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This page contains a list of the Prime Ministers of Madagascar.

(Dates in italics indicate de facto continuation of office)

Tenure Incumbent Political Affiliation
Merina Kingdom
1833 – February 1852 Rainiharo, Prime Minister Non-party
February 1852 – July 1864 Rainivoninahitriniony, Prime Minister Non-party
14 July 1864 – 14 October 1895 Rainilaiarivony, Prime Minister Non-party
15 October 1895 – September 1896 Rainitsimbazafy, Prime Minister Non-party
September 1896 – February 1897 Rasanjy, Prime Minister Non-party
Colonial Madagascar
Post abolished (February 1897-27 May 1957)
27 May 1957 – 14 October 1958 Philibert Tsiranana, Vice President of the Executive Council Social Democratic Party (PSD)
Autonomous Malagasy Republic
14 October 1958 – 1 May 1959 Philibert Tsiranana, Prime Minister Social Democratic Party (PSD)
Post abolished (1 May 1959-26 June 1960)
Malagasy Republic (Independent State)
Post abolished (26 June 1960-18 May 1972)
18 May 1972 – 5 February 1975 Gabriel Ramanantsoa, Prime Minister Military
Vacant (5 February 1975-30 December 1975)
Democratic Republic of Madagascar
Vacant (30 December 1975-11 January 1976)
11 January 1976 – 30 July 1976 Joel Rakotomalala, Prime Minister Vanguard of the Malagasy Revolution (FNDR)
12 August 1976 – 1 August 1977 Justin Rakotoniaina, Prime Minister Vanguard of the Malagasy Revolution (FNDR)
1 August 1977 – 12 February 1988 Désiré Rakotoarijaona, Prime Minister Military
12 February 1988 – 8 August 1991 Victor Ramahatra, Prime Minister Military
8 August 1991 – 12 September 1992 Guy Razanamasy, Prime Minister Vanguard of the Malagasy Revolution (FNDR)
Republic of Madagascar
12 September 1992 – 9 August 1993 Guy Razanamasy, Prime Minister Association for the Rebirth of Madagascar (AREMA)
9 August 1993 – 30 October 1995 Francisque Ravony, Prime Minister Committee for Support of Democracy and Development in Madagascar (CSDDM)
30 October 1995 – 28 May 1996 Emmanuel Rakotovahiny, Prime Minister National Union for Democracy and Development (UNDD)
28 May 1996 – 21 February 1997 Norbert Ratsirahonana, Prime Minister Judged By Your Work Party (AVI)
21 February 1997 – 23 July 1998 Pascal Rakotomavo, Prime Minister Association for the Rebirth of Madagascar (AREMA)
23 July 1998 – 31 May 2002 Tantely Andrianarivo, Prime Minister1 Association for the Rebirth of Madagascar (AREMA)
26 February 2002 – 20 January 2007 Jacques Sylla, Prime Minister 2 Non-party
31 May 2002 – 5 July 2002 Jean-Jacques Rasolondraibe, Prime Minister3 Association for the Rebirth of Madagascar (AREMA)
20 January 2007 – 17 March 2009 Charles Rabemananjara, Prime Minister I Love Madagascar (TIM)
17 March 2009 – 10 October 2009 Monja Roindefo, Prime Minister4 Madagascar for the Malagasy (MONIMA)
10 October 2009 – 18 December 2009 Eugène Mangalaza, Prime Minister Non-party
18 December 2009 – 20 December 2009 Cécile Manorohanta, Interim Prime Minister Young Malagasies Determined (TGV)
20 December 2009 – Present Albert Camille Vital, Prime Minister Military

Notes

  1. Under house arrest by Ravalomanana from 27 May 2002
  2. Appointed by Ravalomanana
  3. Interim; appointed by Ratsiraka
  4. Appointed by Rajoelina on 7 February 2009

See also

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