Greece’s interim government between now and the September 20 elections was sworn-in a little before 2:00 pm on Friday at the Presidential Mansion.
A total of 23 ministers were sworn in, with 20 of them giving a religious oath while three of them gave a political oath.
Education Minister Frosso Kiaou, Finance Minister Giorgos Chouliarakis and Alternate Immigration Policy Minister Ioannis Mouzalas were the three ministers who gave the political oath.
The ministers who compose the interim Greek government are:
Foreign Minister: Petros Molyviatis
Alternate Minister of European Affairs: Spyros Flogaitis
Interior Minister: Antonis Manitakis
Alternate Minister for Civil Protection: Antonis Makrydimitris
Alternate Minister of Migration Policy: Ioannis Mouzalas
Deputy Minister of Macedonia-Thrace: Filippos Tsalidis
Finance Minister: Giorgos Chouliarakis
Alternate Finance Minister: Tryfon Alexiadis
Shipping Minister: Nikos Christodoulakis
Alternate Shipping Minister: Christos Zois
Alternate Tourism Minister: Alkistis Protopsalti
National Defence Minister: Ioannis Giangos
Education Minister: Frosso Kiaou
Alternate Culture Minister: Marina Lambraki-Plaka
Productive Reconstruction Minister: Ioannis Golias
Alternate Environment Minister: Constantinos Mousouroulis
Alternate Agricultural Development Minister: Dimitrios Melas
Justice Minister: Dimitris Papangelopoulos
Labor Minister: Dimitris Moustakas
Health Minister: Athanasios Dimopoulos
State Minister for Combatting Corruption: Panagiotis Nikoloudis
State Minister: Eleftherios Papageorgopoulos
Government Spokesman: Rodolfos Moronis
The transitional government is scheduled to have the first meeting with Prime Minister Vassiliki Thanou at 2:30 pm Friday.