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Prime Minister of Madagascar

Prime Minister of the
Republic of Madagascar
Roger Kolo

since 16 April 2014
Appointer Andry Rajoelina,
as President of the High Transitional Authority
Inaugural holder Gabriel Ramanantsoa
Formation 18 May 1972
This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of

This page contains a list of the Prime Ministers of Madagascar.

Prime Ministers of Madagascar (1828–Present)

(Dates in italics indicate de facto continuation of office)

Tenure Portrait Incumbent Affiliation Notes
Merina Kingdom
1828 to 1833 Andriamihaja, Chief Minister n-p
1833 to 10 February 1852 Rainiharo, Prime Minister n-p Died in office
10 February 1852 to 14 July 1864 Rainivoninahitriniony, Prime Minister n-p Deposed by his brother Rainilaiarivony
14 July 1864 to 14 October 1895 Rainilaiarivony, Prime Minister n-p Deposed after the Second Madagascar expedition
15 October 1895 to September 1896 Rainitsimbazafy, Prime Minister n-p Removed from office
September 1896 to February 1897 Rasanjy, Principal Governor n-p
Colonial Madagascar
February 1897 to 27 May 1957 Post Abolished
27 May 1957 to 14 October 1958 Philibert Tsiranana, Vice President of the Executive Council PSD
Malagasy Republic Autonomous
14 October 1958 to 1 May 1959 Philibert Tsiranana, Prime Minister PSD
1 May 1959 to 26 June 1960 Post Abolished
Malagasy Republic
26 June 1960 to 18 May 1972 Post Abolished
18 May 1972 to 5 February 1975 Gabriel Ramanantsoa, Prime Minister Mil
5 February 1975 to 30 December 1975 Post Abolished
Democratic Republic of Madagascar
30 December 1975 to 11 January 1976 Post Abolished
11 January 1976 to 30 July 1976 Joel Rakotomalala, Prime Minister FNDR Died in a helicopter accident
12 August 1976 to 1 August 1977 Justin Rakotoniaina, Prime Minister FNDR
1 August 1977 to 12 February 1988 Désiré Rakotoarijaona, Prime Minister Mil
12 February 1988 to 8 August 1991 Victor Ramahatra, Prime Minister Mil
8 August 1991 to 12 September 1992 Guy Razanamasy, Prime Minister FNDR
Republic of Madagascar
12 September 1992 to 9 August 1993 Guy Razanamasy, Prime Minister AREMA
9 August 1993 to 30 October 1995 Francisque Ravony, Prime Minister CSDDM
30 October 1995 to 28 May 1996 Emmanuel Rakotovahiny, Prime Minister UNDD
28 May 1996 to 21 February 1997 Norbert Ratsirahonana, Prime Minister AVI
21 February 1997 to 23 July 1998 Pascal Rakotomavo, Prime Minister AREMA
23 July 1998 to 31 May 2002 Tantely Andrianarivo, Prime Minister AREMA Under house arrest by Ravalomanana from 27 May 2002
26 February 2002 to 20 January 2007 Jacques Sylla, Prime Minister n-p Appointed by Ravalomanana
31 May 2002 to 5 July 2002 Jean-Jacques Rasolondraibe, Interim Prime Minister AREMA Appointed by Ratsiraka
20 January 2007 to 17 March 2009 Charles Rabemananjara, Prime Minister TIM Deposed in the 2009 crisis
17 March 2009 to 10 October 2009 Monja Roindefo, Prime Minister MONIMA Appointed by Rajoelina on 7 February 2009
10 October 2009 to 18 December 2009 Eugène Mangalaza, Prime Minister n-p
18 December 2009 to 20 December 2009 Cécile Manorohanta, Interim Prime Minister TGV
20 December 2009 to 2 November 2011 Albert Camille Vital, Prime Minister Mil
2 November 2011 to 16 April 2014 Omer Beriziky, Prime Minister LEADER-Fanilo
16 April 2014 to Present Roger Kolo, Prime Minister n-p


See also

External links

  • World Statesmen - Madagascar
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