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  • The President of the Hellenic Parliament
    Address Hellenic Parliament Vas Sofias 2 4 str P C 10021 Athens Tel 30 210 3708011 30 210 3708010 Personal Info Place and Date οf Birth Nikos Voutsis was born in Athens in 1951 His place of origin is Tegea in the prefecture of Arkadia Marital Status He is married to Angeliki Papazoglou and he has three children George Arianna Nicky and Panos Profession He worked as a freelancer 1975 2010 Studies He graduated from the Experimental School of the University of Athens Class of 69 He graduated from the Civil Engineer School of the National Technical University of Athens Foreign Languages He speaks German Parliamentary Activities Elected MP of SYRIZA in the 1st Constituency of Athens in the elections of May and June 2012 Re elected in the January and September 2015 elections Secretary of the Parliamentary Group of SYRIZA June 2012 December 2014 Member of the Standing Committee on Public Order Public Administration and Justice and of the Special Permanent Committee on Institutions and Transparency of the Hellenic Parliament Political Social Activities He actively participated in the mass student movement against the military regime as a member of the anti junta student committees of the National Technical University of Athens He vice chaired the first Central Council of the National Student Union of Greece in 1975 after the restitution of democracy which resulted from the National Council of which he was a member of the Bureau Secretary of the Central Council of the Student Organization ΕΚΟΝ Rigas Feraios of the Communist Party of Greece Interior ΚΚΕ Interior during two periods 1980 1985 A member of the Communist Party of Greece Interior and the 9 member Secretariat until 1986 He participated in the Communist Party of Greece Interior Reformist Left from 1987 to 1991 He became a member of

    Original URL path: http://www.parliament.gr/en/Organosi-kai-Leitourgia/Proedreio/Proedros (2016-02-10)
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  • Εlection-Mandate-Responsibilities
    Mandate Responsibilities articles 7 9 10 11 of the Standing Orders Electing the Speaker is one of the most important moments in terms of Parliamentary proceedings it requires an absolute parliamentary majority 151 votes Should a majority not be attained there is a new round of voting to elect the candidate who achieves most of the votes cast by relative majority The Speaker presides over parliamentary sittings is in charge

    Original URL path: http://www.parliament.gr/en/Organosi-kai-Leitourgia/Proedreio/Proedros/Eklogi-Thiteia-Armodiotites (2016-02-10)
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  • Former Speakers
    Parliament Former Speakers Results Photo Name Political Party Position Zoe Konstantopoulou The Speaker of the Hellenic Parliament 06 02 2015 03 10 2015 Evangelos Vasileios Meimarakis The Speaker of the Hellenic Parliament 29 06 2012 05 02 2015 Vyron Polydoras The Speaker of the Hellenic Parliament 18 05 2012 28 06 2012 Philippos Petsalnikos The Speaker of the Hellenic Parliament 15 10 2009 17 05 2012 Dimitrios Sioufas The Speaker

    Original URL path: http://www.parliament.gr/en/Organosi-kai-Leitourgia/Proedreio/Proedros/Diatelesantes-Proedroi (2016-02-10)
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  • The Deputy Speakers
    Recess Sections Recess Sections A B and C Composition Recess Sections Composition of Previous Terms Parliamentary Committees Committee for MP and Political Party Auditing Links Organization Operations The Presidium The Deputy Speakers articles 8 9 10 of the Standing Orders Deputy Speakers fill in for the Speaker in managing and discharging parliamentary duties Moreover Deputy Speakers often fill in for the Speaker and stand for Parliament in Greece and abroad

    Original URL path: http://www.parliament.gr/en/Organosi-kai-Leitourgia/Proedreio/Antiproedroi (2016-02-10)
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  • Former Deputy Speakers
    Alexios Mitropoulos 1st Deputy Speaker 06 02 2015 03 10 2015 Ioannis Balafas 2nd Deputy Speaker 06 02 2015 03 10 2015 Despoina Charalampidou 3rd Deputy Speaker 06 02 2015 03 10 2015 Nikitas Kaklamanis 4th Deputy Speaker 06 02 2015 03 10 2015 Spyridon Lykoudis 6th Deputy Speaker 06 02 2015 03 10 2015 Georgios Lamproulis 7th Deputy Speaker 06 02 2015 03 10 2015 Ioannis Drivelegkas 5th Deputy Speaker 09 07 2013 05 02 2015 Georgios Kalantzis 2nd Deputy Speaker 29 03 2013 05 02 2015 Ioannis Tragakis 1st Deputy Speaker 29 06 2012 05 02 2015 Athanasios Nakos 2nd Deputy Speaker 29 06 2012 28 03 2013 Christos Markogiannakis 3rd Deputy Speaker 29 06 2012 05 02 2015 Ioannis Dragasakis 4th Deputy Speaker 29 06 2012 05 02 2015 Leonidas Grigorakos 5th Deputy Speaker 29 06 2012 24 06 2013 Maria Kollia Tsaroucha 6th Deputy Speaker 29 06 2012 05 02 2015 Ioannis Tragakis 1st Deputy Speaker 18 05 2012 28 06 2012 Athanasios Nakos 2nd Deputy Speaker 18 05 2012 28 06 2012 Spyridon Taliadouros 3rd Deputy Speaker 18 05 2012 28 06 2012 Anastasios Tasos Kourakis 4th Deputy Speaker 18 05 2012 28 06 2012 Leonidas Grigorakos 5th Deputy Speaker 18 05 2012 28 06 2012 Maria Kollia Tsaroucha 6th Deputy Speaker 18 05 2012 28 06 2012 Elpida Pantelaki 7th Deputy Speaker 18 05 2012 28 06 2012 Anastasios Tasos Kourakis 7th Deputy Speaker 17 06 2010 17 05 2012 Grigorios Niotis 1st Deputy Speaker 15 10 2009 17 05 2012 Rodoula Zisi 2nd Deputy Speaker 15 10 2009 17 05 2012 Evangelos Argyris 3rd Deputy Speaker 15 10 2009 17 05 2012 Vyron Polydoras 4th Deputy Speaker 15 10 2009 17 05 2012 Varvara Vera Nikolaidou 5th Deputy Speaker 15 10 2009 17

    Original URL path: http://www.parliament.gr/en/Organosi-kai-Leitourgia/Proedreio/Antiproedroi/Diatelesantes-Antiproedroi (2016-02-10)
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  • Deans & Secretaries
    Recess Sections A B and C Composition Recess Sections Composition of Previous Terms Parliamentary Committees Committee for MP and Political Party Auditing Links Organization Operations The Presidium Deans Secretaries articles 8 9 10 of the Standing Orders Deans assist the Speaker in managing organizational and executive affairs or perform duties the Speaker assigns to them Secretaries assist the Speaker during Parliamentary sessions and carry out duties the Speaker assigns to

    Original URL path: http://www.parliament.gr/en/Organosi-kai-Leitourgia/Proedreio/Kosmitores-kai-Grammateis (2016-02-10)
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  • The Conference of Presidents
    Current 17th Term Composition of Previous Terms Recess Sections Recess Sections A B and C Composition Recess Sections Composition of Previous Terms Parliamentary Committees Committee for MP and Political Party Auditing Links Organization Operations The Conference of Presidents articles 13 14 of the Standing Orders The Conference a collective all party institution introduced by the Parliament s Standing Orders in 1987 and sanctioned by the 2001 Constitutional revision helps better organize parliamentary work as the Presidium gets to consult with all Parliamentary Groups The Conference consists of the Speaker and the Deputy Speakers of the Parliament former Speakers who are still elected MPs the Presidents of Standing Committees and that of the Special Standing Committee on Institutions and Transparency Parliamentary Group Presidents and a representative of independent MPs provided there are at least five of them The Conference of Presidents holds regular meetings once a week to consider sitting hours current lawmaking duties and holding debates and to generally exercise its role pursuant to the Constitution or the Standing Orders of the Parliament Following the Constitutional revision of 2001 the Conference of Presidents shall either unanimously or with the concurrence of 4 5 of members present select the Independent Authorities

    Original URL path: http://www.parliament.gr/en/Organosi-kai-Leitourgia/Diaskepsi-Proedron (2016-02-10)
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  • Parliamentary Groups
    Parliamentary Groups articles 15 20 of of the Standing Orders In today s democratic world and governments political parties are the main constituents of political life This is reflected on modern parliaments where typically there are very few independent MPs Most MPs are affiliated with a political group and elected as such as names of candidates are listed on party lists and ballots Οnce MPs assume office they form Parliamentary Groups A Parliamentary Group in the Hellenic Parliament should consist of at least ten 10 MPs who are members of the same party Five 5 MPs should also suffice provided the party they belong to had ballots in at least two thirds 2 3 of the constituencies and got at least three percent 3 of the total number of valid ballots in the country Provided he or she is an elected MP a party leader presides over the respective Parliamentary Group He may appoint up to two substitutes though the President of the largest Parliamentary Group the one which is actually in government as well as the President of the major Opposition Party may actually appoint up to three substitutes each There are Parliament premises meant for the exclusive use

    Original URL path: http://www.parliament.gr/en/Organosi-kai-Leitourgia/Koinovouleftikes-Omades (2016-02-10)
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