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List of Prime Ministers of Equatorial Guinea

Prime Minister of the
Republic of Equatorial Guinea
Coat of arms of Equatorial Guinea
Incumbent
Vicente Ehate Tomi

since 21 May 2012
Appointer Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo,
as President of Equatorial Guinea
Inaugural holder Cristino Seriche Bioko
Formation 15 August 1982
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Prime Ministers of Equatorial Guinea (1968–Present)

(Dates in italics indicate de facto continuation of office)

Tenure Portrait Incumbent Affiliation Notes
Spanish Guinea Self-rule
15 December 1963 to 12 October 1968 Bonifacio Ondó Edu, Prime Minister MUNGE  
Republic of Equatorial Guinea Independence from Spain
(República de Guinea Ecuatorial)
12 October 1968 to 15 August 1982 Post abolished
15 August 1982 to 12 October 1987 Cristino Seriche Bioko, Prime Minister n-p  
12 October 1987 to 4 March 1992 PDGE  
4 March 1992 to 1 April 1996 Silvestre Siale Bileka, Prime Minister PDGE  
1 April 1996 to 4 March 2001 Ángel Serafín Seriche Dougan, Prime Minister PDGE  
4 March 2001 to 14 June 2004 Cándido Muatetema Rivas, Prime Minister PDGE  
14 June 2004 to 14 August 2006 Miguel Abia Biteo Boricó, Prime Minister PDGE  
14 August 2006 to 8 July 2008 Ricardo Mangue Obama Nfubea, Prime Minister PDGE  
8 July 2008 to 21 May 2012 Ignacio Milam Tang, Prime Minister PDGE  
21 May 2012 to Present Vicente Ehate Tomi, Prime Minister PDGE  

Affiliations

GNBA Grupo Nacionalista Bubi Primero de Abril
     (Bubi Nationalist Group First of April)     ethnic Bubi, Fernando Poo island separatist, proscribed
PDGE Partido Democrático de Guinea Ecuatorial
     (Democratic Party of Equatorial Guinea)     authoritarian, est. 12 October 1987
IPGE Idea Popular de la Guinea Ecuatorial
     (Popular Idea of Equatorial Guinea)     ethnic Fang
MUNGE Movimiento Nacional de Unidad de Guinea Ecuatorial
     (National Movement for Unity of Equatorial Guinea)
PUNT Partido Único Nacional de los Trabajadores
     (Workers' National United Party)     1970-1979
Mil Military
n-p non-partisan
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See also

External links

  • World Statesmen - Equatorial Guinea

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