Prime Minister of Crimea

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Chairman of the Council of Ministers of Crimea
Прем'єр-міністр Криму
Emblem of Crimea.svg
Nominator Verkhovna Rada of Crimea
Appointer President of Ukraine
Inaugural holder Vitaliy Kurashyk
Formation March 22, 1991
Final holder Anatolii Mohyliov
Abolished March 17, 2014
Deputy Vice-Prime Minister of Crimea
Website http://www.crimea-portal.gov.ua/
Emblem of Crimea.svg
This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of Crimea
See also
Political status of Crimea
Politics of Ukraine
Politics of Russia

The Chairman of the Council of Ministers of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea (Ukrainian: Прем'єр-міністр Автономної республіки Крим; Russian: Председатель Совета министров Автономной Республики Крым; Crimean Tatar: Qırım Muhtar Cumhuriyetiniñ Baş Naziri) was the head of government of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, located in the southern region of Ukraine. Sometimes referred to as the Premier-Minister of Crimea, out of brevity, the position's official name was the Chairman of the Council of Ministers of the ARC. The Chairman, whose nomination was proposed by the Speaker of the Verkhovna Rada of Crimea (Crimean parliament) with the approval of the President of Ukraine and then approved by the Crimean parliament, presides over the Council of Ministers of Crimea.[1][2]

After annexation of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and Sevastopol by the Russian Federation in 2014 the office was succeeded by the "Head of the Republic of Crimea" (Глава Республики Крым).

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      Independent
      Russian Bloc
      People's Party
      People's Democratic Party
      Ukrainian Platform "Sobor"
      Our Ukraine
      Party of Regions
      Russian Unity

# Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Term of office Political Party Legislature
(Election)
1 No image.svg Vitaliy Kurashyk
(born in 1939)
22 March 1991 20 May 1993 Independent Vacant
2 No image.svg Borys Samsonov
(1938–2014)
20 May 1993 4 February 1994 Independent
3 Yuriy Meshkov.jpg Yuriy Meshkov
(born in 1945)
4 February 1994 6 October 1994[a] Russian Bloc I
(1994)
4 No image.svg Anatoliy Franchuk
(born in 1935)
6 October 1994 22 March 1995 People's Party
5 No image.svg Anatoliy Drobotov
(born in 1951)
22 March 1995 31 March 1995[b] Russian Bloc
6 No image.svg Anatoliy Franchuk
(born in 1935)
31 March 1995 26 January 1996 People's Party
7 No image.svg Arkadiy Demydenko
(1950–2005)
26 January 1996 4 June 1997 Independent
8 No image.svg Anatoliy Franchuk
(born in 1935)
4 June 1997 27 May 1998 People's Party
9 Serhiy Kunitsyn.jpg Serhiy Kunitsyn
(born in 1960)
27 May 1998 25 July 2001 People's Democratic Party
(Electoral Bloc of Kunitsyn)
II
(1998)
10 No image.svg Valeriy Horbatov
(born in 1955)
25 July 2001 29 April 2002 Independent
11 Serhiy Kunitsyn.jpg Serhiy Kunitsyn
(born in 1960)
29 April 2002 20 April 2005 People's Democratic Party
(Electoral Bloc of Kunitsyn)
III
(2002)
12 Anatoliy Matviyenko.jpg Anatoliy Matviienko
(born in 1953)
20 April 2005 21 September 2005 Ukrainian Platform "Sobor"
13 No image.svg Anatoliy Burdiuhov
(born in 1958)
23 September 2005 2 June 2006 Our Ukraine
14 No image.svg Viktor Plakida[3]
(born in 1956)
2 June 2006 17 March 2010[4][5][6] People's Democratic Party IV
(2006)
15 No image.svg Vasyl Dzharty
(1958–2011)
17 March 2010[7] 17 August 2011[8] Party of Regions V
(2010)
16 Anatoliy Mohyliov.jpg Anatolii Mohyliov[1]
(born in 1955)
8 November 2011[9][10] 27 February 2014 Party of Regions
17 Sergey Aksyonov March 2014 (cropped).jpg Sergey Aksyonov[c]
(born in 1972)
27 February 2014[11] 17 March 2014 Russian Unity

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  1. ^ Promoted himself to become the President of Crimea.
  2. ^ Not recognized by Ukraine.
  3. ^ Installed during the 2014 Crimean crisis and not appointed by the President of Ukraine.

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