Greece/Leader of the Opposition
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(Leader of the Opposition)
The Leader of the Official Opposition is the politician who leads the official Opposition in Greece. The Leader of the Opposition is normally the leader of the largest party not within the government, which is usually the second largest political party in the Hellenic Parliament.
According to the Standing Orders of the Hellenic Parliament (Art. 20) The President of the largest Parliamentary Group which does not participate in the Government, is called Leader of the Opposition and has special rights recognised by the Parliament's Standing Orders and current provisions.
Office Holders on Wikispooks
|Kyriakos Mitsotakis||11 January 2016||8 July 2019|
|Andonis Samaras||26 January 2015||5 July 2015|
|Alexis Tsipras||20 June 2012||26 January 2015|
|Andonis Samaras||30 November 2009||20 June 2012|
|George Papandreou||10 March 2004||6 October 2009|
|Kostas Karamanlis||21 March 1997||10 March 2004|
|Andreas Papandreou||11 April 1990||13 October 1993|
|Andreas Papandreou||12 October 1989||23 November 1989|
|Andreas Papandreou||28 November 1977||21 October 1981|