Greece Just Appointed Its First Out Gay Cabinet Minister

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01/04/2021

The center-right government of Greece announced the country’s first out minister on Monday. Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis appointed Nicholas Yatromanolakis as the new deputy minister of culture. The 44-year-old native of Athens had previously served as the culture ministry’s general secretary. Greece is currently dealing with high unemployment and an economic slowdown as a result of the country’s response to the global pandemic. Mitsotakis reshuffled the cabinet to help deal with the crisis, although he left most of the key cabinet positions left unchanged. Most notably, finance minister Christos Staikouras and health minister Vasilis Kilikias remain in their jobs.

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