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Mitsotakis mixes old hands and technocrats to stamp reformist bent on cabinet
Kyriakos Mitsotakis’s first cabinet reveals a strategy for reforming Greece by mostly putting experienced ministers in key posts and backing them up with a layer of specialists underneath.
While the 51 ministers sworn in on Tuesday are more than the small, flexible team many expected, the 21 mostly junior members of the government who aren’t MPs is an unusually high number. Still, the occupants of the top posts reads almost like a who’s-w...
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