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Heads of Government of Mozambique

Prime Minister of the
Republic of Mozambique
Emblem of Mozambique
Alberto Vaquina

since 8 October 2012
Appointer Armando Guebuza,
as President of Mozambique
Inaugural holder Joaquim Chissano
Formation 20 September 1974
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Prime Ministers of Mozambique (1974–Present)

(Dates in italics indicate de facto continuation of office)

Tenure Portrait Incumbent Affiliation Notes
Overseas Province of Mozambique Autonomy
20 September 1974 to 25 June 1975 Joaquim Chissano, Prime Minister FRELIMO
People's Republic of Mozambique Independence from Portugal
(República Popular de Moçambique)
25 June 1975 to 17 July 1986 Post Abolished
17 July 1986 to 1 December 1990 Mário da Graça Machungo, Prime Minister FRELIMO
Republic of Mozambique
(República de Moçambique)
1 December 1990 to 16 December 1994 Mário da Graça Machungo, Prime Minister FRELIMO
16 December 1994 to 17 February 2004 Pascoal Mocumbi, Prime Minister FRELIMO
17 February 2004 to 16 January 2010 Luisa Diogo, Prime Minister FRELIMO
16 January 2010 to 8 October 2012 Aires Ali, Prime Minister FRELIMO
8 October 2012 to Present Alberto Vaquina, Prime Minister FRELIMO


FRELIMO = Frente da Libertação de Moçambique (Liberation Front of Mozambique, authoritarian/socialist, renounces Marxist-Leninism 30 Jul 1989)
RENAMO = Resistencia Nacional Moçambicana (Mozambican National Resistance)

See also

External links

  • World Statesmen - Mozambique

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