Third Cabinet of Costas Simitis

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Costas Simitis served as a Prime Minister of Greece for three consecutive terms (1996-2004), at the head of the Panhellenic Socialist Movement (PASOK). His third cabinet was formed after the 2000 elections and was succeeded by the first cabinet of Kostas Karamanlis (New Democracy).

Third Simitis cabinet, 2000–2004[edit]

Office Incumbent Since
Prime Minister Costas Simitis 13 April 2000
Minister of the Interior, Public Administration and Decentralization Vasso Papandreou 13 April 2000
replaced by
Kostas Skandalidis 24 October 2001
replaced by
Nikolaos-Michail Alivizatos 13 February 2004
Minister of Economy and Finance Yiannos Papantoniou 13 April 2000
Minister for Foreign Affairs George Papandreou 13 April 2000
replaced by
Tassos Yiannitsis 13 February 2004
Minister for National Defence Akis Tsochatzopoulos 13 April 2000
replaced by
Yiannos Papantoniou 24 October 2001