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Prime Minister  Xenophon Zolotas
Spouse(s)  Sonia Tsitilou
Died  5 August 1997
Political party  Synaspismos
Children  One
Party  Synaspismos
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Alma mater  ASOEE Russian Academy of Sciences
Education  Athens University of Economics and Business, Russian Academy of Sciences

Grigoris Giannaros (Greek: Γρηγόρης Γιάνναρος; April 1936 – 5 August 1997) was a Greek politician and journalist who served in the Ecumenical Cabinet of Xenophon Zolotas and as a Member of the Hellenic Parliament.


Early life and education

Giannaros was born in April 1936 in the village of Salmoni, Elis. He studied economics at the Supreme School of Economics and Business (ASOEE), and completed post-graduate studies at the Russian Academy of Sciences.

Political career

Giannaros was a member of the Central Committee of Synaspismos. He was first elected to the Hellenic Parliament representing Athens B in the June 1989 election. In November 1989, he was appointed as an Alternate Industry Minister in the ecumenical cabinet of Xenophon Zolotas. He was re-elected as an MP for Athens B in the same month. In February 1990, he was removed from his position in a cabinet reshuffle, and was elected in the April 1990 election as the representative of Athens A.

Personal life

Giannaros was married to Sonia Tsitilou and they had one son.


Giannaros died on 5 August 1997 after a "lengthy illness". He was buried at Athens First Cemetery.


Grigoris Giannaros Wikipedia

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