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There have been five prime ministers of Slovenia since that country gained its independence in the breakup of Yugoslavia. Unlike the President of Slovenia, who is directly elected, the Prime Minister is appointed by Parliament, and must control a majority there in order to govern.

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List of Heads of Government of Slovenia (1945-Present)

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Socialist Republic of Slovenia (1943-1991)

Minister for Slovenia (Part of Yugoslav Government)

Prime ministers

  • Boris Kidrič (5 May 1945 - June 1946)
  • Miha Marinko (June 1946 - 1953)

Chairmen of the Executive Council

  • Miha Marinko (1953 - 15 December 1953)
  • Boris Kraigher (15 December 1953 - 25 June 1962)
  • Viktor Avbelj (25 June 1962 - 1965)
  • Janko Smole (1965 - 1967)
  • Stane Kavčič (1967 - 27 November 1972)
  • Andrej Marinc (27 November 1972 - April 1978)
  • Anton Vratuša (April 1978 - July 1980)
  • Janez Zemljarič (July 1980 - 23 May 1984)
  • Dušan Šinigoj (23 May 1984 - 16 May 1990)

Republic of Slovenia (1991-Present)

Prime ministers

# Name Took Office Left Office Political Party
1 Lojze Peterle 16 May 1990 14 May 1992 Christian Democrats
2 Janez Drnovšek, 1st time 14 May 1992 3 May 2000 Liberal Democracy of Slovenia
3 Andrej Bajuk 3 May 2000 4 August 2000 Slovenian People's Party
Andrej Bajuk, continued 4 August 2000 17 November 2000 New Slovenia Christian People's Party
Janez Drnovšek, 2nd time 17 November 2000 11 December 2002 Liberal Democracy of Slovenia
4 Anton Rop 11 December 2002 9 November 2004 Liberal Democracy of Slovenia
5 Janez Janša 9 November 2004 21 November 2008 Slovenian Democratic Party
6 Borut Pahor 21 November 2008 Incumbent Social Democrats

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