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List of heads of government of Mali

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List of heads of government of Mali

Prime Minister of the
Republic of Mali
Moussa Mara

since 5 April 2014
Appointer Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta,
as President of Mali
Inaugural holder Modibo Keïta
Formation 20 June 1960
This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of

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


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

List of Heads of Government of Mali

(Dates in italics indicated de facto continuation of office)

Tenure Portrait Incumbent Affiliation Notes
Republic of Mali Autonomous
(République du Mali)
24 May 1957 to 26 July 1958 Jean-Marie Koné, Vice President of the Government Council US/RDA
26 July 1958 to 24 November 1958 Jean-Marie Koné, President of the Government Council
24 November 1958 to 5 April 1959 Jean-Marie Koné, President of the Provisional Government (contd.)
5 April 1959 to 20 June 1960 Modibo Keïta, Prime Minister US/RDA
Republic of Mali Independence from France
(République du Mali)
20 June 1960 to 1965 Modibo Keïta, Prime Minister US/RDA
1965 to 19 November 1968 Post abolished
19 November 1968 to 18 September 1969 Yoro Diakité, Prime Minister Mil
18 September 1969 to 6 June 1986 Post abolished
6 June 1986 to 6 June 1988 Mamadou Dembelé, Prime Minister UDPM
6 June 1988 to 2 April 1991 Post abolished
2 April 1991 to 9 June 1992 Soumana Sacko, Acting Prime Minister n-p
9 June 1992 to 12 April 1993 Younoussi Touré, Prime Minister n-p
12 April 1993 to 4 February 1994 Abdoulaye Sékou Sow, Prime Minister n-p
4 February 1994 to 15 February 2000 Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta, Prime Minister ADEMA-PASJ
15 February 2000 to 18 March 2002 Mandé Sidibé, Prime Minister ADEMA-PASJ
18 March 2002 to 9 June 2002 Modibo Keita, Prime Minister n-p
9 June 2002 to 29 April 2004 Ahmed Mohamed ag Hamani, Prime Minister n-p
29 April 2004 to 28 September 2007 Ousmane Issoufi Maïga, Prime Minister n-p
28 September 2007 to 3 April 2011 Modibo Sidibé, Prime Minister n-p Brother of Mandé Sidibé
3 April 2011 to 22 March 2012 Cissé Mariam Kaïdama Sidibé, Prime Minister n-p ♀; Deposed in a coup d'état
22 March 2012 to 17 April 2012 Vacant
17 April 2012 to 11 December 2012 Cheick Modibo Diarra, Acting Prime Minister n-p Resigned after being arrested by soldiers
11 December 2012 to 5 September 2013 Django Sissoko, Acting Prime Minister n-p
5 September 2013 to 5 April 2014 Oumar Tatam Ly, Prime Minister n-p
5 April 2014 to Present Moussa Mara, Prime Minister n-p


ADEMA-PASJ "Adema" - Alliance pour la Démocratie en Mali-Parti Pan-Africain pour la Liberté, la Solidarité et la Justice   
(Alliance for Democracy in Mali-Pan-African Party for Liberty, Solidarity and Justice) - left of centre
CCD Coalition for Change and Democracy
PARENA Party for National Renewal
UDPM Union Démocratique des Pepul Maliens
   (Democratic Union of the Malian People) - party of power
US-RDA Union Soudanais/Rassemblement Démocratique Africain
   (Sudanese Union/African Democratic Rally)
Mil Military
n-p non-partisan

See also

External links

  • World Statesmen - Mali
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