António Costa

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António Costa

António Costa (Clube de Jornalistas, entrevista com o PM António Costa, 2022) (cropped).png
António Costa in 2022
Prime Minister of Portugal
Assumed office
26 November 2015
PresidentAníbal Cavaco Silva
Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa
DeputyEduardo Cabrita
Pedro Siza Vieira
Preceded byPedro Passos Coelho
Secretary-General of the Socialist Party
Assumed office
22 November 2014
PresidentCarlos César
Preceded byAntónio José Seguro
Minister of Foreign Affairs
In office
28 March 2022 – 30 March 2022
Preceded byAugusto Santos Silva
Succeeded byJoão Gomes Cravinho
Leader of the Opposition
In office
22 November 2014 – 26 November 2015
Prime MinisterPedro Passos Coelho
Preceded byAntónio José Seguro
Succeeded byPedro Passos Coelho
76th Mayor of Lisbon
In office
1 August 2007 – 6 April 2015
Preceded byCarmona Rodrigues
Succeeded byFernando Medina
Minister of the Internal Administration
In office
12 March 2005 – 17 May 2007
Prime MinisterJosé Sócrates
Preceded byDaniel Sanches
Succeeded byRui Pereira
Minister of Justice
In office
25 October 1999 – 6 April 2002
Prime MinisterAntónio Guterres
Preceded byJosé Vera Jardim
Succeeded byCeleste Cardona
Minister of Parliamentary Affairs
In office
25 November 1997 – 25 October 1999
Prime MinisterAntónio Guterres
Preceded byLuís Filipe Menezes
Succeeded byLuís Marques Mendes
Member of the Assembly of the Republic
In office
23 October 2015 – 26 November 2015
In office
6 April 2002 – 13 June 2004
In office
6 October 1991 – 28 October 1995
In office
20 July 2004 – 11 March 2005
Personal details
António Luís Santos da Costa

(1961-07-17) 17 July 1961 (age 61)
Lisbon, Portugal
Political partySocialist
Fernanda Tadeu (m. 1987)
ResidenceSão Bento Mansion
Alma materUniversity of Lisbon
WebsiteOfficial website

António Luís Santos da Costa GCIH (born 17 July 1961) is a Portuguese lawyer and politician. He is the 119th and current Prime Minister of Portugal since 26 November 2015. He served as Mayor of Lisbon from 2007 to 2015.

He was elected as Secretary-General of the Socialist Party in September 2014.[1]

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