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List of heads of government of Guinea

Prime Minister of the
Republic of Guinea
Mohamed Said Fofana

since 24 December 2010
Appointer Alpha Condé,
as President of Guinea
Inaugural holder Louis Lansana Beavogui
Formation 26 April 1972
This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of


  • List of Heads of Government of Guinea 1
    • Affiliations 1.1
  • See also 2
  • External links 3

List of Heads of Government of Guinea

(Dates in italics indicate de facto continuation of office)

Tenure Portrait Incumbent Affiliation Notes
Republic of Guinea Autonomous
(République du Guinée)
14 May 1957 to 26 July 1958 Ahmed Sékou Touré, Vice-President of the Government Council PDG-RDA
26 July 1958 to 2 October 1958 Ahmed Sékou Touré, President of the Government Council
Republic of Guinea Independence from France
(République du Guinée)
2 October 1958 to 26 April 1972 Post abolished
26 April 1972 to 1 January 1979 Louis Lansana Beavogui, Prime Minister PDG-RDA
People's Revolutionary Republic of Guinea
(République Populaire Révolutionnaire du Guinée)
1 January 1979 to 3 April 1984 Louis Lansana Beavogui, Prime Minister PDG-RDA Deposed in a coup d'état
5 April 1984 to 25 May 1984 Diarra Traoré, Prime Minister Mil
Republic of Guinea
(République du Guinée)
25 May 1984 to 18 December 1984 Diarra Traoré, Prime Minister Mil
18 December 1984 to 9 July 1996 Post abolished
9 July 1996 to 8 March 1999 Sidya Touré, Prime Minister n-p
8 March 1999 to 23 February 2004 Lamine Sidimé, Prime Minister PUP
23 February 2004 to 30 April 2004 François Lonseny Fall, Prime Minister PUP
30 April 2004 to 9 December 2004 Vacant Disputed continuation of François Fall in exile until June 2004.
9 December 2004 to 5 April 2006 Cellou Dalein Diallo, Prime Minister PUP
5 April 2006 to 9 February 2007 Vacant
9 February 2007 to 1 March 2007 Eugène Camara, Prime Minister PUP
1 March 2007 to 23 May 2008 Lansana Kouyaté, Prime Minister n-p
23 May 2008 to 24 December 2008 Ahmed Tidiane Souaré, Prime Minister n-p Deposed in a coup d'état
30 December 2008 to 26 January 2010 Kabiné Komara, Prime Minister n-p
26 January 2010 to 24 December 2010 Jean-Marie Doré, Prime Minister UPG
24 December 2010 to Present Mohamed Said Fofana, Prime Minister n-p


PDG-RDA Parti Démocratique de Guinée-Rassemblement Démocratique Africain
(Democratic Party of Guinea – African Democratic Rally)    socialist, only legal party 1960-1984
PUP Parti de l'Unité et du Progrès
(Unity and Progress Party)    authoritarian
UPG Union pour le Progrès de la Guinée
(Union for the Progress of Guinea)
RPG Rassemblement du Peuple Guinéen
(Rally of the Guinean People)
Mil Military
n-p non-partisan

See also

External links

  • (French) Official site of the Guinean government
  • Guinea's state structure
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