President of Trinidad and Tobago

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The President of Trinidad and Tobago is the person who is in charge of the country of Trinidad and Tobago. They help the country and its people. The office was created in 1976 after being declared independent. The first President was Ellis Clarke.

List of Presidents of Trinidad and Tobago (1976-)[change | change source]

President
(Birth–Death)
Portrait Tenure Elected Prime Minister(s)
Took office Left office
1 Sir Ellis Clarke
(1917–2010)
Sir Ellis Clarke (cropped 2).jpg 1 August 1976 28 January 1977 Williams
Chambers
Robinson
28 January 1977 13 March 1987
2 Noor Hassanali
(1918–2006)
No image.png 18 March 1987 17 March 1997 Robinson
Manning
Panaday
3 A. N. R. Robinson
(1926–2014)
A. N. R. Robinson (cropped).jpg 17 March 1997 18 March 2003 Panday
Manning
4 George Maxwell Richards
(1931–2018)
Professor George Maxwell Richards 1 (cropped 2).jpg 18 March 2003 18 March 2013 Manning
Persad-Bissessar
5 Anthony Carmona
(1953–)
Anthony Carmona (cropped).jpg 18 March 2013 Incumbent Persad-Bissessar
Rowley

Former living heads of state[change | change source]

There are one living former Trinidadian Heads of State:

Image Name Term/Reign Office Date of birth
Elizabeth II greets NASA GSFC employees, May 8, 2007 edit.jpg Elizabeth II 1962–1976 Queen of Trinidad and Tobabgo (1926-04-21) 21 April 1926 (age 91)

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