List of prime ministers of Djibouti

Prime Minister of Djibouti
Premier Ministre du Djibouti (French)
Coat of Arms
Incumbent
Abdoulkader Kamil Mohamed
since 1 April 2013
AppointerIsmail Omar Guelleh,
as President of Djibouti
Inaugural holderAli Aref Bourhan (French territory)
Hassan Gouled Aptidon (Republic of Djibouti)
Formation27 June 1977
Websiteprimature.gouv.dj

This is a list of prime ministers of Djibouti. Since the establishment of the office of prime minister in 1977, there have been 6 official prime ministers. The current prime minister is Abdoulkader Kamil Mohamed, since 1 April 2013.

The list also includes presidents of the Government Council of French Territory of the Afars and the Issas, which acted as heads of government of the area of present-day Djibouti between 1967 and 1977, before the proclamation of independence.

List of officeholders

No. Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Election Term of office Political party Notes
Took office Left office Time in office
French Territory of the Afars and the Issas (1967–1977)
1 Ali Aref Bourhan
(born 1934)
1968
1973
7 July 1967 29 July 1976 9 years, 22 days National Union for Independence
2 Abdallah Mohamed Kamil
(born 1936)
29 July 1976 18 May 1977 293 days Afar Democratic Rally
3 Hassan Gouled Aptidon
(1915–2006)
1977 18 May 1977 27 June 1977 40 days African People's League for the Independence (LPAI)
Republic of Djibouti (1977–present) •
1 Hassan Gouled Aptidon
(1915–2006)
27 June 1977 12 July 1977 15 days African People's League for the Independence (LPAI)
2 Ahmed Dini Ahmed
(1932–2004)
12 July 1977 5 February 1978 208 days African People's League for the Independence (LPAI)
3 Abdallah Mohamed Kamil
(born 1936)
5 February 1978 2 October 1978 239 days People's Rally for Progress
4 Barkat Gourad Hamadou
(1930–2018)
1982
1987
1992
1997
2 October 1978 7 March 2001 22 years, 156 days People's Rally for Progress
5 Dileita Mohamed Dileita
(born 1959)
2003
2008
7 March 2001 1 April 2013 12 years, 24 days People's Rally for Progress
6 Abdoulkader Kamil Mohamed
(born 1952)
2013
2018
2023
1 April 2013 Incumbent 11 years, 15 days People's Rally for Progress

See also


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