Athens, AFP. Greece's parliament elected the first woman president The parliament of Greece on Wednesday elected the first female president in the country's history. The head of parliament, Costas Tassoulas, reported that 261 MPs voted in favor of 63-year-old Ekaterini Sakellaropoulou as President of Republican Greece. Kellapoulou is the daughter of a Supreme Court judge and has a bachelor's degree from the Sorbonne University in Paris.

News agency AFP reports that she will be the first head of the Council of State of Greece. Not only this, she will be the President of Greece as well as the Commander in Chief which is a formal post. In Greece, Greece the President approves governments and laws. They also have the power to declare war with the government. According to the news agency Reuters, 64-year-old Kellapoulou (Ekaterini Sakellaropoulou) will also chair the top administrative court of Greece

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Ekaterini Sakellaropoulou will be the successor to Prokopis Pavlopoulos, whose five-year term ends in March. She will take the oath of office and secrecy on 13 March. Along with the victory in this election, Kelapoulou has set a new example of harmony in the field of politics. The surprising thing is that he has also got the votes of opposition party MPs in the 300-member parliament. Opposition parties supported him in this election. Especially the leftist Syriza Party, which was out of power in July last year.

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