List of Prime Ministers of Belize

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Prime Minister of Belize
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Belizean Prime Minister, Dean Barrow in London, 27 June 2013 (cropped).jpg
Incumbent
Dean Barrow

since 8 February 2008
Appointer Colville Young,
as Governor General of Belize
Inaugural holder George Cadle Price
Formation 12 September 1981
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This article is part of a series on the
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Belize

This is a list of Prime Ministers of Belize. The Prime Minister is the head of government of Belize.

First Minister of British Honduras (1961–1964)[edit]

# Incumbent Portrait Tenure Political affiliation
Took office Left office
1 George Cadle Price George C. Price Cropped.jpg 7 April 1961 1 January 1964   People's United Party

Premier of British Honduras (1964–1973)[edit]

# Incumbent Portrait Tenure Political affiliation
Took office Left office
1 George Cadle Price George C. Price Cropped.jpg 1 January 1964 1 June 1973   People's United Party

Premier of Belize (1973–1981)[edit]

# Incumbent Portrait Tenure Political affiliation
Took office Left office
1 George Cadle Price George C. Price Cropped.jpg 1 June 1973 12 September 1981   People's United Party

Prime Ministers of Belize (1981–present)[edit]

# Incumbent Portrait Tenure Political affiliation
Took office Left office
1 George Cadle Price
(1st time)
George C. Price Cropped.jpg 12 September 1981 17 December 1984   People's United Party
2 Manuel Esquivel
(1st time)
Manuel Esquivel.jpg 17 December 1984 7 September 1989   United Democratic Party
(1) George Cadle Price
(2nd time)
George C. Price Cropped.jpg 7 September 1989 3 July 1993   People's United Party
(2) Manuel Esquivel
(2nd time)
Manuel Esquivel.jpg 3 July 1993 28 August 1998   United Democratic Party
3 Said Musa Said Musa.jpg 28 August 1998 8 February 2008   People's United Party
4 Dean Barrow Belizean Prime Minister, Dean Barrow in London, 27 June 2013 (cropped).jpg 8 February 2008 Incumbent   United Democratic Party

Office[edit]

The Prime Minister's principal office is the Prime Minister Building, Belmopan.

See also[edit]

References[edit]