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List of heads of government of Libya

This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Libya

This is a list of heads of government of Libya since independence in 1951.

Heads of Government of Libya (1951–Present)

(Dates in italics indicate de facto continuation of office)

Kingdom of Libya (1951–1969)

# Name Born-Died Took office Left office Political Party
Prime Ministers
1 Mahmud al-Muntasir 1903–1970 29 March 1951[1] 19 February 1954 Independent
2 Muhammad Sakizli 1892–1976 19 February 1954 12 April 1954 Independent
3 Mustafa Ben Halim 1921– 12 April 1954 26 May 1957 Independent
4 Abdul Majid Kubar 1909–1986 26 May 1957 17 October 1960 Independent
5 Muhammad Osman Said 1922–2007 17 October 1960 19 March 1963 Independent
6 Mohieddin Fikini 1925–1994 19 March 1963 20 January 1964 Independent
(1) Mahmud al-Muntasir 1903–1970 20 January 1964 20 March 1965 Independent
7 Hussein Maziq 1918–2006 20 March 1965 2 July 1967 Independent
8 Abdul Qadir al-Badri 1921–2003 2 July 1967 25 October 1967 Independent
9 Abdul Hamid al-Bakkoush 1933–2007 25 October 1967 4 September 1968 Independent
10 Wanis al-Qaddafi 1924–1986 4 September 1968 31 August 1969[2] Independent

Libyan Arab Republic (1969–1977)

Prime Ministers
11 Mahmud Sulayman al-Maghribi 1935–2009 8 September 1969 16 January 1970 Independent
12 Muammar Gaddafi 1942–2011 16 January 1970 16 July 1972 Military /
Arab Socialist Union
13 Abdessalam Jalloud 1944– 16 July 1972 2 March 1977 Military /
Arab Socialist Union

Great Socialist People's Libyan Arab Jamahiriya (1977–2011)

General Secretaries of the General People's Committee
14 Abdul Ati al-Obeidi 1939– 2 March 1977 2 March 1979 Independent
15 Jadallah Azzuz at-Talhi 2 March 1979 16 February 1984 Independent
16 Muhammad az-Zaruq Rajab 1940– 16 February 1984 3 March 1986 Independent
(15) Jadallah Azzuz at-Talhi 3 March 1986 1 March 1987 Independent
17 Umar Mustafa al-Muntasir 1939–2001 1 March 1987 7 October 1990 Independent
18 Abuzed Omar Dorda 1944– 7 October 1990 29 January 1994 Independent
19 Abdul Majid al-Qa′ud 1943– 29 January 1994 29 December 1997 Independent
20 Muhammad Ahmad al-Mangoush 29 December 1997 1 March 2000 Independent
21 Imbarek Shamekh 1952– 1 March 2000 14 June 2003 Independent
22 Shukri Ghanem 1942–2012 14 June 2003 5 March 2006 Independent
23 Baghdadi Mahmudi 1945– 5 March 2006 23 August 2011[3] Independent

Libya (2011–2013)

Head of the Executive Team of the National Transitional Council
Mahmoud Jibril 1952– 5 March 2011[4] 23 March 2011 Independent
Prime Ministers
Mahmoud Jibril
(interim)
1952– 23 March 2011 23 October 2011 Independent
Ali Tarhouni
(acting)
1951– 23 October 2011 24 November 2011 Independent
Abdurrahim El-Keib
(interim)
1950– 24 November 2011 14 November 2012 Independent
24 Ali Zeidan 1950– 14 November 2012 9 January 2013 National Party for Development and Welfare

State of Libya (2013–Present)

Prime Ministers
(24) Ali Zeidan 1950– 9 January 2013 11 March 2014 National Party for Development and Welfare
25 Abdullah al-Thani 1954– 11 March 2014[5] Incumbent Independent
Ahmed Maiteeq
(disputed)
25 May 2014 9 June 2014 Independent
Omar al-Hasi
(in rebellion)[6]
25 August 2014 Incumbent Independent

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Acting until 24 December 1951
  2. ^ Deposed in the 1969 coup d'état
  3. ^ Deposed in the 2011 Civil War
  4. ^ In rebellion to 23 August 2011
  5. ^ Acting until 8 April 2014
  6. ^ In rebellion during the 2014 Civil War

External links

  • World Statesmen – Libya
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