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Latest revision as of 19:51, 15 January 2020

This is a list of Presidents of Aetolia.

First Aetolian Republic (1099-1415)

  • Sabastian Zacharias (1099-1100); died in office
  • Georges Kappas (1100-1115)
  • Actaeon Petralia (1115-1121)
  • Archemorus Anagnos (1121-1125)
  • Triptolemus Angelopoulos (1125-1129)
  • Laius Booras (1129-1133)
  • Pietr Eliades (1133); assassinated
  • Phrixus Stamos (1133-1139)
  • Tymek Alexopoulos (1139-1143)
  • Androu Pepi (1143-1150)
  • Archemorus Mellas (1150-1167); died in office
  • Abydos Rines (1167-1177); assassinated
  • Acastus Buros (1177-1178); assassinated
  • Iason Chris (1178-1180)
  • Eupeithes Alexopoulos (1180-1189)
  • Cocytus Ladas (1189-1193)
  • Melanthius Cosse (1193-1199)
  • Biton Kouris (1199-1209)
  • Nik Zika (1209-1218)
  • Artemus Doukas (1218-1224)
  • Galan Muto (1224-1230)
  • Oceanus Pitera (1230-1234)
  • Eugenio Maris (1234-1238)
  • Pero Soulis (1238-1241)
  • Demetri Delis (1241-1252)
  • Actaeon Soulis (1252-1259)
  • Ascalaphus Lekas (1259-1274)
  • Cyryl Thanos (1274-1278)
  • Gaelan Vlahakis (1278-1282)
  • Gregos Hero (1282-1288)
  • Parthenios Mihal (1288-1289)
  • Nicholas Vassos (1289-1298)
  • Priam Xenos (1298-1302)
  • Phaethon Papadakis (1302-1324)
  • Christian Vasco (1324-1330)
  • Pippo Spino (1330-1339)
  • Phaethon Bouras (1339-1345)
  • Salmoneus Kellis (1345-1348)
  • Linus Manos (1348-1355)
  • Agamemnon Mina (1355-1367)
  • Napoleon Christakos (1367-1371)
  • Diomedes Perris (1371-1388)
  • Antares Mavros (1388-1389)
  • Kit Lagana (1389-1397)
  • Antares Mavros (1397-1401)
  • Paris Soter (1401-1407)
  • Akil Valis (1407-1412)
  • Giles Kollias (1412-1415); assassinated

The Kingdom of Aetolia existed between 1415 and 1789, thus Aetolia was a monarchy without a President.

Provisional Aetolian Republic (1789-1794)

Portrait Name
Honorifics
(Birth–Death)
Term of office

Electoral mandates
Other ministerial offices
held while Prime Minister
Political party Government
47 Alexis Androulakis.jpg His Grand Honour
Alexis Androulakis
(1720–1795)
1 September
1789
<center>9 March
1792
Grand Justice of Aetolia
Prime Minister of Aetolia
<center> United Group <center> First Grand Judicial Council
1790
Served as Grand Justice of Aetolia, which had assumed the role and responsibilities of the Prime Minister and the President. Voted for a second term by the Judicial council in 1790, defeated in 1792 by Nikos Venizelos.
48 Nikos Venizelos.jpg His Grand Honour
Nikos Venizelos
(1720–1795)
<center>9 March
1792
<center>1 May
1794
Grand Justice of Aetolia
Prime Minister of Aetolia
<center> United Group <center> Second Grand Judicial Council
1792
Served as Grand Justice of Aetolia, which had assumed the role and responsibilities of the Prime Minister and the President. Finalised the constitution, created the constitutional court and began restoration to power to respective branches of government.

Second Aetolian Republic (1794-present)

Political parties

  Liberation Party
  Liberal Party
  Reform Party
  Progressive Party
  Conservative Party
  Labour Party
  Socialist Party
  National Party
  Democratic Unity Party/Democratic Party

Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Term of Office;
Electoral mandates
Political Party
59 80px Eleftherios Petraccas
(1739–1816)
1 May 1794 23 August 1804 Liberation Party
1794, 1799
First elected President of Aetolia in the Second Republic, his swearing of oath formally established the Second Aetolian Republic. Changed the term for the Parliament of Aetolia from five to four years.
60 80px Menelaus Grivas
(1740–1821)
23 August 1804 30 April 1814 Reform Party
1804, 1809
First Reform Party President. First President to serve in Cohabitation after the Reform Party lost the 1806 parliamentary election; appointed Liberation Party leader Achates Tomaras as Prime Minister. Appointed a Reform cabinet after they won the 1810 election.
61 80px Athanasios Palas
(1743–1835)
30 April 1814 9 August 1819 Liberal Party
1814
First Liberal Party President. Won the 1814 joint presidential-parliamentary election by impressive margin; able to appoint Liberal Prime Minister.
62 80px Theodore Christakos
(1779–1858)
9 August 1819 4 March 1839 Liberation Party
1819, 1824, 1829, 1834
Served for four consecutive terms.
63 80px Telephus Alexopoulos
(1789–1862)
4 March 1839 3 August 1849 Reform Party
1839, 1844
Served for two terms.
64 80px Soterios Petrous
(1790–1850)
3 August 1849 12 September 1850 Liberation Party
1849
Served for one year, died during first term.
65 80px Homeros Ioannos
(1791–1859)
30 September 1850 2 October 1855 Liberal Party
1850
Served for one term.
67 80px Iason Palas
(1799–1872)
2 October 1855 4 November 1865 National Party
1855, 1860
Served for two terms.
68 80px Demitrius Miskos
(1807–1878)
4 November 1865 12 November 1870 Liberation Party
1865
Served for one term.
69 80px Theon Rallis
(1813–1879)
12 November 1870 3 February 1879 Reform Party
1870, 1875
Served for two terms. Died in office during second term.
70 80px Aegis Economos
(1822–1900)
29 March 1879 1 April 1889 Classical Party
1879, 1884
Served for two terms.
71 80px Dionysius Petrakis
(1824–1911)
1 April 1889 1 March 1899 Reform Party
1889, 1894
Served for two terms.
72 80px Eleutherios Vasilakis
(1841–1920)
1 March 1899 14 August 1914 Progressive Party
1899, 1904, 1909
Served for three terms.
73 80px Damon Georgiadis
(1869–1944)
14 August 1914 3 August 1919 Classical Party
1914
Served for one term.
74 80px Theodorus Metaxas
(1879–1974)
3 August 1919 12 June 1934 Liberal Party
1919, 1924, 1929
First term. Start of the Great Adonian War.
75 80px Theo Kontos
(1872–1949)
12 June 1934 30 May 1939 National Party
1934
Served one term.
76 80px Theodorus Metaxas
(1879–1974)
30 May 1939 15 June 1949 Democratic Unity Party
1939, 1944
Second term.
77 80px Plexippus Maragos
(1899–1970)
15 June 1949 20 June 1954 Conservative Party
1949
Served for one term.
78 80px Actaeon Panagopoulos
(1900–1983)
20 June 1954 5 May 1959 Socialist Party
1954
Served for one term.
79 80px Stephanos Giannopoulos
(1921–1982)
5 May 1959 20 April 1969 New Liberal Party
1959, 1964
Served for two terms.
80 80px Erechtheus Laskaris
(1927–1988)
20 April 1969 4 May 1974 Conservative Party
1969
Served for one term.
81 80px Laomedon Karahalios
(1930–1994)
4 May 1974 10 April 1984 Progressive Party
1974, 1979
Served for two consecutive terms.
82 80px Trophonius Vassallo
(1935–2006)
10 April 1984 19 April 2004 Socialist Party
1984, 1989, 1994, 1999
Served for four consecutive terms. Served in Cohabitation with Alexandros Stephanidis and Apostolos Michel. Responsible for appointing the first female Prime Minister in Aetolia. Convened the 1996 Constitutional Council. Unsuccessfully tried to stop the NAME War before being overridden by Parliament and the Defense Council.
83 Adam Constantinescu 1.jpg Adam Constantinescu
(1950–)
19 April 2004 9 October 2009 Socialist Party
2004
Served for one term.
84 Alexei Tavoularis 1.jpg Alexei Tavoularis
(1957–)
9 October 2009 22 March 2014 Labour Party
2009
Served for one term. Served in Cohabitation with Panagiotis Metaxas (2009-2011) and then Dimitrios Antoniou (2011-2014).
85 Tryfon Iordanou portrait1.jpg Tryfon Iordanou
(1959–)
22 March 2014 28 October 2019 Progressive Party
2014
Served one term, oversaw the Antoniou cabinets. Decided not to stand for reelection after his wife died in 2019.
86 Sofia-Katsaros-1.jpg Sofia Katsaros
(1970–)
28 October 2019 Incumbent Progressive Party
2019
Incumbent. First female President of Aetolia.