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Ioannis  DragasakisSYRIZA (Coalition of the Radical Left)

Ioannis Dragasakis

Member of Parliament State

Contact Info

Web Site:
http://www.dragasakis.gr
Email:
ydragasakis@parliament.gr
ydragasakis@vicepresident.gov.gr
Address:
Zalokosta 10, 106 71 Athens
Tel: [0030] 210- 368 2911 /2010
FAX: [0030] 210- 368 2706

Personal Info

Place and Date οf Birth:
Yannis Dragasakis was born in Crete in September 1947.
Marital Status:
He has two daughters, Marianna and Rinio.
Studies:
Yannis Dragasakis has studied Politics and Economics in Greece and abroad.

Parliamentary Activities

Yannis Dragasakis is the Vice-President of the Government (appointed in February 2015). He is a SYRIZA MP for the Second Constituency of Athens.
In the June 1989 General Election, he was elected MP for the Coalition of the Left and the Progress for the Constituency of Chania (Crete).
Thereafter, he was re-elected as an MP for the Second Constituency of Athens in 1996, 2004, 2007 and 2012.
During his time in Parliament Yannis Dragasakis has held numerous positions, including:
• Deputy Speaker of the Hellenic Parliament
• Member of the Hellenic Parliament’s Standing Committee on Economic Affairs and the Implementation of the State Budget
• Member of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe
• Chairperson of the Sub-Committee on the European Social Charter

Political/Social Activities

As a student in Athens, he was active member of the anti-junta movement. During his studies in London, he was Secretary of the Union of Greek Students in London.
Currently, he is a member of the Managing Board of the Athens-based Nikos Poulantzas Institute.
Yannis Dragasakis was a leading figure of the Greek Communist Party (KKE) until 1991 and one of the founders of the Coalition of the Left and the Progress (Synaspismos/SYN). In November 1989 Yannis Dragasakis was appointed Deputy Minister of Finance in the Ecumenical Cabinet of Xenophon Zolotas, a position he held through April 1990.



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