Government of President Bagapsh

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The Government of President Sergei Bagapsh was the Government of the Republic of Abkhazia from 2005 until 2011.

Composition[edit]

President Sergei Bagapsh
12 February 2005 - 29 May 2011
Alexander Ankvab
29 May – 26 September 2011
Vice-President Raul Khajimba
12 February 2005 - 28 May 2009
Alexander Ankvab
12 February 2010 - 29 May 2011
Head of the Presidential Administration Valery Arshba
15 February 2005 - 1 March 2010
Grigori Enik
2 March 2010 - 10 October 2011
Secretary of the Security Council Stanislav Lakoba
17 February 2005 - 25 August 2009
Aleksandr Voinskiy
17 September 2009 - 18 August 2010
Otar Khetsia
18 August 2010 - 7 December 2011
Head of the State Security Service Iuri Ashuba
28 February 2005 - 23 February 2010
Aslan Bzhania
23 February 2010 - 26 September 2011
Cabinet:
Prime Minister Alexander Ankvab
14 February 2005 - 13 February 2010
Sergei Shamba
13 February 2010 – 27 September 2011
First Vice Premier Leonid Lakerbaia
19 January 2009 – 10 October 2011
Vice Premiers Leonid Lakerbaia
24 February 2005 - 19 January 2009
Daur Tarba
24 February 2010 - 4 March 2011
Vakhtang Pipia
30 March – 10 October 2011
Beslan Kubrava
24 February 2005 – 10 October 2011
Sultan Sosnaliyev
25 February 2005 - 8 May 2007
Alexander Stranichkin
10 March 2006 – 10 October 2011
Chief of the Cabinet Staff Zurab Adleiba
9 September 2005 - 9 September 2010
Daur Kobe
9 September 2010 - 20 October 2011
Cabinet Ministers:
Defence Sultan Sosnaliyev
25 February 2005 - 8 May 2007
Mirab Kishmaria
10 May 2007 – 11 October 2011
Internal Affairs Otar Khetsia
25 February 2005 - 12 August 2010
Ramin Gablaia
12 August - 22 September 2010
Leonid Dzapshba
22 September 2010 – 20 October 2011
Foreign Affairs Sergei Shamba
21 March 2005 - 26 February 2010
Maxim Gvinjia
26 February 2010 – 11 October 2011
Justice Lyudmila Khodzhashvili
7 April 2005 – 31 October 2011
Finance Beslan Kubrava
24 February 2005 – 10 October 2011
Economy Kristina Ozgan
25 February 2005 – 27 October 2011
Taxes and Fees Vakhtang Pipia
25 February 2005 - 30 March 2011
Rauf Tsimtsba
4 April – 11 October 2011
Agriculture Vitali Smyr
25 February 2005 - 2007
Yuri Aqaba
6 August 2007 – 18 October 2011
Education Indira Vardania
10 March 2005 – 20 October 2011
Culture Nugzar Logua
10 March 2005 – 13 October 2011
Health Zurab Marshan
25 February 2005 – 28 October 2011
Labour and Social Security Olga Koltukova
2 March 2005 – 20 October 2011
Chairmen of State Committees:
Customs Grigori Enik
24 February 2005 - 2 March 2010
Said Tarkil
2 March 2010 - 14 October 2011
Property Management and Privatisation Daur Tarba
24 February 2005 - 3 April 2007
Konstantin Katsia
3 April 2007 - 28 October 2011
Forestry Adolf Shamba
24 February 2005 -
Resorts and Tourism Tengiz Lakerbaia
24 February 2005 - 14 October 2011
Standards, Metrology and Certification Nerses Nersesyan
24 February 2005 -
Youth Affairs and Sports Rafael Ampar
24 March 2005 - 28 October 2011
Repatriation Anzor Mukba
24 February 2005 - 9 September 2010
Zurab Adleiba
9 September 2010 - 14 October 2011
Ecology and Nature Roman Dbar
7 April 2010 - 14 October 2011

Changes[edit]

Most of the cabinet members were first appointed after President Bagapsh came to power in 2005. Foreign Minister Sergei Shamba was one of the few Ministers to be re-appointed. Since then, the cabinet has undergone few changes.

  • On 3 April 2007, Chairman of the State Committee for Management of State Property and Privatization Daur Tarba transferred to become head of the Ochamchira District.[2] He was replaced by Konstantin Katsia.[3]
  • On 8 May 2007, Minister of Defence and Vice Premier Sultan Sosnaliyev resigned.[4] He was succeeded as Defence Minister (but not as Vice Premier) by First Deputy Defence Minister Mirab Kishmaria, in an acting fashion from 10 May and permanently from 26 July onwards.[5]
  • On 19 January 2009, Vice-Premier Leonid Lakerbaia was promoted to the position of First Vice-Premier.[7]
  • After the December 2009 re-election of President Bagapsh, he replaced State Security Service Head Iuri Ashuba with Aslan Bzhania on 23 February 2010.[11] On 1 March, he released Valery Arshba as Head of the Presidential Administration,[12] and on the next day appointed State Customs Committee Head Grigori Enik as his replacement,[13] who in turn was succeeded by his Deputy Said Tarkil.[14] On 12 March President Bagapsh approved the revised Cabinet structure.[15] The State Environmental Service was transformed into the State Committee for Ecology,[16] and on 7 April its Chairman Roman Dbar was correspondingly re-appointed.[17] The team of Ministers was changed in three respects. Prime Minister Alexander Ankvab had been elected Vice President together with Bagapsh, and one day after they were sworn in on 12 February 2010 he was succeeded by Foreign Minister Sergei Shamba,[18] who was succeeded by his deputy Maxim Gvinjia on 26 February.[19] Furthermore, Daur Tarba was re-appointed to the cabinet as Vice Premier on 24 February.[20]
  • On 14 April 2010, five Deputy Ministers of Defence were retired, including Chief of the Armed Forces Anatoli Zaitsev.[21] Aslan Ankvab was appointed acting First Deputy Minister of Defence and Chief of Staff. On 21 May 2010, Beslan Tsvishba was also appointed First Deputy Minister of Defence.[22] On 29 March 2011, Vladimir Vasilchenko succeeded Aslan Ankvab to become the new, permanent, Chief of Staff and First Deputy Minister of Defence.[23]
  • Otar Khetsia was dismissed as Minister of the Interior on 12 August 2010 and appointed Secretary of the State Security Council on 18 August. He was temporarily succeeded by his First Deputy Minister Ramin Gablaia until First Deputy Minister of Taxes and Fees Leonid Dzapshba was appointed the new Minister of the Interior on 22 September.[24][25][26]
  • On 9 September 2010, President Bagapsh dismissed Anzor Mukba as Chairman of the State Repatriation Committee and replaced him by Chief of the Cabinet Staff Zurab Adleiba, who was in turn replaced by Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs Daur Kobe.[27]
  • On 25 February 2011, Daur Tarba announced that he was resigning as Vice-Premier, without specifying his reasons.[28] His resignation was approved by President Bagapsh on 4 March.[29] Tarba was succeeded by Minister for Taxes and Fees Vakhtang Pipia on 30 March.[30] Pipia in turn was succeeded on 4 April by Rauf Tsimtsba, who had previously headed the Department for the Taxation of Legal Entities within the ministry.[31]
  • On 29 May 2011, President Bagapsh died from the complication of surgery in Moscow. Following the constitution, he was replaced temporarily by Vice President Alexander Ankvab, until elections to be held within three months could determine his successor.[32]
  • On 20 September 2011, acting President Ankvab dismissed Deputy Head of the Presidential Administration Alexander Adleiba.[33]

References[edit]

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  16. ^ Zhidkov, Spartak (2009). "Роман Дбар". Ainar - Abkhazian Media Club. Retrieved 30 September 2011. 
  17. ^ Bagapsh, Sergei (7 April 2010). "Указ Президента Республики Абхазия №100 от 07.04.2010" (in Russian). Администрация Президента Республики Абхазия. Retrieved 30 September 2010. 
  18. ^ "Выпуск №69-70" (in Russian). Apsnypress. 13 February 2010. Retrieved 13 February 2010. 
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  33. ^ "Заместитель руководителя Администрации Президента РА Александр Адлейба освобожден от занимаемой должности" (in Russian). Apsnypress. 20 September 2011. Retrieved 23 September 2011. 

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