President of Abkhazia

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President of the Republic of Abkhazia
Flag of the President of Abkhazia.svg
Raul Khajimba.jpeg
Incumbent
Raul Khajimba

since 25 September 2014
ResidenceSukhumi
Term length5 years, renewable once
Inaugural holderVladislav Ardzinba
Formation26 November 1994
DeputyVice President of Abkhazia

The position of President of Abkhazia was created in 1994.

Before the office of president was created the head of state position was known as the Chairman of Parliament between 1992 and the creation of the 1994 constitution.[1]

Before the position of Chairman of Parliament, the highest office in Abkhazia was the Chairman of the Supreme Soviet.

The post would last from the declaration of sovereignty from the Georgian Soviet Socialist Republic on 25 August 1990 until the outright declaration of independence on 23 July 1992.

List of Presidents of Abkhazia[change | change source]

Name
(Birth–Death)
Tenure Political Affiliation Vice President(s)
Took Office Left Office
1 Vladislav Ardzinba 1996 Abkhazia stamp portrait only.jpg
Vladislav Ardzinba
(1945–2010)
26 November 1994 12 February 2005 Independent Valery Arshba
2 Sergei Bagapsh (Interfax).jpg
Sergei Bagapsh
(1949–2011)
12 February 2005 29 May 2011
(Died in Office)
United Abkhazia Raul Khadjimba (2005–2009)
Alexander Ankvab (2009–2011)
3 Alexander Ankvab - 06.10.2011 (cropped).jpg
Alexander Ankvab
(1952–)
29 May 2011
Acting President
until 26 September 2011
1 June 2014
(Resigned)
Aitaira Mikhail Logua (2011–2013)
Бганба Валерий Рамшухович (cropped).jpg
Valeri Bganba
(1953–)
Acting President
1 June 2014 25 September 2014 Independent Vacant
4 Raul Khajimba 2017.jpg
Raul Khajimba
(1958–)
25 September 2014 Incumbent Forum for the National Unity of Abkhazia Vitali Gabnia

References[change | change source]

  1. "Депутаты парламента большинством голосов внесли изменение в текст присяги президента РА". Apsnypress. 18 August 2014. Retrieved 17 September 2014.

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