Incumbent Party Dates
Prime Minister Xenophon Zolotas Independent 23 November 1989-11 April 1990
Minister for the Presidency of the Government Nikolaos Themelis Independent 23 November 1989-11 April 1990
Minister for National Defence Theodoros Degiannis Independent 13 February 1990-11 April 1990
Minister for Foreign Affairs Georgios Papoulias Independent 16 February 1990-11 April 1990
Minister for the Interior Theodoros Katrivanos Coalition of the Left and Progress 23 November 1989-11 April 1990
Minister of National Economy Giorgos Kontogeorgis New Democracy 13 February 1990-11 April 1990
Minister for Finance Georgios Agapitos Independent 13 February 1990-11 April 1990
Minister of Agriculture Ioannis Liapis Independent 13 February 1990-11 April 1990
Minister of Labour Ioannis Koukiadis Panhellenic Socialist Movement 13 February 1990-11 April 1990
Minister for Health, Welfare and Social Security Georgios Merikas Independent 23 November 1989-11 April 1990
Minister for Justice Konstantinos Stamatis Independent 23 November 1989-11 April 1990
Minister for National Education and Religious Affairs Konstantinos Despotopoulos Independent, proposed by Synaspismos 13 February 1990-11 April 1990
Minister for Culture Georgios Mylonas Coalition of the Left and Progress 13 February 1990-11 April 1990
Minister for Public Order Dimitrios Manikas Independent 23 November 1989-11 April 1990
Minister for Macedonia and Thrace Ioannis Deligiannis New Democracy 23 November 1989-11 April 1990
Minister for the Aegean Antonis Foussas New Democracy 23 November 1989-11 April 1990
Minister for the Environment, Physical Planning and Public Works Konstantinos Liaskas Independent 23 November 1989-11 April 1990
Minister of Industry, Energy and Technology Pavlos Sakellaridis Independent 13 February 1990-11 April 1990
Minister of Trade Theodoros Gamaletsos Independent 13 February 1990-11 April 1990
Minister for Transport and Networks Georgios Noutsopoulos Independent 13 February 1990-11 April 1990
Minister for Mercantile Marine Nikolaos Pappas Independent 23 November 1989-11 April 1990
Minister for Tourism Tzannis Tzannetakis New Democracy 23 November 1989-11 April 1990

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