President Nicos Anastasiades on Tuesday announced the much-anticipated mini reshuffle, introducing a few new faces, despite his declared wish to create a government of wider acceptance following a series of corruption scandals.
President Nicos Anastasiades’ efforts to deliver a Cabinet reshuffle to create a government of wider appeal have hit a brick wall as opposition parties are unwilling to offer support. Anastasiades launched a
President Nicos Anastasiades is preparing for a mini-reshuffle of his Cabinet to seek a government of wider appeal in the wake of public anger over corruption scandals and the need to execute
Nicos Anastasiades’ reshuffle is a clear indication that, halfway into his second term, the president is keen to embark on ribbon-cutting exercises than leave a legacy of peacemaker and economic saviour. The
President Nicos Anastasiades has increased his women ministers in a mini-cabinet reshuffle after appointing lawyer Emily Yiolitis as the new Justice Minister, Natasa Pilides takes over the key Energy Ministry. The mini
New faces are expected in the Nicos Anastasiades administration after he appointed his Justice Minister to become attorney general and the Defence Minister as his deputy. With Energy Minister George Lakkotrypis also
President Nicos Anastasiades told his new ministers to work hard with decisiveness and determination to implement overdue health, education and justice reforms. He made the comments on Tuesday, at the Presidential Palace
President Nicos Anastasiades announced a mini reshuffle of four changes to his administration leaving the cabinet with one woman and essentially no change in policy outlook. The mini reorganisation of the cabinet,