List of heads of government of the Republic of the Congo

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Prime Minister of the Republic of the Congo
Former political post
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Successor None
First officeholder Alphonse Massamba-Débat
Last officeholder Isidore Mvouba
Appointer President of the Republic of the Congo
Office began 16 August 1963
Office ended 15 September 2009
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List of Heads of Government of the Republic of the Congo (Congo-Brazzaville)[edit]

(Dates in italics indicate de facto continuation of office)

Tenure Portrait Incumbent Affiliation Notes
Republic of the Congo Autonomous
(République du Congo)
15 May 1957 to 26 July 1958 Jacques Opangault, Vice President of the Government Council
26 July 1958 to 8 December 1958 Jacques Opangault, President of the Council of Government
8 December 1958 to 21 November 1959 FulbertYoulou.jpg Fulbert Youlou, Prime Minister UDDIA
21 November 1959 to 15 August 1960 Post abolished
Republic of the Congo Independence from France
(République du Congo)
15 August 1960 to 16 August 1963 Post abolished
16 August 1963 to 19 December 1963 Alphonse Massamba-Débat, Prime Minister MNR
24 December 1963 to 15 April 1966 Pascal Lissouba, Prime Minister MNR
6 May 1966 to 12 January 1968 Ambroise Noumazalaye, Prime Minister MNR
4 August 1968 to 30 December 1969 Alfred Raoul.JPG Alfred Raoul, Prime Minister Mil
30 December 1969 to 3 January 1970 Post abolished
People's Republic of the Congo
(République populaire du Congo)
3 January 1970 to 28 July 1973 Post abolished
28 July 1973 to 18 December 1975 Henri Lopès.jpg Henri Lopès, Prime Minister PCT
18 December 1975 to 7 August 1984 Louis Sylvain Goma, Prime Minister PCT 1st Term
7 August 1984 to 7 August 1989 Ange Édouard Poungui, Prime Minister PCT
7 August 1989 to 3 December 1990 Alphonse Poaty-Souchlaty, Prime Minister PCT
3 December 1990 to 8 January 1991 Pierre Moussa, Acting Prime Minister PCT
8 January 1991 to 8 June 1991 Louis Sylvain Goma, Prime Minister PCT 2nd Term
8 June 1991 to 15 March 1992 Milongo3.JPG André Milongo, Prime Minister n-p
Republic of the Congo
(République du Congo)
15 March 1992 to 2 September 1992 Milongo3.JPG André Milongo, Prime Minister n-p
2 September 1992 to 6 December 1992 Stéphane Maurice Bongho-Nouarra, Prime Minister UPADS
6 December 1992 to 23 June 1993 Claude Antoine Dacosta, Prime Minister n-p
23 June 1993 to 27 August 1996 General Jacques Joachim Yhombi-Opango, Prime Minister RDD
27 August 1996 to 8 September 1997 Charles David Ganao, Prime Minister UFD
8 September 1997 to 15 October 1997 Bernard Kolélas, Prime Minister MCDDI Deposed in the Republic of the Congo Civil War
15 October 1997 to 7 January 2005 Post abolished
7 January 2005 to 15 September 2009 US Navy 071003-N-9580K-001 Rear Adm. Michael R. Groothousen, commander of Navy Region Europe, and Robert Weisberg, U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of Congo, meet with Republic of Congo Prime Minister Isidore Mvouba to discuss w.jpg Isidore Mvouba, Prime Minister PCT
15 September 2009 to Present Post abolished

Affiliations[edit]

ADD Avant pour la Défense de la Démocratie
        (Front for the Defense of Democracy)
MCDDI Mouvement Congolais pour la Démocratie et la Développement Integral
        (Congolese Movement for Democracy and Integral Development)    conservative
PCT Parti Congolais du Travail
        (Congolese Labour Party)    extreme left, only legal party 1979-1991
RDD Rasemblement pour le Démocratie et le Développment
        (Rally for Democracy and Development)
UFD Union des Forces Démocratiques
        (Union of Democratic Forces)
UPADS Union panafricaine pour la démocratie sociale
        (Pan-African Union for Social Democracy, social-democratic)
MNR National Révolutionnaire Mouvement
        (National Revolutionary Movement)    only legal party 1966-1968
UDDIA Union Démocratique pour la Défense d'Intérêts Africains
        (Democratic Union for the Defence of African Interests)
Mil Military
n-p non-partisan
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