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Panellinion

The Panellinion (Greek: Πανελλήνιον) was the name given to the advisory body created on 23 April 1828 by Ioannis Kapodistrias, replacing the Legislative Body, as one of the terms he set to assume the governorship of the new country.[1] The Panellinion was later replaced by the Senate during the Fourth National Assembly at Argos in July of 1829.[2]

The Panellinion had 27 members, split into three departments.

Before publishing Kapodistrias' decision regarding the 1829 elections, the Governor added 9 new members to overcome the obstructions he faced by the Panellinion. With the majority now on his side, he had support for his actions.[3]

Contents

  • Notable members 1
  • Committees 2
    • Internal affairs 2.1
    • Military affairs 2.2
    • Finance 2.3
    • Secretary 2.4
  • References 3

Notable members

Among the members of the Panellinion were:

Committees

The committees of the Panellinion were:[10]

Internal affairs

  • Andreas Zaimis, president
  • Georgios Psyllas
  • Christodoulos Ainian

Military affairs

  • Petrobey Mavromichalis
  • Constantinos Zografos
  • Christodouloas Klonaris

Finance

  • Georgios Kountouriotis
  • Nikolaos Spiliadis
  • A. Papadopoulos

Secretary

Spyridon Trikoupis was initially appointed but was later replaced by Spiliadis

References

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  5. ^ a b c d e f (αναφέρεται διάταγμα της 23 Ιανουρίου για τα πρώτα εννέα μέλη και διάταγμα της 3 Φεβρουαρίου για άλλα έξη και στις 29 Μαρτίου άλλοι έξη)
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