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List of Prime Ministers of Lebanon

Prime Minister of the
Lebanese Republic
Incumbent
Tammam Salam

sinceĀ 15 February 2014
Residence Grand Serail, Beirut
Appointer President of Lebanon
Term length Four years
Inaugural holder Riad Solh
25 September 1943
Formation Constitution of Lebanon
23 May 1926
Website Lebanese Government Website
This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Lebanon

This is a list of Prime Ministers of Lebanon since the creation of the office in 1926.

National Pact

Though it is not specifically stated in the constitution, an unwritten understanding known as the National Pact, agreed in 1943, has resulted in the holder of the post being a Sunni Muslim in every electoral cycle since that time. Nevertheless, several Prime Ministers in the past have been Christian.

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