Monday, January 03, 2011

PRIME MINISTERS OF PAKISTAN

PRIME MINISTERS OF PAKISTAN
 
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# Name (Birth–Death) Portrait Entered office Left office Political party
1 Liaquat Ali Khan
(1896–1951)
Liaquat Ali Khan.jpg 14 August 1947 16 October 1951 Muslim League
2 Sir Khawaja Nazimuddin
(1894–1964)
Khawaja Nazimuddin of Pakistan.JPG 17 October 1951 17 April 1953 Muslim League
3 Muhammad Ali Bogra
(1909–1963)
53bogra nehru (cropped).jpg 17 April 1953 12 August 1955 Muslim League
4 Chaudhry Muhammad Ali
(1905–1980)
Chaudhary Muhammad Ali.jpg 12 August 1955 12 September 1956 Muslim League
5 Huseyn Shaheed Suhrawardy
(1892–1963)
Hussien Suhrwardi.jpg 12 September 1956 17 October 1957 Awami League
6 Ibrahim Ismail Chundrigar
(1898–1968)
Chundrigar1957.jpg 17 October 1957 16 December 1957 Muslim League
7 Sir Feroz Khan Noon
(1893–1970)
MFKN.jpg 16 December 1957 7 October 1958 Republican Party
Post Abolished 7 October 1958 7 December 1971
8 Nurul Amin
(1893–1974)
Nurul amin.jpg 7 December 1971 20 December 1971 Pakistan Muslim League
Post Abolished 20 December 1971 14 August 1973
9 Zulfikar Ali Bhutto
(1928–1979)
Bhutto pm.jpg 14 August 1973 5 July 1977 Pakistan Peoples Party
Post Abolished 5 July 1977 24 March 1985
10 Muhammad Khan Junejo
(1932–1993)
JunejoPM.jpg 24 March 1985 29 May 1988 Independent;
Pakistan Muslim League
Post Abolished 29 May 1988 2 December 1988
11 Benazir Bhutto
(1953–2007)
Benazir Bhutto cropped.jpg 2 December 1988 6 August 1990 Pakistan Peoples Party
A Ghulam Mustafa Jatoi
(1931–2009 )
Coat of arms of Pakistan.svg 6 August 1990 6 November 1990 Caretaker
12 Nawaz Sharif
(1949– )
Nawaz Sharif profile.jpg 6 November 1990 18 April 1993 Pakistan Muslim League (N)
A Balakh Sher Mazari
(1928– )
Coat of arms of Pakistan.svg 18 April 1993 26 May 1993 Caretaker
(12) Nawaz Sharif
(1949– )
Nawaz Sharif profile.jpg 26 May 1993 18 July 1993 Pakistan Muslim League (N)
A Moeenuddin Ahmad Qureshi
(1930– )
MAQ.jpg 18 July 1993 19 October 1993 Caretaker
(11) Benazir Bhutto
(1953–2007)
Benazir Bhutto cropped.jpg 19 October 1993 5 November 1996 Pakistan Peoples Party
A Malik Meraj Khalid
(1916–2003)
Coat of arms of Pakistan.svg 5 November 1996 17 February 1997 Caretaker
(12) Nawaz Sharif
(1949– )
Nawaz Sharif profile.jpg 17 February 1997 12 October 1999 Pakistan Muslim League (N)
Post Abolished 12 October 1999 21 November 2002
13 Zafarullah Khan Jamali
(1944– )
Zafarullah Khan Jamali.jpg 21 November 2002 26 June 2004 Pakistan Muslim League (Q)
14 Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain
(1946– )
Armitage and Shujaat Hussein.jpg
(right)
30 June 2004 20 August 2004 Pakistan Muslim League (Q)
15 Shaukat Aziz
(1949– )
Shaukat Aziz.jpg 20 August 2004 16 November 2007 Pakistan Muslim League (Q)
16 Muhammad Mian Soomro
(1950– )
Coat of arms of Pakistan.svg 16 November 2007 25 March 2008 Pakistan Muslim League (Q)
17 Yousaf Raza Gillani
(1952– )
Syed Gillani - World Economic Forum on the Middle East 2008.jpg 25 March 2008 Incumbent Pakistan Peoples Party

 

  • From 1958 to 1973, no person held the title of Prime Minister due to Martial Law.
  • The office was again suspended from 5 July 1977 to 24 March 1985 due to martial law.
  • The office was again suspended from 9 June 1988 to 17 August 1988.
  • ¹On 12 October 1999, Pervez Musharraf overthrew Nawaz Sharif and took the title of Chief Executive. On 20 June 2001, he took the title of President of Pakistan. Pervez Musharraf was chief executive from 12 October 1999 to 21 November 2002 (de facto till 14 Oct 1999, de jure from 14 Oct 1999).
  • Elections were held on 10 October 2002, leading to the return of the position of Prime Minister.
 


 
 
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