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The head of government of Chad is the Prime Minister.

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The position of Prime Minister was first used in Chad during the military rule of Félix Malloum, who gained power in 1975. The Prime Minister at the time was influential and even had control of elements of the military. Prime Minister Hissène Habré used that military control to challenge Malloum, eventually resulting in an agreement whereupon both resigned in 1979. This cease-fire fell apart quickly, and Chad was torn by civil war. The position was vacant until President Idriss Déby appointed Jean Alingue Bawoyeu to the post in 1991 after Déby overthrew Habré and seized control.

List of Heads of Government of Chad

(Dates in italics indicate de facto continuation of office)

Term Incumbent Affiliation Notes
Republic of Chad (République du Tchad)
14 May 1957 to 26 July 1958 Gabriel Lisette, Vice President of the Government Council PPT
26 July 1958 to 10 December 1958 Gabriel Lisette, President of the Government Council
10 December 1958 to 11 February 1959 Gabriel Lisette, President of the Provisional Government
11 February 1959 to 12 March 1959 Gontchomé Sahoulba, President of the Provisional Government GIRT
12 March 1959 to 26 March 1959 Ahmed Koulamallah, President of the Provisional Government MSA
26 March 1959 to 16 June 1959 François Tombalbaye, President of the Provisional Government PPT
16 June 1959 to 30 August 1973 François Tombalbaye, Prime Minister Changed name to Ngarta Tombalbaye
30 August 1973 to 13 April 1975 Ngarta Tombalbaye, Prime Minister MNRCS (contd.); Previously named François Tombalbaye;
Died in office
15 April 1975 to 29 August 1978 Félix Malloum, Prime Minister Mil
29 August 1978 to 23 March 1979 Hissène Habré, Prime Minister FROLINAT-FAN
23 March 1979 to 19 May 1982 vacant    
19 May 1982 to 19 June 1982 Djidingar Dono Ngardoum, Prime Minister RUDT
19 June 1982 to 4 March 1991 vacant    
4 March 1991 to 20 May 1992 Jean Alingué Bawoyeu, Prime Minister UDR
20 May 1992 to 7 April 1993 Joseph Yodoyman, Prime Minister ANDD
7 April 1993 to 6 November 1993 Fidèle Moungar, Prime Minister ACTUS
6 November 1993 to 8 April 1995 Delwa Kassire Koumakoye, Prime Minister VIVA-RNDP
8 April 1995 to 17 May 1997 Koibla Djimasta, Prime Minister UDR
17 May 1997 to 13 December 1999 Nassour Guelendouksia Ouaido, Prime Minister MPS
13 December 1999 to 12 June 2002 Nagoum Yamassoum, Prime Minister MPS
12 June 2002 to 24 June 2003 Haroun Kabadi, Prime Minister MPS
24 June 2003 to 3 February 2005 Moussa Faki, Prime Minister MPS
3 February 2003 to 23 February 2007 Pascal Yoadimnadji, Prime Minister MPS Died in office
23 February 2007 to 26 February 2007 Adoum Younousmi, Prime Minister MPS acting
26 February 2007 to 15 April 2008 Delwa Kassiré Koumakoye, Prime Minister VIVA-RNDP
15 April 2008 to 5 March 2010 Youssouf Saleh Abbas, Prime Minister
5 March 2010 to present Emmanuel Nadingar, Prime Minister MPS

Affiliations:-


ACTUS Action Tchadienne pour l'Unité et le Socialisme (Chadian Action for Unity and Socialism)
ANDR Alliance Nationale pour la Démocratie et le Renouveau (National Union for Democracy and Renewal)
MPS Mouvement Patriotique du Salut (Patriotic Salvation Movement)
MPLT Mouvement Populaire pour la Libération du Tchad (Popular Movement for the Liberation of Chad)
UDR Union pour la Démocratie et la République (Union for Democracy and Republic)
UNIR Union Nationale pour l’Indépendance et Révolution (National Union for Independence and Revolution) until 1984: FAN
VIVA Rassemblement national pour le développement et le progrès (National Rally for Development and Progress)
ANLC Avant National de Libération du Chad (Front for the National Liberation of the Chad)
FAN Forces Armées du Nord (Armed Forces of the North) from 1984: UNIR
FAP Forces Armées Populaires (People's Armed Forces)
FROLINAT Front de Libération Nationale du Tchad (National Liberation Front of Chad) pro-Libyan, to 1987
GIRT Groupement des Indépendants et Ruraux Tchadiens (Rally of Chadian Independents and Peasants) split from Union Démocratique Tchadienne
MNRCS Mouvement National pour la Révolution Culturelle et Sociale (National Movement for the Cultural and Social Revolution) only legal party Jun 1973-13 Apr 1975, from PPT
PPT Parti Progressiste Tchadienne (Chadian Progressive Party) leftist, only legal party Jan 1962-Jun 1973, from 1973: MNRCS
RUDT Rassemlement pour l’Unité et la Démocratie au Tchad (Rally for Unity and Democracy in Chad)
Mil Military
n-p non-partisan
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