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List of Prime Ministers of Guinea-Bissau

Prime Minister of the
Republic of Guinea-Bissau
Incumbent
Carlos Correia

since 17 September 2015
Appointer José Mário Vaz,
as President of Guinea-Bissau
Inaugural holder Francisco Mendes
Formation 24 September 1973
This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Guinea-Bissau

The following is a list of heads of government of Guinea-Bissau, since the establishment of the office of Prime Minister in 1973.

Contents

  • Prime Ministers of Guinea-Bissau (1973–present) 1
  • Footnotes 2
  • See also 3
  • External links 4

Prime Ministers of Guinea-Bissau (1973–present)

      African Party for the Independence of Guinea and Cape Verde (PAIGC)

      Party for Social Renewal (PRS)
Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Term of Office Party
1 Francisco Mendes
(1939–1978)[1]
24 September 1973 7 July 1978[2] PAIGC
2 Constantino Teixeira 7 July 1978 28 September 1978 PAIGC
3 João Bernardo Vieira
(1939–2009)
28 September 1978 14 November 1980[3] PAIGC
Vacant (14 November 1980 – 14 May 1982)
4 Victor Saúde Maria
(1939–1999)
14 May 1982 10 March 1984[4] PAIGC
Post abolished (10 March 1984 – 27 December 1991)
5 Carlos Correia
(1933–)
27 December 1991 26 October 1994 PAIGC
6 Manuel Saturnino da Costa
(1942–)
26 October 1994 6 June 1997 PAIGC
(5) Carlos Correia
(1933–)
6 June 1997 3 December 1998 PAIGC
7 Francisco Fadul
(1953–)
3 December 1998 19 February 2000 Independent
8 Caetano N'Tchama
(1955–)
19 February 2000 19 March 2001 PRS
9 Faustino Imbali
(1956–)
21 March 2001 9 December 2001 Independent
10 Alamara Nhassé
(1957–)
9 December 2001 17 November 2002 PRS
11 Mário Pires
(1949–)
17 November 2002 14 September 2003[5] PRS
Vacant (14 September 2003 – 28 September 2003)
12 Artur Sanhá
(1965–)
28 September 2003 10 May 2004 PRS
13 Carlos Gomes Júnior
(1949–)
10 May 2004 2 November 2005 PAIGC
14 Aristides Gomes
(1954–)
2 November 2005 13 April 2007 PAIGC
15 Martinho Ndafa Kabi
(1957–)
13 April 2007 5 August 2008 PAIGC
(5) Carlos Correia
(1933–)
5 August 2008 2 January 2009 PAIGC
(13) Carlos Gomes Júnior
(1949–)[6]
2 January 2009 10 February 2012 PAIGC
Adiato Djaló Nandigna
Acting Prime Minister
10 February 2012 12 April 2012[5] PAIGC
Vacant (12 April 2012 – 16 May 2012)
Rui Duarte de Barros
(1960–)
Acting Prime Minister
16 May 2012 3 July 2014 Independent
16 Domingos Simões Pereira
(1964–)
3 July 2014 20 August 2015 PAIGC
17 Baciro Djá
(1973–)
20 August 2015 17 September 2015 PAIGC
(5) Carlos Correia
(1933–)
17 September 2015 Incumbent PAIGC

Footnotes

  1. ^ In exile in Conakry, Guinea until 19 October 1974
  2. ^ Assassinated
  3. ^ Deposed Cabral in a coup d'état and become President
  4. ^ Fled to Portugal after a power struggle with President Vieira
  5. ^ a b Deposed in a coup d'état
  6. ^ Briefly placed under house arrest by soldiers during the 2010 military unrest

See also

External links

  • World Statesmen - Guinea-Bissau
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