Charilaos Mitrelias

Charilaos Mitrelias (Greek: Χαρίλαος Μητρέλιας; died 16 May 1988 in Athens) was a Greek jurist and politician. He began a long career at the Council of State in 1929, culminating in his service as its president from 1961 until his retirement in 1966. He then served as Deputy Prime Minister in the government of Spyros Markezinis, a failed attempt to enact a transition to democracy during the Greek military junta of 1967–74.[1][2]

Charilaos Mitrelias
Χαρίλαος Μητρέλιας
Deputy Prime Minister of Greece
In office
8 October 1973 – 25 November 1973
Prime MinisterSpyros Markezinis
Preceded byStylianos Pattakos
Nikolaos Makarezos
Succeeded byGeorgios Mavros
Personal details
BornLesbos, Ottoman Empire
Died16 May 1988
Athens, Greece
NationalityGreek
Political offices
Preceded by Deputy Prime Minister of Greece
8 October – 25 November 1973
Vacant
Title next held by
Georgios Mavros
(in the August 1974 National unity government)
Legal offices
Preceded by President of the Council of State
1961–1966
Succeeded by

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ International Academy at Santa Barbara (1974). "Current World Leaders:biographies and news". Santa Barbara.
  2. ^ Katerina Papathanasiou (27 June 2015). "The 7 Referendums in Greece's History". Greece Reporter.