Greek Prime Minister Andreas Papandreou, aiming to restore confidence in his scandal-hit government, reshuffled his Cabinet Friday but reappointed several ministers who had been expected to lose their posts.

Papandreou sacked his full Cabinet Thursday to have a free hand to clean house and stop damage from a $200 million bank scandal battering his Socialist government.But only four ministers were not reappointed, including Public Order Minister George Petsos and Justice Minister Vassilis Rotis.

Others widely expected to leave or change ministries returned to their jobs.