Prime Minister of Kazakhstan


Prime Minister of Kazakhstan
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List of Heads of Government of Kazakhstan (1920-Present)

Kyrgyz Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic (1920-1925)

Chairmen of the Council of People's Commissars

  • Viktor Radus-Zenkovich (12 October 1920 - 1921)
  • Mukhamedkhafiy Murzagaliyev (1921 - September 1922)
  • Saken Seyfullin (September 1922 - October 1924)
  • Nygmet Nurmakov (October 1924 - 19 February 1925)

Kazakh Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic (1925-1936)

Chairmen of the Council of People's Commissars

  • Nygmet Nurmakov (19 February 1925 - May 1928)
  • Uraz Isayev (May 1928 - 5 December 1936)

Kazakh Soviet Socialist Republic (1936-1991)

Chairmen of the Council of People's Commissars

  • Uraz Isayev (5 December 1936 - September 1937)
  • Ibragim Tazhiyev (September 1937 - 17 July 1938)
  • Nurtas Undasynov (17 July 1938 - 15 March 1946)

Chairmen of the Council of Ministers

  • Nurtas Undasynov (15 March 1946 - 24 March 1954)
  • Elubai Taibekov (24 March 1954 - 31 March 1955)
  • Dinmukhamed Kunayev (31 March 1955 - 20 January 1960) (1st time)
  • Zhumabek Tashenev (20 January 1960 - 6 January 1961)
  • Salken Daulenov (6 January 1961 - 13 September 1962)
  • Masymkhan Beysembayev (13 September - 26 December 1962) (1st time)
  • Dinmukhamed Konayev (26 December 1962 - 7 December 1964) (2nd time)
  • Masymkhan Beysembayev (7 December 1964 - 31 March 1970) (2nd time)
  • Bayken Ashimov (31 March 1970 - 22 March 1984)
  • Nursultan Nazarbayev (22 March 1984 - 27 July 1989)
  • Uzakbay Karamanov (27 July 1989 - 20 November 1991)

Prime Minister

  • Uzakbay Karamanov (20 November 1990 - 14 October 1991)

Republic of Kazakhstan (1991-Present)

Prime Ministers

# Name Took Office Left Office Party
1 Sergey Tereshchenko 14 October 1991 12 October 1994 Non-partisan
2 Akezhan Kazhegeldin 12 October 1994 10 October 1997 Nurlan Balgimbayev 10 October 1997 1 October 1999 Kassym-Jomart Tokayev 1 October 1999 28 January 2002 Nur Otan
5 Imangali Tasmagambetov 28 January 2002 13 June 2003 Nur Otan
6 Daniyal Akhmetov 13 June 2003 10 January 2007 Nur Otan
7 Karim Massimov 10 January 2007 Incumbent Nur Otan

See also

  • List of leaders of Kazakhstan

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