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List of Prime Ministers of Northern Cyprus

 

List of Prime Ministers of Northern Cyprus

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

This is a chronological list of every government formed by the Prime Ministers of Northern Cyprus. A new number is allocated to each new Prime Minister.

Contents

  • List of Prime Ministers of Northern Cyprus (1976–present) 1
    • Prime Ministers of the Turkish Federated State of Cyprus (1976–1983) 1.1
    • Prime Ministers of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (1983–present) 1.2
  • See also 2

List of Prime Ministers of Northern Cyprus (1976–present)

Prime Ministers of the Turkish Federated State of Cyprus (1976–1983)

This list gives all prime ministers after the founding of the Turkish Federated State of Cyprus, which was intended as an autonomous part of Cyprus, but was rejected by the government of the Republic of Cyprus.

Name
(Birth–Death)
Picture Took Office Left Office Party
1 Nejat Konuk
(1928–2014)
(1st time)
1976 21 April 1978 National Unity Party
2 Osman Örek
(1925–1999)
21 April 1978 15 December 1978 National Unity Party
3 Mustafa Çağatay
(1937–1989)
15 December 1978 15 November 1983 National Unity Party

Prime Ministers of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (1983–present)

This list gives all prime ministers after Northern Cyprus' unilateral declaration of independence in 1983, which followed after the refusal of the government of the Republic of Cyprus to recognize the Turkish Federative State of Cyprus.

Name
(Birth–Death)
Picture Took Office Left Office Party
1 Nejat Konuk
(1928–2014)
(2nd time)
15 November 1983 19 July 1985 National Unity Party
2 Derviş Eroğlu
(1938–)
(1st time)
19 July 1985 1 January 1994 National Unity Party
3 Hakkı Atun
(1935–)
1 January 1994 16 August 1996 Democratic Party
(2) Derviş Eroğlu
(1938–)
(2nd time)
16 August 1996 13 January 2004 National Unity Party
4 Mehmet Ali Talat
(1952–)
13 January 2004 26 April 2005 Republican Turkish Party
5 Ferdi Sabit Soyer
(1952–)
26 April 2005 5 May 2009 Republican Turkish Party
(2) Derviş Eroğlu
(1938–)
(3rd time)
5 May 2009 23 April 2010 National Unity Party
Hüseyin Özgürgün
(1965–)
Acting Prime Minister
23 April 2010 17 May 2010 National Unity Party
6 İrsen Küçük
(1940–)
17 May 2010 13 June 2013 National Unity Party
7 Sibel Siber
(1960–)
13 June 2013 2 September 2013 Republican Turkish Party
8 Özkan Yorgancıoğlu
(1954–)
2 September 2013 16 July 2015 Republican Turkish Party
9 Ömer Kalyoncu
(1950–)
16 July 2015 Incumbent Republican Turkish Party

See also

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