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List of heads of state of Mali

President of the
Republic of Mali
Coat of arms of Mali.svg
Comité national pour le salut du Peuple - Assimi Goita (cropped).jpg
Incumbent
Assimi Goïta
Interim

since 24 May 2021
ResidenceKoulouba Palace, Bamako
Term length5 years
Renewable once
PrecursorColonial governor of Mali
Formation1965
First holderModibo Keïta
Salary68,900 USD annually[1]
WebsiteKoulouba

This is a list of heads of state of Mali since the country gained independence from France in 1960 to the present day.

A total of seven people have served as head of state of Mali (excluding two acting presidents). Additionally, two people, Amadou Toumani Touré and Assimi Goïta, have served on two non-consecutive occasions.

The current head of state of Mali is interim president Assimi Goïta, who took power for a second time on 24 May 2021, after dismissing previous interim president Bah Ndaw in the 2021 coup d'état.[2] He has since been constitutionally declared president of Mali.[3][4]

Heads of state

Titles

  • 1960–1965: Head of State
  • 1965–1968: President of the Republic
  • 1968–1969: Chairman of the Military Committee for National Liberation
  • 1969–1979: Head of State
  • 1979–1991: President of the Republic
  • 1991: Chairman of the National Reconciliation Council
  • 1991–1992: Chairman of the Transitional Committee for the Salvation of the People
  • 1992–2012: President of the Republic
  • 2012: Chairman of the National Committee for the Restoration of Democracy and State
  • 2012–2020: President of the Republic
  • 2020: Chairman of the National Committee for the Salvation of the People
  • 2020–present: President of the Transition

Key

Political parties
Other factions
Status
  •  Acting President

List

No. Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Elected Term of office Political party Prime minister(s)
Took office Left office Time in office
1 Modibo Keita 1961-09-13.jpg Modibo Keïta
(1915–1977)
1960
1964
20 June 1960 19 November 1968
(deposed.)
8 years, 152 days US–RDA Himself
2 Moussa Traoré (1989) (cropped).jpg Moussa Traoré
(1936–2020)
1979
1985
19 November 1968 26 March 1991
(deposed.)
22 years, 127 days Military /
UDPM
Diakité
Dembelé
3 Amadou Toure cropped.jpg Amadou Toumani Touré
(1948–2020)
26 March 1991 8 June 1992 1 year, 74 days Military Sacko
4 Alpha Oumar Konaré 2007-02-27.jpg Alpha Oumar Konaré
(born 1946)
1992
1997
8 June 1992 8 June 2002 10 years ADEMA–PASJ Touré
Sow
I. B. Keïta
Mandé Sidibé
Keita
(3) Amadou Toure cropped.jpg Amadou Toumani Touré
(1948–2020)
2002
2007
8 June 2002 22 March 2012
(deposed.)[5][a]
9 years, 288 days Independent Hamani
O. I. Maïga
Modibo Sidibé
C. M. K. Sidibé
5 Amadou Haya Sanogo December 2016.jpg Amadou Sanogo
(born 1972/73)
22 March 2012 12 April 2012 21 days Military Position vacant
Dioncounda Traoré 2011-10-16 (2).jpg Dioncounda Traoré
(born 1942)[b]
12 April 2012 4 September 2013 1 year, 145 days ADEMA–PASJ Diarra
Sissoko
6 Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta par Claude Truong-Ngoc décembre 2013 (cropped 2).jpg Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta
(born 1945)
2013
2018
4 September 2013 18 August 2020
(deposed.)[7][c]
6 years, 349 days RPM Ly
Mara
Keita
A. I. Maïga
S. B. Maïga
Cissé
7 Comité national pour le salut du Peuple - Assimi Goita (cropped).jpg Assimi Goïta
(born 1983)
18 August 2020 25 September 2020 38 days Military Position vacant
Visit of Josep Borrell Fontelles, Vice-President of the European Commission, to Mali.jpg Bah Ndaw
(born 1950)
25 September 2020 24 May 2021
(deposed.)[2][d]
241 days Independent Ouane
Comité national pour le salut du Peuple - Assimi Goita (cropped).jpg Assimi Goïta
(born 1983)
24 May 2021 Incumbent 60 days Military C. K. Maïga

Latest election

Candidate Party First round Second round
Votes % Votes %
Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta Rally for Mali 1,331,132 41.70 1,798,632 67.17
Soumaïla Cissé Union for the Republic and Democracy 567,679 17.78 879,235 32.83
Aliou Diallo 256,404 8.03
Cheick Modibo Diarra 236,025 7.39
Housseini Amion Guindo Convergence for the Development of Mali 124,506 3.90
Oumar Mariko African Solidarity for Democracy and Independence 74,300 2.33
Modibo Kone 72,941 2.29
Choguel Kokala Maïga 68,970 2.16
Harouna Sankare 57,406 1.80
Mamadou Oumar Sidibe 54,274 1.70
Modibo Sidibe Alternative Forces for Renewal and Emergence 45,453 1.42
Kalfa Sanogo Alliance for Democracy in Mali (not official)[10] 38,892 1.22
Mamadou Diarra 36,124 1.13
Modibo Kadjoke 30,479 0.95
Moussa Sinko Coulibaly 30,232 0.95
Adama Kane 26,084 0.82
Daba Diawara 22,991 0.72
Mountaga Tall 20,312 0.64
Dramane Dembele Alliance for Democracy in Mali (not official) 18,737 0.59
Mohamed Ali Bathily 17,712 0.55
Hamadoun Toure 17,087 0.54
Yeah Samake 16,632 0.52
Mamadou Traore 15,502 0.49
Madame Djeneba N'diaye 12,275 0.38
Invalid/blank votes 224,069 85,536
Total 3,416,218 100 2,763,339 100
Registered voters/turnout 8,000,462 42.70 8,000,462 34.54
Source: Constitutional Court, Government of Mali

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Officially resigned on 8 April 2012.[6]
  2. ^ Simultaneously served as the President of the National Assembly.
  3. ^ Officially resigned on 19 August 2020.[8]
  4. ^ Officially resigned on 26 May 2021.[9]

References

  1. ^ "The highest and lowest paid African presidents - Business Daily". Business Daily.
  2. ^ a b "Mali: President, prime minister arrested in 'attempted coup'". Deutsche Welle. 25 May 2021. Retrieved 25 May 2021.
  3. ^ "Mali's top court declares coup leader Goita as interim president". Reuters. 29 May 2021. Retrieved 29 May 2021.
  4. ^ "Mali vice president named interim leader in coup-within-a-coup". Deutsche Welle. 29 May 2021. Retrieved 29 May 2021.
  5. ^ Afua Hirsch (22 March 2012). "Mali rebels claim to have ousted regime in coup". The Guardian. UK. Retrieved 24 March 2012.
  6. ^ "Mali's President, Ousted in Coup, Steps Down". The New York Times. Associated Press. 8 April 2012. Retrieved 9 April 2012.
  7. ^ Kelly, Jeremy (18 August 2020). "Mali PM and president under arrest, claim army mutineers". The Times. Retrieved 18 August 2020.
  8. ^ "Mali's Keita resigns as president after military coup". www.aljazeera.com. Retrieved 19 August 2020.
  9. ^ "Mali's president, prime minister resign after arrests by military". www.aljazeera.com. Retrieved 26 May 2021.
  10. ^ The party officially supports Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta: Présidentielle 2018: l'Adema soutient le président IBK Archived 30 November 2018 at the Wayback Machine

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