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List of heads of government of Gabon

Prime Minister of the
Gabonese Republic
Incumbent
Daniel Ona Ondo

since 27 January 2014
Appointer Ali Bongo Ondimba,
as President of Gabon
Inaugural holder Léon M'ba
Formation 17 August 1960
This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Gabon

The following is a list of heads of government of Gabon, since the country gained independence from France in 1960.

Contents

  • Prime Ministers of Gabon (1960–present) 1
  • Footnotes 2
  • See also 3
  • Sources 4

Prime Ministers of Gabon (1960–present)

Parties
      Gabonese Democratic Bloc (BDG) / Gabonese Democratic Party (PDG)
Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Term of Office Party
1 Léon M'ba
(1902–1967)
17 August 1960 21 February 1961 BDG
Post abolished (21 February 1961 – 16 April 1975)
2 Léon Mébiame
(1934–)
16 April 1975 3 May 1990 PDG
3 Casimir Oyé-Mba
(1942–)
3 May 1990 2 November 1994 Independent
4 Paulin Obame-Nguema
(1934–)
2 November 1994 23 January 1999 PDG
5 Jean-François Ntoutoume Emane
(1939–)
23 January 1999 20 January 2006 PDG
6 Jean Eyeghé Ndong
(1946–)
20 January 2006 17 July 2009 PDG
7 Paul Biyoghé Mba
(1953–)
17 July 2009 27 February 2012 PDG
8 Raymond Ndong Sima
(1955–)
27 February 2012 27 January 2014 PDG
9 Daniel Ona Ondo
(1945–)
27 January 2014 Incumbent PDG

Footnotes

See also

Sources

  • http://www.rulers.org/rulg1.html#gabon
  • Guinness Book of Kings, Rulers & Statesmen, Clive Carpenter, Guinness Superlatives Ltd
  • African States and Rulers, John Stewart, McFarland
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