Christos Panagioulas

Christos Panagioulas (Greek: Χρίστος Παναγιούλας; Domokos, 1882 – ?) was Greek politician.

BiographyEdit

He was born in Domokos, and was the son of Athanasios Panagioulas. He studied law in the University of Athens.[1]

He was elected member of parliament with People's Party in the 1933 election and was reelected, as member of parliament of Phthiotis-Phocis with PP in the 1946 election, and, as member of parliament of Domokos, with Greek Rally, in the 1952 election.[2][3]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Θεσσαλικά χρονικά, Ιστορική και Λαογραφική Εταιρεία Θεσσαλών, Athens 1935, p. 413
  2. ^ Hellenic Parliament, Registry of Deputies, Senators and Members of Parliament. 1822-1935, Athens 1986, p. 256 - 257
  3. ^ "Registry of Senators and Members of Parliament" (PDF). hellenicparliament. Hellenic parliament.