Panagiotis Poulitsas

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Panagiotis Poulitsas.

Panagiotis Poulitsas (Greek: Παναγιώτης Πουλίτσας) was a Greek judge and archeologist. He was born in Geraki, Laconia in 1881.[1]

As President of the Council of State, he took the premiership of an interim government from 4 to 18 April 1946 after the troubled 31 March 1946 elections, which were simultaneous with the reigniting of the Greek Civil War.

In 1947, he became a member of the Archaeological Society of Athens and of the Academy of Athens, of which he was elected president in 1954.[2]

He died in Athens οn 16 January 1968. He was the maternal grandfather of the famous authorist and playboy Sir Takis.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Michail Stamatelatos, Φωτεινή Βάμβα-Σταματελάτου. Επίτομο Γεωγραφικό Λεξικό της Ελλάδος (Geographical Dictionary of Greece). Athens: Hermes, 2001.
  2. ^ Ordinary Members of the Academy of Athens in order of selection, Website of the Academy of Athens
Political offices
Preceded by
Themistoklis Sophoulis
Prime Minister of Greece
4–18 April 1946
Succeeded by
Konstantinos Tsaldaris
Legal offices
Preceded by
Panagiotis Triantafyllakos
President of the Council of State
1943–1951
Succeeded by
Sotirios Souliotis