List of Prime Ministers of Chad

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Prime Minister of the
Republic of Chad
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AppointerIdriss Déby,
as President of Chad
Inaugural holderHissène Habré
Formation29 August 1978
Final holderAlbert Pahimi Padacké
Abolished4 May 2018
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This is a list of Prime Ministers of Chad since the formation of the post of Prime Minister of Chad in 1978 to 2018.

A total of seventeen people have served as Prime Minister of Chad (not counting one Acting Prime Minister). Additionally, one person, Delwa Kassiré Koumakoye, has served on two non-consecutive occasions.

Key[edit]

Political parties
Other factions
Status
  •   Acting Prime Minister

List[edit]

No. Prime Minister
(Birth–Death)
Portrait Tenure Political affiliation Head(s) of State
Took office Left office Time in office
1 Hissène Habré
(1942–)
Hissene Habre.jpg 29 August 1978 23 March 1979
(deposed.)
206 days FROLINATFAN Malloum
Post abolished (23 March 1979 – 19 May 1982)
2 Djidingar Dono Ngardoum
(1928–2000)
No image.png 19 May 1982 19 June 1982 31 days RUDT Oueddei
Habré
Post abolished (19 June 1982 – 4 March 1991)
3 Jean Alingué Bawoyeu
(1937–)
No image.png 4 March 1991 20 May 1992 1 year, 77 days UDR Déby
4 Joseph Yodoyman
(1950–1993)
No image.png 20 May 1992 7 April 1993 322 days UNDR Déby
5 Fidèle Moungar
(1948–)
No image.png 7 April 1993 6 November 1993 213 days ACTUS Déby
6 Delwa Kassiré Koumakoye
(1949–)
No image.png 6 November 1993 8 April 1995 1 year, 153 days VIVA–RNDP Déby
7 Koibla Djimasta
(1950–2007)
No image.png 8 April 1995 17 May 1997 2 years, 39 days UDR Déby
8 Nassour Guelendouksia Ouaido
(1947–)
No image.png 17 May 1997 13 December 1999 2 years, 210 days MPS Déby
9 Nagoum Yamassoum
(1954–)
Nagoum Yamassoum.jpg 13 December 1999 12 June 2002 2 years, 181 days MPS Déby
10 Haroun Kabadi
(1949–)
No image.png 12 June 2002 24 June 2003 1 year, 12 days MPS Déby
11 Moussa Faki
(1960–)
Moussa Faki Mahamat.jpg 24 June 2003 3 February 2005 1 year, 224 days MPS Déby
12 Pascal Yoadimnadji
(1950?–2007)
No image.png 3 February 2005 23 February 2007
(died in office.)
2 years, 20 days MPS Déby
Adoum Younousmi
(1962–)
No image.png 23 February 2007 26 February 2007 3 days MPS Déby
(6) Delwa Kassiré Koumakoye
(1949–)
No image.png 26 February 2007 15 April 2008 1 year, 49 days VIVA–RNDP Déby
13 Youssouf Saleh Abbas
(c. 1953–)
No image.png 15 April 2008 5 March 2010 1 year, 324 days Independent Déby
14 Emmanuel Nadingar
(1951–)
No image.png 5 March 2010 21 January 2013 2 years, 322 days MPS Déby
15 Djimrangar Dadnadji
(1954–)
No image.png 21 January 2013 21 November 2013 304 days MPS Déby
16 Kalzeubet Pahimi Deubet
(1957–)
Kalzeubet Pahimi Deubet (cropped).jpg 21 November 2013 15 February 2016 2 years, 86 days MPS Déby
17 Albert Pahimi Padacké
(1966–)
Albert Pahimi Padacké.jpg 15 February 2016 4 May 2018 2 years, 78 days RNDT–Le Réveil Déby
Post abolished (4 May 2018 – present)

Remarks by Richard Nixon on Chadian leadership[edit]

In a declassified record of a 1973 conversation between U.S. President Richard Nixon, Secretary of State James R. Schlesinger, and the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Admiral Thomas H. Moorer, Nixon referenced the Prime Minister of Chad when explaining how he perceived the relationship between strength and importance: "But without adequate strength, our stance in the world wouldn't matter. The Prime Minister of Chad doesn't matter; we treat them nice, but none of them matter."[1]

See also[edit]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ Burr, William. "Unredacted Statements by Richard Nixon Raise Questions About Declassification Process". National Security Archive. Retrieved 26 June 2013.

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