Anastasiades government

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Anastasiades government
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Government of Cyprus
Incumbent
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Date formed 28 February 2013 (2013-02-28)
People and organisations
Head of government Nicos Anastasiades
Head of state Nicos Anastasiades
Number of ministers 13
Member parties DISY
DIKO
Status in legislature Grand coalition
Opposition party Progressive Party of Working People
Movement for Social Democracy
EVROKO
Opposition leader Andros Kyprianou
History
Election(s) 2013 election
Predecessor Christofias government

The Anastasiades government is the incumbent government of Cyprus, forming the Council of Ministers. Sworn in on 28 February 2013, it initially consisted of 13 ministers representing a governing coalition of President Nicos Anastasiades' Democratic Rally party (DISY) with DIKO and EVROKO parties. After the withdrawal of DIKO from the coalition, the government coalition consists only of DISY and EVROKO members, as well as other, independent technocrats.

Cabinet[edit]

Office Name Period Party
President Nicos Anastasiades N/A DISY
Ministry of Foreign Affairs Ioannis Kasoulidis 1 Mar 2013– DISY
Ministry of Finance Harris Georgiades[1] 3 Apr 2013– DISY
Ministry of Interior Socratis Hasikos 1 Mar 2013– DISY
Ministry of Defence Christoforos Fokaides 7 Apr 2014– DISY
Ministry of Education and Culture Costas Kadis 14 Mar 2014– Independent
Ministry of Communications and Works Marios Demetriades 14 Mar 2014– Independent
Ministry of Energy, Commerce, Industry and Tourism Georgios Lakkotrypis 1 Mar 2013– Independent
Ministry of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Environment Nicos Kouyialis 1 Mar 2013– EVROKO
Ministry of Labour and Social Insurance Zeta Emilianidou[2] 3 Apr 2013– Independent
Ministry of Justice and Public Order Ionas Nicolaou 1 Mar 2013– DISY
Minister of Health George Pamboridis 27 Jul 2015– Independent
Government spokesman Nikos Christodoulides 14 Apr 2014– Independent
Undersecretary to the President Constantinos Petrides 1 Mar 2013– DISY

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Curriculum Vitae", Ministry of Finance, Republic of Cyprus, retrieved 13 August 2013 
  2. ^ "Curriculum Vitae", Ministry of Labour and Social Insurance, Republic of Cyprus, retrieved 13 August 2013 

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