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Prime Minister of Guyana

Prime Minister of the
Co-operative Republic of Guyana
Coat of arms of Guyana
Style
The Honourable
Residence Prime Minister's Residence, Oranapi Towers
Appointer Donald Ramotar,
as President of Guyana
Term length 5 years, renewable
Inaugural holder Forbes Burnham
Formation 26 May 1966

This is a list of Prime Ministers of Guyana. The Prime Minister is the head of government of Guyana.

Chief Minister of British Guiana (1953)

# Incumbent Portrait Tenure Political affiliation
Took office Left office
1 Cheddi Jagan 30 May 1953 9 October 1953   People's Progressive Party

Premiers of British Guiana (1961-1966)

# Incumbent Portrait Tenure Political affiliation
Took office Left office
1 Cheddi Jagan 5 September 1961 12 December 1964   People's Progressive Party
2 Forbes Burnham 12 December 1964 26 May 1966   People's National Congress

Prime Ministers of Guyana (1966-Present)

# Incumbent Portrait Tenure Political affiliation
Took office Left office
1 Forbes Burnham 26 May 1966 6 October 1980   People's National Congress
2 Ptolemy Reid 6 October 1980 16 August 1984   People's National Congress
3 Desmond Hoyte 16 August 1984 6 August 1985   People's National Congress
4 Hamilton Green 6 August 1985 9 October 1992   People's National Congress
5 Sam Hinds
(1st time)
9 October 1992 17 March 1997   People's Progressive Party
6 Janet Jagan 17 March 1997 19 December 1997   People's Progressive Party
(5) Sam Hinds
(2nd time)
19 December 1997 9 August 1999   People's Progressive Party
7 Bharrat Jagdeo 9 August 1999 11 August 1999   People's Progressive Party
(5) Sam Hinds
(3rd time)
11 August 1999 Incumbent   People's Progressive Party

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