GREECE: Venizelos Takes Office

Ex-Premier Eleutherios Venizelos became once again Premier of Greece.

Previous to M. Venizelos' installation, General Danglis, Chairman of the Venizelist Party, accepted the task of forming a Cabinet, but failed in the attempt.

Although M. Venizelos had decided not to head a government, he was forced to accept the office owing to the constant altercations which were carried on within the Party ranks. He finally accepted the Premiership without portfolio; George Roussos, quondam Greek Minister to the U. S., was appointed Foreign Minister; M. Kauandaris, Minister of Justice; M. Michalakopoulos, Finance; M. Gondikas,...

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