Greek Justice Minister Names New Top Judges

ATHENS, Greece — Following a government session Tuesday (5 July), Justice Minister Anastassis Papaligouras announced personnel changes in two top judicial offices. Romylos Kedikoglou was named head of the Greek Supreme Court, while Giorgos Panayiotopoulos was tapped for head of the Council of State. New vice-chairmen were also appointed in a bid to restore the credibility of the judiciary, amid continued corruption scandals.

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