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Dimitrios Rallis

Dimitrios Rallis

Dimitrios Rallis (Greek: Δημήτριος Ράλλης; 1844–1921) was a Greek politician.[1] Rallis was elected to Parliament in 1872 and always represented the same Athenian constituency.[1] He became Minister in several governments and served as Prime Minister five times.[2] He last formed a government after the 1920 election and it was his cabinet that authorised the plebiscite that saw King Constantine's return to the throne. He died of cancer in Athens on August 5, 1921 at the age of 77.

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Political offices
Preceded by
Theodoros Deligiannis
Prime Minister of Greece
April 30, 1897 – October 3, 1897
Succeeded by
Alexandros Zaimis
Preceded by
Georgios Theotokis
Prime Minister of Greece
July 11, 1903 – December 7, 1903
Succeeded by
Georgios Theotokis
Preceded by
Theodoros Deligiannis
Prime Minister of Greece
June 22, 1905 – December 21, 1905
Succeeded by
Georgios Theotokis
Preceded by
Georgios Theotokis
Prime Minister of Greece
July 19, 1909 – August 28, 1909
Succeeded by
Kyriakoulis Mavromichalis
Preceded by
Eleftherios Venizelos
Prime Minister of Greece
November 18, 1920 – February 6, 1921
Succeeded by
Nikolaos Kalogeropoulos
  1. ^ a b Smith, Michael Llewellyn (January 1999). Ionian Vision: Greece in Asia Minor, 1919-1922. University of Michigan Press. pp. 324–5.  
  2. ^ Clogg, Richard (1987). Parties and elections in Greece: the search for legitimacy. Duke University Press. p. 4.  
  3. ^ Clogg, Richard (2002). A concise history of Greece. Cambridge University Press. p. 109.  

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