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Prime Minister of Yemen

 

Prime Minister of Yemen

Prime Minister of the
Republic of Yemen
Incumbent
Khaled Bahah

since 9 November 2014
Style His Excellency
Residence Sana'a, Yemen
Appointer President of Yemen
Term length Four years, renewable, no limits
Inaugural holder Haidar Abu Bakr al-Attas
Formation May 22, 1990
This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Yemen
Judiciary
Foreign relations

The Prime Minister of the Republic of Yemen is the head of government of Yemen.

Under the Constitution of Yemen, the Prime Minister is appointed by the President.

The current Prime Minister of Yemen is Khaled Bahah, who took office on 9 November 2014.

Contents

  • Prime Ministers of the Republic of Yemen (1990–present) 1
  • Footnotes 2
  • See also 3
  • External links 4

Prime Ministers of the Republic of Yemen (1990–present)

Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Term start Term end Political Party
1 Haidar Abu Bakr al-Attas
حيدر أبو بكر العطاس

(1939–)

22 May 1990 9 May 1994[1] Yemeni Socialist Party
Muhammad Said al-Attar
محمد سعيد العطار

(1927–2005)
Acting Prime Minister

9 May 1994 6 October 1994 Independent
2 Abdul Aziz Abdul Ghani
عبد العزيز عبد الغني

(1939–2011)

6 October 1994 14 May 1997 General People's Congress
3 Faraj Said Bin Ghanem
فرج سعيد بن غانم

(1937–2007)

14 May 1997 29 April 1998 Independent
4 Abd Al-Karim Al-Iryani
عبد الكريم علي يحي محمدعبد ألله الإرياني

(1934–)

29 April 1998 31 March 2001 General People's Congress
5 Abdul Qadir Bajamal
عبد القادر باجمال

(1946–)

31 March 2001 7 April 2007 General People's Congress
6 Ali Muhammad Mujawar
علي محمد مجور

(1953–)

7 April 2007 10 December 2011[2] General People's Congress
7 Mohammed Basindawa
محمد باسندوة

(1953–)

10 December 2011 9 November 2024[3] Independent
8 Khaled Bahah
خالد بحاح

(1965–)

9 November 2014 Incumbent Independent

Footnotes

  1. ^ Resigned during the 1994 civil war in Yemen.
  2. ^ Resigned during the Yemeni Revolution.
  3. ^ Resigned amidst the 2014–15 Yemeni coup d'état.

See also

External links

  • World Statesmen - Yemen
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