|Prime Minister of Greece|
25 November 1973 –23 July 1974
|Preceded by||Spyros Markezinis|
|Succeeded by||Konstantinos Karamanlis|
|Minister of Interior|
26 August 1971 –10 May 1973
|Preceded by||Stylianos Pattakos|
|Succeeded by||Stylianos Pattakos|
21 April 1967 –26 August 1971
|Preceded by||Konstantinos Papakonstantinou|
|Succeeded by||Ioannis Koulis|
25 November 1973 –26 July 1974
|Preceded by||Ioannis Koulis|
|Succeeded by||Ioannis Pesmazoglou|
|Born||20 August 1919|
Psari, Messenia, Greece
|Died||10 November 2000 81)(aged|
Adamantios Androutsopoulos (Greek : Αδαμάντιος Ανδρουτσόπουλος; 20 August 1919 – 10 November 2000) was a lawyer and professor. He held various ministerial posts under the Greek military junta of 1967–1974 and was finally appointed 168th Prime Minister of Greece from 1973 to 1974 by junta strongman Dimitrios Ioannides.
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| Prime Minister of Greece |
25 November 1973 – 23 July 1974
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