List of heads of state of Equatorial Guinea

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President of the
Republic of Equatorial Guinea
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Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo

since 3 August 1979
Residence Malabo Government Building Malabo , Equatorial Guinea
Term length 7 years
Inaugural holder Francisco Macías Nguema
Formation 12 October 1968
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Equatorial Guinea

The following is a list of heads of state of Equatorial Guinea, since the establishment of the office of President in 1968.

Presidents of Equatorial Guinea (1968–present)[edit]

      United National Workers' Party (PUNT)
      Democratic Party of Equatorial Guinea (PDGE)

# Portrait Name
Term of Office Party
Republic of Equatorial Guinea
1 No image.png Francisco Macías Nguema
12 October 1968 3 August 1979[2] None /
2 Teodoro Obiang.png Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo
3 August 1979 Incumbent Military /


  1. ^ Changed name to Masie Nguema Biyogo Ñegue Ndong in 1976
  2. ^ Deposed in a coup d'état, imprisoned and executed on 29 September 1979
  3. ^ Styled as Chairman of the Revolutionary Military Council until 25 August 1979 and as Chairman of the Supreme Military Council until 12 October 1982

Latest election[edit]

e • d Summary of the 29 November 2009 President of Equatorial Guinea election results
Candidate Party Votes %
Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo Democratic Party of Equatorial Guinea (Partido Democrático de Guinea Ecuatorial) 260,462 95.36
Plácido Micó Abogo Convergence for Social Democracy (Convergencia para la Democracia Social) 9,700 3.55
Archivaldo Montero Biribé Popular Union (Unión Popular) 931 0.34
Buenaventura Moswi M´Asumu Nsegue Party of the Social Democratic Coalition (Coalición Socialdemócrata Baboro) 462 0.17
Carmelo Mba Bacale Popular Action (Acción Popular) 437 0.16
Valid votes 271,992 99.58
Blank and invalid votes 1,163 0.43
Total (turnout 93.35%) 273,127 100
Source: Ministry of Information, Culture and Tourism

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