When Vassiliki Thanou was sworn in as Greece's prime minister she became the first woman to hold that post. Before this, she was a supreme court judge.
But she won't be prime minister for long — she was appointed to head the government until Greece can hold snap elections in about a month — probably on September 20. (Video via ERT)
This comes a week after Greece's former prime minister, Alexis Tsipras, resigned from his post to force elections. Most predictions say he will likely be reelected, and he's hoping that will give him a mandate on accepting bailout terms on Greece's debt.
Even though Thanou is just the interim prime minister, she takes the reigns at a challenging time for Greece. Unlike Tsipras, she is openly against austerity measures.
Thanou appointed her new cabinet on Friday.
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