List of Presidents of Equatorial Guinea
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|President of the
Republic of Equatorial Guinea
|Residence||Malabo Government Building Malabo, Equatorial Guinea|
|Term length||7 years|
|Inaugural holder||Francisco Macías Nguema|
|Formation||12 October 1968|
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politics and government of
|Administrative divisions (provinces)|
A total of two people have served as President of Equatorial Guinea.
The current President of Equatorial Guinea is Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, since 3 August 1979.
Presidents of Equatorial Guinea
|President||Term of office||Political party|
|Took office||Left office||Duration|
|1||Francisco Macías Nguema
|12 October 1968||3 August 1979
|10 years, 295 days||Independent /
United National Workers' Party
|2||Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo
|3 August 1979||Incumbent (mandate expires 22 June 2023)||37 years, 29 days||Military /
Democratic Party of Equatorial Guinea
Main article: Equatorial Guinean presidential election, 2016
|Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo||Democratic Party of Equatorial Guinea||278,362||93.7|
|Avelino Mocache Benga||Centre-Right Union||4,598||1.5|
|Buenaventura Monsuy Asumu||Party of the Social Democratic Coalition||4,436||1.5|
|Benedicto Obian Mangue||Independent||2,812||0.9|
|Carmelo Mba Bacale||Popular Action||2,438||0.8|
|Agustin Masoko Abegue||Independent||2,434||0.8|
|Tomas Mba Monabang||Independent||2,162||0.7|
|Source: Ministry of Information, Culture and Tourism|
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- Changed name to Masie Nguema Biyogo Ñegue Ndong in 1976 due to the policy of Africanization.
- Executed on 29 September 1979.
- Nephew of Francisco Macías Nguema. Styled as Chairman of the Revolutionary Military Council until 25 August 1979 and as Chairman of the Supreme Military Council until 12 October 1982.