Theodoros Papatheodorou is from today o vice president of the Democrats party as announced by the party president Andreas Loverdos through a video presentation.

Mr. Loverdos underlined that “Theodoros Papatheodorou has a strong past, strong present and future. He was a politician of remarkable record with earnestness and eloquence. I welcome him with joy, I feel honored and I am very sure that our path will be a path of victory”.

For his part, Theodoros Papatheodorou, after thanking the President, said: “I am honored by the proposal of Andreas Loverdos and I thank him. With the DEMOCRATS we will fight for politics in the center, in Greece and Europe, for the rebirth of democracy with freedom, security and social cohesion. We invite you all to claim together in these elections our autonomous political expression with the center in front, with Greece in front, in United Europe. In two words: In the CENTER, neither right nor left!”

Biography of Theodoros Papatheodoros

Theodoros Papatheodorou was born in Patras in 1965 and there he finished the Experimental School and the Standard Classical High School. He is a university professor, Professor of Anti-Crime Policy at the University of Peloponnese, he was Rector of the University of Peloponnese during the period 2009-2012 and then Deputy Minister of Education from June 2012 to June 2013 in the three-party cooperation government.

He studied at the Law School of Athens and then did postgraduate and doctoral studies at the University of Poitiers in France.
He was an assistant professor at the Law School of the University of La Rochelle and Director of the Center for Francophone International Legal Studies of the same University.
During the period 2015-2019, he was a Member of Parliament for Achaia.
He has published many articles and scientific studies in Greek international legal journals, as well as monographs in Greek and French.
He has been an expert on Juvenile Criminal Justice and Anti-Crime Policy at the Council of Europe.
In 2003 the French Republic awarded him the Order of the Academic Phoenix.