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Ministry for the Environment, Physical Planning and Public Works

The Ministry for the Environment, Physical Planning and Public Works of Greece (Greek: Υπουργείο Περιβάλλοντος, Χωροταξίας και Δημοσίων Έργων, commonly abbreviated as ΥΠΕΧΩΔΕ). Following the electoral victory of the Panhellenic Socialist Movement on 4 October 2009, the ministry was split up into a Ministry for the Environment, Energy and Climate Change, while its Public Works sector was merged with the Ministry for Transport and Communications to form the Ministry of Infrastructure, Transport and Networks.

List of Ministers for the Environment, Physical Planning and Public Works

Name Took Office Left Office Party
Stefanos Manos 14 March 1980 10 May 1980 New Democracy
Tzannis Tzannetakis 10 May 1980 21 October 1981 New Democracy
Athanasios Apostolos 21 October 1981 5 October 1984 Panhellenic Socialist Movement
Akis Tsochatzopoulos Panhellenic Socialist Movement
Stefanos Manos 11 April 1990 7 August 1991 New Democracy
Achilleas Karamanlis 7 August 1991 12 October 1993 New Democracy
Kostas Laliotis 25 October 1993 23 October 2001 Panhellenic Socialist Movement
Vasso Papandreou 24 October 2001 10 March 2004 Panhellenic Socialist Movement
Georgios Souflias 10 March 2004 7 October 2009 New Democracy

External links

  • Official Website (in English) (Ministry for the Environment, Energy and Climate Change)
  • Official Website (in Greek) (Ministry of Infrastructure, Transport and Networks)
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