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This Is a List of Presidents of Greece. The President of Greece is the leader of Greece. The President is the highest political official position in Greece by influence and recognition, he also has the most power out of everyone.The President is also the Commander-in-Chief of the Greece armed forces. The President is elected through popular vote to a four year term in office. Currently there is no accepted or constitutional limit on the number of terms a president can have, although precedent dictates two or three terms per president.
|No.||Photo||President||Took Office||Left Office||Party||Vice President|
|January 6, 1937||January 6, 1949||Democratic||Hunter Vassallo|
|2||Zack Frangos||January 6, 1949||January 6, 1953||Nationalist||Frank Thanos|
|3||Peter Hero||January 6, 1953||January 6, 1961||Communist||Morgan Sagona|
|4||Brian Nicolo||January 6, 1961||January 6, 1969||Communist||Andrew Roda|
|5||Andrew Roda||January 6, 1969||
May 15, 1975
(died in office)
|6||Kenyon Biros||May 15, 1975||
December 7, 1980
|7||Marcus Halkias||December 9, 1980||January 6, 1992||Democratic||Rex Primo|
|8||Vince Zika||January 6, 1992||January 6, 1996||Democratic||Ryan Castellanos|
|9||Mario Doukas||January 6, 1996||
January 20, 2000
|10||Nick Vitalis||January 22, 2000||January 6, 2004||Progressive||Allen Fotos|
|11||Dan Resta||January 6, 2004||January 6, 2012||Democratic||Tommy Valahakis|
|12||Chucky Zurlo||January 6, 2012||Incumbent||Communist||Mark Xenakis|