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List of Prime Ministers of Bangladesh

 

List of Prime Ministers of Bangladesh

This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Bangladesh
Constitution

The complete list of Prime Ministers of Bangladesh includes the persons sworn into the office as Prime Minister of Bangladesh following the Declaration of Independence of Bangladesh in 1971.

Contents

  • Key 1
  • Prime Ministers 2
  • Footnotes 3
  • See also 4
  • External links 5

Key

      Bangladesh Awami League / BAKSAL
      Bangladesh Nationalist Party
      Jatiya Party
      Independent

Prime Ministers

# Name
(Birth–Death)
Portrait Entered office Left office Political party
1 Tajuddin Ahmad
(1925–1975)
11 April 1971 12 January 1972 Bangladesh Awami League
2 Sheikh Mujibur Rahman
(1920–1975)
12 January 1972 25 January 1975 Bangladesh Awami League
3 Muhammad Mansur Ali
(1919–1975)
25 January 1975 15 August 1975 BAKSAL
Post abolished (15 August 1975 – 29 June 1978)
Mashiur Rahman
(1924–1979)
Senior Minister
29 June 1978 12 March 1979 Bangladesh Nationalist Party
4 Shah Azizur Rahman
(1925–1988)
15 April 1979 24 March 1982
(deposed)
Bangladesh Nationalist Party
Post abolished (24 March 1982 – 30 March 1984)
5 Ataur Rahman Khan
(1907–1991)
30 March 1984 9 July 1986 Jatiya Party
6 Mizanur Rahman Chowdhury
(1928–2006)
9 July 1986 27 March 1988 Jatiya Party
7 Moudud Ahmed
(1940–)
27 March 1988 12 August 1989 Jatiya Party
8 Kazi Zafar Ahmed
(1939–)
12 August 1989 6 December 1990 Jatiya Party
Post abolished (6 December 1990 – 20 March 1991)
9 Khaleda Zia
(1944–)
20 March 1991 30 March 1996 Bangladesh Nationalist Party
Muhammad Habibur Rahman
(1930–2014)
Chief Adviser
30 March 1996 23 June 1996 Independent
10 Sheikh Hasina
(1947–)
23 June 1996 15 July 2001 Bangladesh Awami League
Latifur Rahman
(1936–)
Chief Adviser
15 July 2001 10 October 2001 Independent
(9) Khaleda Zia
(1944–)
10 October 2001 29 October 2006 Bangladesh Nationalist Party
Iajuddin Ahmed
(1931–2012)
President and Chief Adviser
29 October 2006 11 January 2007 Independent
Fazlul Haque
(1938–)
Acting Chief Adviser
11 January 2007 12 January 2007 Independent
Fakhruddin Ahmed
(1940–)
Chief Adviser
12 January 2007 6 January 2009 Independent
(10) Sheikh Hasina
(1947–)
6 January 2009 Incumbent Bangladesh Awami League

Footnotes

See also

External links

  • World Statesmen - Bangladesh
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