List of presidents of Dominica

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The president of Dominica is the head of state under the system implemented by the Constitution of 1978, the year of Dominica's independence.

The current president is Charles Savarin, since 2 October 2013.

Presidents of Dominica (1978–present)[edit]

Status
  Denotes acting president
President Term of office Political party
(at time of election)
Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Took office Left office Time in office
No image.png Sir Louis Cools-Lartigue
(1905–1993)
3 November 1978 16 January 1979 74 days
1 No image.png Fred Degazon
(1913–2008)[note 1]
16 January 1979 29 January 1980 1 year, 13 days
No image.png Sir Louis Cools-Lartigue
(1905–1993)[note 2]
15 June 1979 16 June 1979 1 day
No image.png Jenner B. M. Armour
(1932–2001)[1][note 3]
21 June 1979 25 February 1980 249 days
2 No image.png Aurelius Marie
(1904–1995)
25 February 1980 19 December 1983 3 years, 297 days
3 Sir Clarence Seignoret
(1919–2002)
19 December 1983 25 October 1993 9 years, 310 days Dominica Labour Party
4 No image.png Crispin Sorhaindo
(1931–2010)
25 October 1993 5 October 1998 4 years, 345 days Dominica Freedom Party
5 No image.png Vernon Shaw
(1930–2013)
6 October 1998 1 October 2003 4 years, 360 days United Workers' Party
6 Nicholas Liverpool.jpg Nicholas Liverpool
(1934–2015)
1 October 2003 17 September 2012 8 years, 352 days Independent
7 No image.png Eliud Williams
(1948–)
17 September 2012 2 October 2013 1 year, 15 days Dominica Labour Party
8 No image.png Charles Savarin
(1943–)
2 October 2013 Incumbent 5 years, 355 days
(as of 22 September 2019)
Dominica Labour Party

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  • Lawrence, Alick C., The Constitution, The Government & You: An introduction to the Constitution and Governance of the Commonwealth of Dominica, Pont Casse Press, pp. 37–38, ISBN 0-9737347-5-2
  1. ^ Left Dominica on 11 June 1979.
  2. ^ Acting for Degazon.
  3. ^ Acting for Degazon until 29 January 1980.

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