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Hellenic Republic Ministry of Culture
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Established: 1971
Minister for Culture Antonis Samaras
Deputy Minister Giannis Ioannidis
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List of Ministers for Culture and Science, 1971–1985

# Name Took Office Left Office Party
1. Konstantinos Panayiotakis 26 August 1971 25 November 1973
2. Dimitrios Tsakonas 25 November 1973 24 July 1974
3. Konstantinos Tsatsos 26 July 1974 10 October 1974 National Radical Union
4. I.M. Panayotopoulos 10 October 1974 21 November 1974
5. Konstantinos Tripanis 21 November 1974 28 November 1977 New Democracy
6. Georgios Plitas 28 November 1977 25 September 1978 New Democracy
7. Demetrios Nianias 25 September 1978 9 May 1980 New Democracy
8. Andreas Andrianopoulos 10 May 1980 19 October 1981 New Democracy
9. Melina Mercouri 21 October 1981 26 July 1985 Panhellenic Socialist Movement

List of Ministers for Culture and Athletics, 1985–present

# Name Took Office Left Office Party
Melina Mercouri 26 July 1985 1 July 1989 Panhellenic Socialist Movement
10. Georgios Mylonas (first term) 2 July 1989 23 November 1989 New Democracy
11. Sotiris Kouvelas 23 November 1989 12 February 1990 New Democracy
Georgios Mylonas (2nd term) 12 February 1990 11 April 1990 New Democracy
12. Tzannis Tzannetakis 11 April 1990 8 August 1991 New Democracy
13. Anna Psarouda-Benaki 8 August 1991 3 December 1992 New Democracy
14. Dora Bakoyanni 3 December 1992 13 October 1993 New Democracy
Melina Mercouri (2nd term) 13 October 1993 6 March 1994 Panhellenic Socialist Movement
15. Thanos Mikroutsikos 16 March 1994 22 January 1996 Panhellenic Socialist Movement
16. Stavros Benos 22 January 1996 26 September 1996 Panhellenic Socialist Movement
17. Evangelos Venizelos (1st term) 26 September 1996 19 February 1999 Panhellenic Socialist Movement
18. Elisavet Papazoi 19 February 1999 13 April 2000 Panhellenic Socialist Movement
19. Theodoros Pangalos 13 April 2000 20 November 2000 Panhellenic Socialist Movement
Evangelos Venizelos (2nd term) 20 November 2000 10 March 2004 Panhellenic Socialist Movement
20. Kostas Karamanlis 10 March 2004 15 February 2006 New Democracy
21. Georgios Voulgarakis 15 February 2006 19 September 2007 New Democracy
22. Michael Liapis 19 September 2007 8 January 2009 New Democracy
23. Antonis Samaras 8 January 2009 5 October 2009 New Democracy
24. Pavlos Geroulanos 7 October 2009 Incumbent Panhellenic Socialist Movement

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