List of heads of government of Grenada

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Prime Minister of Grenada
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Flag of Grenada
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Incumbent
Keith Mitchell

since 20 February 2013
Style The Right Honourable
Term length Five years
Inaugural holder Eric Gairy
Formation 7 February 1974
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The following article contains a list of heads of government of Grenada, from the establishment of the office of Chief Minister in 1960 to the present day.

Heads of government before the 1974 independence[edit]

Chief Ministers of Grenada (1960–1967)[edit]

Chief Minister Term of Office Political Party
(at time of election)
Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Took Office Left Office Duration
1 No image.png Herbert Blaize
(1918–1989)
January 1960 March 1961 1 year, 2 months Grenada National Party
2 No image.png George E. D. Clyne March 1961 August 1961 5 months People's National Movement
3 Eric Gairy.jpg Eric Gairy
(1922–1997)
August 1961 19 June 1962 10 months Grenada United Labour Party
(1) No image.png Herbert Blaize
(1918–1989)
September 1962 March 1967 4 years, 6 months Grenada National Party

Premiers of the Associated State of Grenada (1967–1974)[edit]

Premier Term of Office Political Party
(at time of election)
Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Took Office Left Office Duration
1 No image.png Herbert Blaize
(1918–1989)
March 1967 August 1967 5 months Grenada National Party
2 Eric Gairy.jpg Sir Eric Gairy
(1922–1997)
August 1967 6 February 1974 6 years, 6 months Grenada United Labour Party

Heads of government after the 1974 independence[edit]

Prime Minister of Grenada (1974–1979)[edit]

Prime Minister Term of Office Political Party
(at time of election)
Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Took Office Left Office Duration
1 Eric Gairy.jpg Sir Eric Gairy
(1922–1997)
7 February 1974 13 March 1979
(Deposed)
5 years, 34 days Grenada United Labour Party

Prime Ministers of the People's Revolutionary Government of Grenada (1979–1983)[edit]

Prime Minister Term of Office Political Party
(at time of election)
Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Took Office Left Office Duration
1
(2)
Maurice Bishop 1982-06-11.jpg Maurice Bishop
(1943–1983)
13 March 1979 14 October 1983
(Deposed)
4 years, 215 days New Jewel Movement
2
(3)
No image.png Bernard Coard
(1945–)
14 October 1983 19 October 1983
(Deposed)
5 days New Jewel Movement

Head of the Revolutionary Military Council of Grenada (1983)[edit]

Head Term of Office Political Party
(at time of election)
Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Took Office Left Office Duration
1
(4)
No image.png General Hudson Austin
(1938–)
19 October 1983 25 October 1983
(Deposed)
6 days Military /
New Jewel Movement

Chairman of the Interim Advisory Council (1983–1984)[edit]

Chairman Term of Office Political Party
(at time of election)
Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Took Office Left Office Duration
1
(5)
No image.png Nicholas Brathwaite
(1925–2016)
9 December 1983 4 December 1984 361 days National Democratic Congress

Prime Ministers of Grenada (1984–present)[edit]

Prime Minister Term of Office Political Party
(at time of election)
Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Took Office Left Office Duration
6 No image.png Herbert Blaize
(1918–1989)
4 December 1984 19 December 1989
(Died in Office)
5 years, 15 days New National Party
7 No image.png Ben Jones
(1924–2005)
20 December 1989 16 March 1990 86 days New National Party
(5) No image.png Nicholas Brathwaite
(1925–2016)
16 March 1990 1 February 1995 4 years, 322 days National Democratic Congress
8 No image.png George Brizan
(1942–2012)
1 February 1995 22 June 1995 141 days National Democratic Congress
9 Keith mitchell grenada.JPG Keith Mitchell
(1946–)
22 June 1995 9 July 2008 13 years, 17 days New National Party
10 TillmanThomas.jpg Tillman Thomas
(1947–)
9 July 2008 20 February 2013 4 years, 226 days National Democratic Congress
(9) Keith mitchell grenada.JPG Keith Mitchell
(1946–)
20 February 2013 Incumbent 4 years, 212 days
(as of 20 September 2017)
New National Party

See also[edit]