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Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan

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Chairman of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Kyrgyz Republic
Кыргыз Республикасынын Министрлер Кабинетинин төрагасы (Kyrgyz)
National emblem of Kyrgyzstan 2016.svg
Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan Ulukbek Maripov (cropped 2).jpg
Incumbent
Ulukbek Maripov

since 5 May 2021
StyleMr. Chairman (informally)
His Excellency (international correspondence)
Member ofCabinet
Security Council
ResidenceAla Archa State Residence, Bishkek
AppointerPresident of Kyrgyzstan
Inaugural holderNasirdin Isanov
Formation21 January 1991 (prime minister)
2021 (modern post)
Salary870 000 som annually[citation needed]
Websitegov.kg
The Prime Minister's Office on Old Square, Bishkek.

The Chairman of the Cabinet of Ministers of Kyrgyzstan ((Kyrgyz: Кыргыз Республикасынын Министрлер Кабинетинин төрагасы, romanizedQırğız Respublikasının Ministrler Kabinetinin Töragası), formerly known as the Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan (Kyrgyz: Кыргыз Республикасынын премьер-министри, romanizedQırğız Respublikasının premyer-ministri) is the head of government of Kyrgyzstan.

Powers

Until 2010, the president was in a stronger position than the prime minister in Kyrgyzstan, but after the 2010 constitutional referendum, the state transitioned to a parliamentary system, placing greater power in parliament and the cabinet at the expense of the president. This was reverted in 2021 after the Kyrgyz constitutional referendum.

History of the office

Kubatbek Boronov was the acting prime minister from 16 June 2020, succeeding Muhammetkaliy Abulgaziyev after his resignation due to his cabinet's heavy corruption case.

Following election protests, Boronov resigned and was replaced on 6 October 2020 by opposition party founder Sadyr Zhaparov[1][2] and again by Artem Novikov on 14 November 2020 to 3 February 2021.

List of heads of government

Prime Ministers of Kyrgyzstan

No. Picture Name Term of office Party
1 No image.png Nasirdin Isanov 21 January 1991 29 November 1991 Independent
No image.png Andrei Iordan
Acting Prime Minister
29 November 1991 10 February 1992 Independent
2 No image.png Tursunbek Chyngyshev 10 February 1992 13 December 1993 Independent
No image.png Almanbet Matubraimov
Acting Prime Minister
13 December 1993 14 December 1993 Independent
3 No image.png Apas Jumagulov 14 December 1993 14 March 1998 Independent
4 No image.png Kubanychbek Jumaliyev 14 March 1998 23 December 1998 Independent
No image.png Boris Silayev
Acting Prime Minister
23 December 1998 25 December 1998 Independent
5 No image.png Jumabek Ibraimov 25 December 1998 4 April 1999 Independent
No image.png Boris Silayev
Acting Prime Minister
4 April 1999 12 April 1999 Independent
6 No image.png Amangeldy Muraliyev 12 April 1999 21 December 2000 Independent
7 Kurmanbek Bakiyev 2006.jpg Kurmanbek Bakiyev 21 December 2000 22 May 2002 Independent
8 Николай Танаев.jpg Nikolai Tanayev 22 May 2002 25 March 2005 Independent
(7) Kurmanbek Bakiyev 2006.jpg Kurmanbek Bakiyev 25 March 2005 20 June 2005 People's Movement of Kyrgyzstan
No image.png Medetbek Kerimkulov
Acting Prime Minister
20 June 2005 10 July 2005 Independent
(7) Kurmanbek Bakiyev 2006.jpg Kurmanbek Bakiyev 10 July 2005 15 August 2005 People's Movement of Kyrgyzstan
9 Felix Kulov 22 September 2010.jpg Felix Kulov 15 August 2005 29 January 2007 Ar-Namys
10 No image.png Azim Isabekov 29 January 2007 29 March 2007 Ar-Namys
11 2012-03-20 Almazbek Atambayev.jpeg Almazbek Atambayev 29 March 2007 28 November 2007 Social Democratic Party of Kyrgyzstan
No image.png Iskenderbek Aidaraliyev
Acting Prime Minister
28 November 2007 24 December 2007 Independent
12 Igor Chudinov.jpg Igor Chudinov 24 December 2007 21 October 2009 Ak Jol
13 No image.png Daniar Usenov 21 October 2009 7 April 2010 Ak Jol
Vacant (7 April – 17 December 2010)
(11) 2012-03-20 Almazbek Atambayev.jpeg Almazbek Atambayev 17 December 2010 23 September 2011 Social Democratic Party of Kyrgyzstan
Omurbek Babanov, October 2011.jpeg Omurbek Babanov
Acting Prime Minister
23 September 2011 14 November 2011 Respublika Party of Kyrgyzstan
(11) 2012-03-20 Almazbek Atambayev.jpeg Almazbek Atambayev 14 November 2011 1 December 2011 Social Democratic Party of Kyrgyzstan
14 Omurbek Babanov, October 2011.jpeg Omurbek Babanov 1 December 2011 1 September 2012 Respublika Party of Kyrgyzstan
No image.png Aaly Karashev
Acting Prime Minister
1 September 2012 6 September 2012 Respublika Party of Kyrgyzstan
15 Zhantoro Satybaldiyev.jpg Zhantoro Satybaldiyev 6 September 2012 25 March 2014 Independent
16 No image.png Djoomart Otorbaev[3] 25 March 2014 1 May 2015 Ata Meken
17 No image.png Temir Sariyev[4] 1 May 2015 13 April 2016 Akshumkar
18 Sooronbay Jeenbekov at the Eurasian Intergovernmental Council meeting, 7 March 2017.jpg Sooronbay Jeenbekov[5] 13 April 2016 22 August 2017 Social Democratic Party of Kyrgyzstan
No image.png Muhammetkaliy Abulgaziyev
Acting Prime Minister
22 August 2017 26 August 2017 Independent
19 Sapar Isakov (2017-10-11) (cropped).jpg Sapar Isakov 26 August 2017 19 April 2018 Social Democratic Party of Kyrgyzstan
20 No image.png Mukhammedkalyi Abylgaziev 20 April 2018 15 June 2020 Independent
21 Kubatbek Boronov (2017-08-24).jpg Kubatbek Boronov 17 June 2020 6/9 October 2020 Independent
No image.png Almazbek Batyrbekov[citation needed]
Acting Prime Minister
9 October 2020 14 October 2020 Kyrgyzstan
22 Sadyr Japarov 10.11.2020.jpg Sadyr Zhaparov 6 October 2020 14 November 2020 Mekenchil
No image.png Artem Novikov
Acting Prime Minister
14 November 2020 3 February 2021 Independent
23 Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan Ulukbek Maripov (cropped 2).jpg Ulukbek Maripov 3 February 2021 5 May 2021 Independent

Chairman of the Cabinet of Ministers

No. Picture Name Term of office Party
23 Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan Ulukbek Maripov (cropped 2).jpg Ulukbek Maripov 5 May 2021 Incumbent Independent

See also

Sources

  1. ^ "PM quits as protesters take control in Kyrgyzstan". BBC News. 7 October 2020. Retrieved 8 October 2020 – via www.bbc.com.
  2. ^ "Kyrgyzstan Prime Minister Kubatbek Boronov resigns, reports claim". www.dw.com. Deutsche Welle. Retrieved 8 October 2020.
  3. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 27 October 2014. Retrieved 3 June 2019.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  4. ^ https://www.reuters.com/article/us-kyrgyzstan-primeminister-resignation/kyrgyzstan-pm-sariyev-resigns-after-cabinet-accused-of-graft-idUSKCN0X80WM
  5. ^ "Kyrgyz Parliament Approves Atambaev Ally As New Prime Minister". rferl.org. Retrieved 3 June 2019.

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