Prime Minister of South Ossetia

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Prime Minister of the Republic of South Ossetia
Coat of arms of South Ossetia.svg
Incumbent
Domenty Kulumbegov

since 20 January 2014
Residence Tskhinvali
Appointer Leonid Tibilov,
as President of South Ossetia
Inaugural holder Oleg Teziev
Formation 28 November 1991
Coat of arms of South Ossetia.svg
This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
South Ossetia
See also

The Prime Minister of the Republic of South Ossetia is the de facto head of government of the partially recognized Republic of South Ossetia that is de jure part of Georgia. This is a list of the de facto prime ministers of the Republic of South Ossetia.

List of Prime Ministers of the de facto Republic of South Ossetia (1991–present)[edit]

Name
(Birth–Death)
Tenure Political Affiliation
Took Office Left Office
1 Oleg Teziev
(1948–)
28 November 1991 October 1993 Independent
2 Gerasim Khugayev
(1945–)
October 1993 May 1994 Independent
3 Feliks Zassiev May 1994 1995 Independent
4 Vladislav Gabarayev
(1957–)
1995 24 September 1996 Independent
Valery Hubulov
(1966–1998)
Acting Prime Minister
25 September 1996 2 December 1996 Independent
5 Aleksandr Shavlokhov
(1940–)
2 December 1996 August 1998 Independent
6 Merab Chigoev
(1950–2016)
August 1998 6 June 2001 Independent
7 Dmitry Sanakoyev
(1969–)
14 June 2001 December 2001 Independent
8 Gerasim Khugayev
(1945–)
December 2001 August 2003 Unity Party
9 Igor Sanakoyev
(1947–)
17 September 2003 May 2005 Unity Party
Zurab Kokoyev
(1960–)
Acting Prime Minister
May 2005 5 July 2005 Unity Party
10 Yury Morozov
(1949–)
5 July 2005 17 August 2008 Unity Party
Boris Chochiev
(1957–)
Acting Prime Minister
17 August 2008 22 October 2008 Unity Party
11 Aslanbek Bulatsev
(1963–)
22 October 2008 3 August 2009 Unity Party
12 Vadim Brovtsev
(1969–)
5 August 2009 26 April 2012 Unity Party
13 Rostislav Khugayev
(1951–)
26 April 2012
Acting Prime Minister
until 15 May 2012
20 January 2014 Independent
14 Domenty Kulumbegov
(1955–)
20 January 2014
Acting Prime Minister
until 2 April 2014
Incumbent Independent

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