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Prime Minister of Georgia

Prime Minister of Georgia
Coat of Arms of Georgia
Incumbent
Irakli Garibashvili

since 20 November 2013
Appointer Giorgi Margvelashvili,
as President of Georgia
Inaugural holder Bessarion Gugushvili
Formation 23 August 1991
Georgia
This article is part of a series on the
Georgia
politics and government of

The Prime Minister of Georgia is the most senior minister within the Noe Ramishvili, the incumbent being Irakli Garibashvili. Georgia has had 39 Prime Ministers since 1918.

Contents

  • List of Heads of Government of Georgia (1918–present) 1
    • Democratic Republic of Georgia (1918–1921) 1.1
      • Prime Ministers 1.1.1
    • Transcaucasian Socialist Federative Soviet Republic (1922–1936) and Georgian Soviet Socialist Republic (1936–1991) 1.2
      • Chairmen of the Council of People's Commissars 1.2.1
      • Chairmen of the Council of Ministers 1.2.2
    • Georgia (1991–present) 1.3
      • Prime Ministers 1.3.1
      • State Ministers 1.3.2
      • Prime Ministers 1.3.3
  • References 2
  • See also 3

List of Heads of Government of Georgia (1918–present)

Democratic Republic of Georgia (1918–1921)

Prime Ministers

Transcaucasian Socialist Federative Soviet Republic (1922–1936) and Georgian Soviet Socialist Republic (1936–1991)

Chairmen of the Council of People's Commissars

Chairmen of the Council of Ministers

Georgia (1991–present)

Prime Ministers

# Name Image Took Office Left Office Party
Murman Omanidze
(acting)
18 August 1991 23 August 1991 (None)
1 Bessarion Gugushvili 23 August 1991 6 January 1992[1] Round Table — Free Georgia
2 Tengiz Sigua 6 January 1992 6 August 1993 (None)
Eduard Shevardnadze
(acting)
6 August 1993 20 August 1993 (None)
3 Otar Patsatsia 20 August 1993 5 October 1995 (None)

State Ministers

# Name Image Took Office Left Office Party
1 Nikoloz Lekishvili 8 December 1995 26 July 1998 Union of Citizens of Georgia
2 Vazha Lortkipanidze 31 July 1998 11 May 2000 Union of Citizens of Georgia
3 Giorgi Arsenishvili 11 May 2000 21 December 2001 Union of Citizens of Georgia
4 Avtandil Jorbenadze 21 December 2001 27 November 2003 Union of Citizens of Georgia
5 Zurab Zhvania 27 November 2003 17 February 2004 United National Movement

Prime Ministers

# Name Image Took Office Left Office Party
4 Zurab Zhvania 17 February 2004 3 February 2005 United National Movement
Mikheil Saakashvili
(acting)[2]
3 February 2005 17 February 2005 United National Movement
5 Zurab Noghaideli 17 February 2005 16 November 2007 United National Movement
Giorgi Baramidze
(acting)[3]
16 November 2007 22 November 2007 United National Movement
6 Lado Gurgenidze 22 November 2007 1 November 2008 (None)
7 Grigol Mgaloblishvili 1 November 2008 6 February 2009 (None)
8 Nika Gilauri 6 February 2009 4 July 2012 (None)
9 Vano Merabishvili 4 July 2012 25 October 2012 United National Movement
10 Bidzina Ivanishvili 25 October 2012 20 November 2013 Georgian Dream
11 Irakli Garibashvili 20 November 2013 Incumbent Georgian Dream

References

  1. ^ Prime Minister of the rebel government at Zugdidi 24 September—6 November 1993
  2. ^ Saakashvili took responsibilities as Prime minister (in Russian)
  3. ^ Acting Prime minister of Georgia criticized peacekeepers, CIS and Russia (in Russian)

See also

  • Cabinet of Georgia
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