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List of prime ministers of Mali

Prime Minister of the
Republic of Mali
Coat of arms of Mali.svg
Incumbent
Choguel Kokalla Maïga
Interim

since 6 June 2021
AppointerAssimi Goïta,
as Interim President of Mali
Inaugural holderModibo Keïta
Formation20 June 1960
Salary23,280 USD annually[1]
WebsiteLa Primature

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

A total of seventeen people have served as Prime Minister of Mali (not counting four acting prime ministers). Additionally, one person, Modibo Keita, served on two non-consecutive occasions.

The current Interim Prime Minister of Mali is Choguel Kokalla Maïga, since 6 June 2021,[2] appointed in the aftermath the 2021 Malian coup d'état.

Key

Political parties
Other factions
Status
  •  Acting Prime Minister

List of officeholders

No. Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Term of office Political party Head(s) of state
Took office Left office Time in office
1 Modibo Keita 1961-09-13.jpg Modibo Keïta
(1915–1977)
20 June 1960 1965 c. 5 years US–RDA Himself
Post abolished (1965 – 19 November 1968)
2 No image.png Yoro Diakité
(1932–1973)
19 November 1968 18 September 1969 303 days Military M. Traoré
Post abolished (18 September 1969 – 6 June 1986)
3 No image.png Mamadou Dembelé
(1934–2016)
6 June 1986 6 June 1988 2 years UDPM M. Traoré
Post abolished (6 June 1988 – 2 April 1991)
No image.png Soumana Sacko
(born 1949)
2 April 1991 9 June 1992 1 year, 68 days Independent Touré
4 No image.png Younoussi Touré
(born 1939)
9 June 1992 12 April 1993 307 days Independent Konaré
5 No image.png Abdoulaye Sékou Sow
(1931–2013)
12 April 1993 4 February 1994 298 days Independent Konaré
6 Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta par Claude Truong-Ngoc décembre 2013 (cropped 2).jpg Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta
(born 1945)
4 February 1994 15 February 2000 6 years, 11 days ADEMA–PASJ Konaré
7 No image.png Mandé Sidibé
(1940–2009)
15 February 2000 18 March 2002 2 years, 31 days ADEMA–PASJ Konaré
8 Modibo Keita 2013-12-05.jpg Modibo Keita
(1942–2021)
18 March 2002 9 June 2002 83 days Independent Konaré
9 No image.png Ahmed Mohamed ag Hamani
(born 1942)
9 June 2002 29 April 2004 1 year, 325 days Independent Touré
10 No image.png Ousmane Issoufi Maïga
(born 1946)
29 April 2004 28 September 2007 3 years, 152 days Independent Touré
11 Modibo Sidibé 2008-07.jpg Modibo Sidibé
(born 1952)[a]
28 September 2007 3 April 2011 3 years, 187 days Independent Touré
12 No image.png Cissé Mariam Kaïdama Sidibé
(born 1948)
3 April 2011 22 March 2012
(deposed.)[3]
354 days Independent Touré
Vacant (22 March – 17 April 2012)
Cheick Modibo Diarra.jpg Cheick Modibo Diarra
(born 1952)
17 April 2012 11 December 2012
(resigned.)
238 days Independent D. Traoré
Diango Sissoko.jpg Django Sissoko
(born 1947/48)
11 December 2012 5 September 2013 268 days Independent D. Traoré
13 No image.png Oumar Tatam Ly
(born 1963)
5 September 2013 5 April 2014 212 days Independent I. B. Keïta
14 Moussa Mara.jpg Moussa Mara
(born 1975)
5 April 2014 9 January 2015 279 days Independent I. B. Keïta
(8) Modibo Keita 2013-12-05.jpg Modibo Keita
(1942–2021)
9 January 2015 10 April 2017 2 years, 91 days Independent I. B. Keïta
15 Abdoulaye Idrissa Maïga (cropped).jpg Abdoulaye Idrissa Maïga
(born 1958)
10 April 2017 31 December 2017
(resigned.)
265 days RPM I. B. Keïta
16 Soumeylou Boubèye Maïga, 2019.jpg Soumeylou Boubèye Maïga
(born 1954)
31 December 2017 18 April 2019[b] 1 year, 108 days ASMA-CFP I. B. Keïta
Vacant (18 April – 23 April 2019)
17 Boubou Cissé, first minister of Mali, june 2019.jpg Boubou Cissé
(born 1974)
23 April 2019 18 August 2020
(deposed.)[4][c]
1 year, 118 days Independent I. B. Keïta
Vacant (18 August – 27 September 2020)
Moctar Ouane 2009 (cropped).jpg Moctar Ouane
(born 1955)
27 September 2020 24 May 2021
(deposed.)[6][d]
239 days Independent B. Ndaw
Vacant (24 May – 6 June 2021)
Choguel Kokalla Maïga (cropped).jpg Choguel Kokalla Maïga
(born 1958)
6 June 2021 Incumbent 7 days Independent A. Goïta

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Brother of Mandé Sidibé.
  2. ^ Lost confidence of Parliament.
  3. ^ Officially resigned on 19 August 2020.[5]
  4. ^ Officially resigned on 26 May 2021.[7]

References

  1. ^ "Communiqué de presse : Du salaire du Premier ministre malien". Malinet. 9 September 2016.
  2. ^ Reuters Staff (7 June 2021). "Mali coup leader Goita sworn in as interim president and appoints PM". Reuters. Retrieved 7 June 2021.
  3. ^ Afua Hirsch (22 March 2012). "Mali rebels claim to have ousted regime in coup". The Guardian. UK. Retrieved 24 March 2012.
  4. ^ Kelly, Jeremy (18 August 2020). "Mali PM and president under arrest, claim army mutineers". The Times. Retrieved 18 August 2020.
  5. ^ "Mali's Keita resigns as president after military coup". www.aljazeera.com. Retrieved 19 August 2020.
  6. ^ "Mali: President, prime minister arrested in 'attempted coup'". Deutsche Welle. 25 May 2021. Retrieved 25 May 2021.
  7. ^ "Mali's president, prime minister resign after arrests by military". www.aljazeera.com. Retrieved 26 May 2021.

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