Savas Papapolitis

Savas Papapolitis (1912 in Makri – 1973 in Athens) was a Greek politician.

At the age of 40, he was the youngest leader of a major political party in the modern history of the Hellenic Republic. He was a member of the Greek Parliament, Minister of Trade, Minister of Industry, Leader of the political party National Progressive Center Union (EPEK) and co-founder of the Center Union party. He was instrumental in Greece's accession to NATO. As a Minister of Trade, Papapolitis played a major role in the restructure of the Greek economy in 1952.