Mitsotakis promises cabinet changes

New Democracy leader, and election favorite, Kyriakos Mitsotakis campaigning in Crete. [Intime News]

New Democracy leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis has promised a different cabinet, including more women, in case he wins an outright majority in the June 25 election, as current opinion polls indicate.

Mitsotakis' new cabinet will also be a larger one, since he has said he will create a new Demographics and Housing Policy ministry, saying that the current Labor Ministry is too unwieldy; Mitsotakis has also indicated he will split the Infrastructure and Transport ministry in two.

Besides the women, a new cabinet may contain many familiar faces in new roles: Mitsotakis has used the term "rotation" to indicate what sort of changes he will make to his cabinet.

One thing he will not take into account into forming his cabinet, Mitsotakis claims, is how to balance different factions within the party or the prospective ministers' vote-getting in the May 21 election, even...

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