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Aristeidis Moraitinis (Greek: Αριστείδης Μωραïτίνης; 1806–1875) was born in Smyrna, Ottoman Empire (now İzmir, Turkey). He was educated in France, but during the reign of King Otto, he was a staunch member of the French Party. He served as the 15th Prime Minister of Greece for a few days in February 1863 during the period between the coup d'état against King Otto and the arrival of the new Danish-born Prince William who would be known in Greece as King George I. Moraitinis was made Prime Minister a second time for a little over a month in 1868. He died in Athens 1875.
|Prime Minister of Greece|
21 February 1863 – 24 February 1863
|Preceded by||Dimitrios Voulgaris|
|Succeeded by||Zinovios Valvis|
1 January 1868 – 6 February 1868
|Preceded by||Alexandros Koumoundouros|
|Succeeded by||Dimitrios Voulgaris|
Smyrna, Ottoman Empire
Athens, Kingdom of Greece
- John A. Petropulos; Politics and Statecraft in the Kingdom of Greece; Princeton University Press, 1968.