Reshaping, timing and potential changes – The unmoved and those who leave

I am learning that discussions and … exploratory contacts have begun there in Maximos for the upcoming restructuring, which has been locked as all that remains is for the Prime Minister to press the button.

Dimitris Kottarides

Now, of course, I am not taking an oath as to the time when this will be done, as Kyriakos Mitsotakis has shown in the past that he examines in great detail every change he wants to make in the government structure, something that… eats up time.

The recommendations he has accepted, however, is to move immediately so that the new ministers and deputy ministers have time to be informed about their portfolio during the summer, although I do not see it. What is certain is that after August 15, around the 20th I would say, at the latest, we will have the relevant announcements.

It remains unknown whether we will finally talk about a structural transformation or some structural changes. The cat has informed me that Kyriakos Mitsotakis had in his plans at some point to change certain structures, such as for example creating a separate portfolio for social issues, a ministry of social welfare. But I don’t know if he will act on this logic in this reorganization or if he will wait for the next elections.

And now we go to the interesting and… juicy. Who will move, who will stay and who will go home? First of all, let me tell you that even the Prime Minister has not yet come to a complete conclusion. There are some who know how to keep them in their posts, most of them, there are some who will move them, there are also some who want to change them but don’t know what to do with them and some who will logically devote themselves to their… pre-election campaign undivided.

At the risk of being misunderstood with a lot of people, my cat therefore conveyed what he had heard in the corridors of Maximos on the subject. We will certainly have Ministers and Deputy Ministers moving. The executives of the financial staff, Staikouras and Skylakakis, who have a lot of work to do in the next period and with whom the Prime Minister seems satisfied, must be considered immovable in their posts.

Dendias, Panagiotopoulos, Pierrakakis and Voridis will also remain in their Ministries, while I am hearing about changes in Environmental Protection and Energy with the possible arrival of Yannis Maniatis.

According to the cat, the former Minister, although he does not come from the right, has thickened his contacts at the Maximos Palace to which he has been invited to give his light on dealing with the problems from the energy crisis. In fact, with this move, Kyriakos Mitsotakis will also mark an opening in the middle Pasokogeni space, something he has been thinking about for some time. I’m hearing about changes in other ministries as well, from which chaos may arise. For example, I hear that Stelios Petsas may be moved to the Ministry of Finance, which is closer to his field, while there are conflicting opinions on what will happen to the executives at Megaros Maximos. However, if there is any change there, it will have to do with the transfer of Giorgos Gerapetritis to a ministry, something that he may also seek.

This news has alarmed the cat because as she tells me, Gerapetritis is the one who deals with Peanut the most at Megaros Maximos and she is worried that if she moves, her boyfriend will be upset. Finally, I hear a difference about the possible transfer of Nikis Kerameos to another first-class ministry. My intuition here tells me that if she doesn’t want to move she won’t move as the Prime Minister says he is satisfied with her work so far.

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