List of Prime Ministers of Guinea

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Prime Minister of the
Republic of Guinea
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Incumbent
Mamady Youla

since 29 December 2015
Appointer Alpha Condé,
as President of Guinea
Inaugural holder Louis Lansana Beavogui
Formation 26 April 1972
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This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Guinea

The following is a list of Prime Ministers of Guinea, since the establishment of the office of Prime Minister in 1972.

Prime Ministers of Guinea (1972–present)[edit]

Parties

  Democratic Party of Guinea – African Democratic Rally (PDG–RDA)
  Unity and Progress Party (PUP)
  Union for the Progress of Guinea (UPG)

Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Term of Office Party
1 Louis Lansana Beavogui.png Louis Lansana Beavogui
(1923–1984)
26 April 1972 3 April 1984[1] PDG–RDA
2 Noimage.png Diarra Traoré
(1935–1985)
5 April 1984 18 December 1984 Military
Post abolished (18 December 1984 – 9 July 1996)
3 Sidya Touré.jpg Sidya Touré
(1945–)
9 July 1996 8 March 1999 Independent
4 Noimage.png Lamine Sidimé
(1944–)
8 March 1999 23 February 2004 PUP
5 Noimage.png François Lonseny Fall
(1949–)
23 February 2004 30 April 2004 PUP
Vacant (30 April 2004 – 9 December 2004)[2]
6 Cellou Dalein Diallo
(1952–)
9 December 2004 5 April 2006 PUP
Vacant (5 April 2006 – 9 February 2007)
7 Noimage.png Eugène Camara
(1942–)
9 February 2007 1 March 2007[3] PUP
8 Kouyate crop 2006 06 07 guinea 600.jpg Lansana Kouyaté
(1950–)
1 March 2007 23 May 2008 Independent
9 Noimage.png Ahmed Tidiane Souaré
(1951–)
23 May 2008 24 December 2008[1] Independent
10 H.E. Mr. Kabine Komara, Former Prime Minister, Guinea (6139809023).jpg Kabiné Komara
(1950–)
30 December 2008 26 January 2010 Independent
11 Noimage.png Jean-Marie Doré
(1938–2016)
26 January 2010 24 December 2010 UPG
12 Noimage.png Mohamed Said Fofana
(1952–)
24 December 2010 29 December 2015 Independent
13 Noimage.png Mamady Youla
(1961–)
29 December 2015 Incumbent Independent

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ a b Deposed in a coup d'état
  2. ^ Disputed continuation of François Fall in exile until June 2004
  3. ^ Dismissed during the 2007 general strike

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

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