Prime Minister of Tajikistan

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The prime minister of Tajikistan is the head of government of Tajikistan. Generally, the president is in a stronger position than the prime minister. He is allowed to appoint the prime minister temporarily, and his appointment is known as the acting prime minister. The acting prime minister becomes a full prime minister by being confirmed by the Tajik parliament. The prime minister then forms the cabinet along with the President.

List of Heads of Government of Tajikistan (1925–present)[edit]

Tajik Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic (1925–1929)[edit]

Chairmen of the Council of People's Commissars[edit]

Tajik Soviet Socialist Republic (1929–1991)[edit]

Chairmen of the Council of People's Commissars[edit]

Chairmen of the Council of Ministers[edit]

Republic of Tajikistan (1991–present)[edit]

Prime Ministers[edit]

# Name Took Office Left Office Party
1 Izatullo Khayoyev 25 June 1991 9 January 1992 Communist Party of Tajikistan
2 Akbar Mirzoyev 9 January 1992 21 September 1992 Non-partisan
3 Abdumalik Abdullajanov 21 September 1992 18 December 1993 Party of People's Unity
4 Abdujalil Samadov 18 December 1993 2 December 1994 Non-partisan
5 Jamshed Karimov 2 December 1994 8 February 1996 Non-partisan
6 Yahyo Azimov 8 February 1996 20 December 1999 Non-partisan
7 Oqil Oqilov 20 December 1999 23 November 2013 People's Democratic Party of Tajikistan
8 Kokhir Rasulzoda 23 November 2013 incumbent People's Democratic Party of Tajikistan

See also[edit]