Prime Minister of Georgia


Prime Minister of Georgia

The Prime Minister of Georgia is the most senior minister within the Cabinet of Georgia of the Republic of Georgia, appointed by the President of Georgia.

List of Heads of Government of Georgia (1918-Present)

Democratic Republic of Georgia (1918-1921)

Prime Ministers

*Noe Ramishvili (26 May 1918 - 24 June 1918)
*Noe Zhordania (24 June 1918 - 18 March 1921)

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

Chairmen of the Council of People's Commissars

*Polikarp Mdivani (7 March 1922 - April 1922)
*Sergey Kavtaradze (April 1922 - January 1923)
*Shalva Eliava (January 1923 - June 1927)
*Lavrenty Kartvelishvili (June 1927 - 1929)
*Filipp Makharadze (June 1929 - January 1931)
*Levan Sukhishvili (January 1931 - 22 September 1931)
*German Mgaloblishvili (22 September 1931 - June 1937)
*Valerian Bakradze (9 July 1937 - 15 April 1946)

Chairmen of the Council of Ministers

*Valerian Bakradze (15 April 1946 - December 1946) (1st time)
*Zakhary Chkhubianishvili (December 1946 - 6 April 1952)
*Zakhary Kechkhoveli (6 April 1952 - 16 April 1953)
*Valerian Bakradze (16 April 1953 - 20 September 1953) (2nd time)
*Givi Dzhavakhishvili (21 September 1953 - 17 December 1975)
*Zurab Pataridze (17 December 1975 - 5 June 1982)
*Dmitry Kartvelishvili (2 July 1982 - 12 April 1986)
*Otar Cherkeziya (12 April 1986 - 29 March 1989)
*Zurab Chkheidze (29 March 1989 - 14 April 1989)
*Nodari Chitanava (14 April 1989 - 15 November 1990)
*Tengiz Sigua (15 November 1990 - 18 August 1991)

Republic of Georgia (1991-Present)

Prime Ministers

*Murman Omanidze (18 August 1991 - 23 August 1991) (acting)
*Bessarion Gugushvili (23 August 1991 - 6 January 1992)Ref_label|Precision|α|none
*Tengiz Sigua (6 January 1992 - 6 August 1993)
*Eduard Shevardnadze (6 August 1993 - 20 August 1993) (acting)
*Otar Patsatsia (20 August 1993 - 5 October 1995)

Ministers of State

*Nikoloz "Niko" Lekishvili (8 December 1995 - 7 August 1998)
*Vazha Lortkipanidze (7 August 1998 - 11 May 2000)
*Giorgi Arsenishvili (11 May 2000 - 21 December 2001)
*Avtandil Jorbenadze (21 December 2001 - 27 November 2003)
*Zurab Zhvania (27 November 2003 - 17 February 2004)

Prime Ministers

*Zurab Zhvania (17 February 2004 - 3 February 2005)
*Giorgi Baramidze (3 February 2005 - 17 February 2005) (acting)
*Zurab Noghaideli (17 February 2005 - 16 November 2007)
*Vladimer "Lado" Gurgenidze (22 November 2007 - Present)

Notes

α. Note_label|Precision|α|noneThe ousted administration of President Zviad Gamsakhurdia and Prime Minister Bessarion Gugushvili formed a counter-government at Zugdidi on 24 September 1993 that controlled part of western Georgia until 6 November 1993.

ee also

*Cabinet of Georgia


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