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(Dates in italics indicate de facto continuation of office)

Tenure Incumbent Affiliation Notes
The Provisional Government of the Algerian Republic
Gouvernement Provisiore de la République Algérienne (GPRA)
18 September 1958 to 22 December 1959 Ferhat Abbas, Head of the Provisional Government of the Algerian Revolution FLN In exile in Tunis
22 December 1959 to 19 January 1960 Krim Belkassim, Prime Minister
19 January 1960 to 27 August 1961 Ferhat Abbas, Prime Minister FLN
27 August 1961 to 3 July 1962 Benyoucef Ben Khedda, Head of the Provisional Government of the Algerian Revolution

FLN In exile in Tunis
Algerian State  (Etat Algérienne)
5 July 1962 to 4 August 1962 Benyoucef Ben Khedda, Head of the Provisional Government of the Algerian Revolution FLN In Algiers
4 August 1962 to 25 September 1962 Ahmed Ben Bella, Head of the Provisional Government of the Algerian Revolution
احمد بن بلة
FLN (Muhammad Ahmad Bin Balla)
People’s Democratic Republic of Algeria
الجمهوريّةالجزائرية  (Al-Jumhūriyya al-Jazā’iriyya ad-Dimuqratiyya ash-Sha’biyya)
25 September 1962 to 26 September 1962 Ahmed Ben Bella, provisional Prime Minister
احمد بن بلة
FLN In Algiers
26 September 1962 to 20 September 1963 Ahmed Ben Bella, Prime Minister
احمد بن بلة
Thereafter Head of Government exercised by Head of State until 8 March 1979
20 September 1963 to 19 June 1965 Ahmed Ben Bella, President
احمد بن بلة
Deposed in a coup d'detat
19 June 1965 to 10 December 1976 Colonel Houari Boumédiènne, President of the Revolutionary Council
هواري بومدين, اسمه الحقيقي محمد بوخروبة
Mil/FLN (Originally Mohammed Brahim Boukarouba)
10 December 1976 to 27 December 1978 Colonel Houari Boumédiènne, President
هواري بومدين, اسمه الحقيقي محمد بوخروبة
Elected 10 December 1976; died in office
27 December 1978 to 9 February 1979 Rabah Bitat, interim President
رابح بيطاط
FLN
9 February 1979 to 8 March 1979 Colonel Chadli Bendjedid, President
شاذلي بن جديد
FLN Elected 7 February 1979; re-elected February 1984
8 March 1979 to 22 January 1984 Mohamed Ben Ahmed Abdelghani, Prime Minister FLN
22 January 1984 to 5 November 1988 Abdelhamid Brahimi, Prime Minister FLN
5 November 1988 to 9 September 1989 Kasdi Merbah, Prime Minister FLN
9 September 1989 to 5 June 1991 Mouloud Hamrouche, Prime Minister FLN
5 June 1991 to 8 July 1992 Sid Ahmed Ghozali, Prime Minister FLN
8 July 1992 to 21 August 1993 Belaid Abdessalam, Prime Minister FLN
21 August 1993 to 11 April 1994 Redha Malek, Prime Minister n-p
11 April 1994 to 31 December 1995 Mokdad Sifi, Prime Minister n-p
31 December 1995 to 15 December 1998 Ahmed Ouyahia, Prime Minister n-p/RND 1st time
15 December 1998 to 23 December 1999 Smail Hamdani, Prime Minister n-p
23 December 1999 to 27 August 2000 Ahmed Benbitour, Prime Minister n-p
27 August 2000 to 5 May 2003 Ali Benflis, Prime Minister FLN
5 May 2003 to 24 May 2006 Ahmed Ouyahia, Prime Minister RND 2nd time
24 May 2006 to 23 June 2008 Abdelaziz Belkhadem, Prime Minister FLN
23 June 2008 to present Ahmed Ouyahia, Prime Minister RND 3rd time

Affiliations

FLN Front de Libération National/Jabha al-Tahrir al-Watani
      (Front for National Liberation) socialist; only legal party 1958-1989
MSP Mouvement de la société pour la paix/Harakat Moudjtamaa As-Silm
      (Movement of the Society for Peace) Islamist
PRS Parti Révolutionnaire Socialiste
      (Revolutionary Socialist Party)
RND Rassemblement national pour la démocratie
      (National Rally for Democracy) authoritarian
Mil Military
n-p non-partisan
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