Prime Minister of Seychelles

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Prime Minister of Seychelles
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AppointerGovernor of Seychelles (1970–1976)
President of Seychelles (1976–1977)
Formation12 November 1970
First holderSir James Mancham
Final holderFrance-Albert René
Abolished5 June 1977
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The Prime Minister of Seychelles was an executive position in the government of the Seychelles from 1970 until 1977.

Prime Ministers of Seychelles (1970–1977)[edit]

No. Name
(Birth–Death)
Portrait Tenure Political affiliation
Took office Left office Time in office
Chief Minister of the Crown Colony of Seychelles
1 Sir James Mancham
(1939–2017)
James Mancham 2014.jpg 12 November 1970 1 October 1975 4 years, 323 days Seychelles Democratic Party
Prime Minister of the Crown Colony of Seychelles
(1) Sir James Mancham
(1939–2017)
James Mancham 2014.jpg 1 October 1975 28 June 1976[a] 271 days Seychelles Democratic Party
Prime Minister of the Republic of Seychelles
1 France-Albert René
(1935–2019)
France-Albert René, June 2014.jpg 29 June 1976 5 June 1977[b] 341 days Seychelles People's Progressive Front
Post abolished (5 June 1977 – present)

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Become President.
  2. ^ Deposed Mancham in the 1977 coup d'état and become President.

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