Prime Minister of Seychelles

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Prime Minister of Seychelles
Coat of Arms of the Republic of Seychelles.svg
AppointerGovernor of Seychelles (1970–1976)
President of Seychelles (1976–1977)
Formation12 November 1970
First holderSir James Mancham
Final holderFrance-Albert René
Abolished5 June 1977

The prime minister of Seychelles was an executive position in the government of the Seychelles from 1970 until 1977. The office was abolished in 1977 following a coup.[1]

Prime ministers of Seychelles (1970–1977)[change | change source]

No. Name
(Birth–Death)
Portrait Term of office Time in office Party
Chief Minister of the Crown Colony of Seychelles
1 Sir James Mancham
(1939–2017)
James Mancham 2014.jpg 12 November 1970 1 October 1975 4 years,

323 days

SDP
Prime Minister of the Crown Colony of Seychelles
(1) Sir James Mancham
(1939–2017)
James Mancham 2014.jpg 1 October 1975 28 June 1976
(become President.)
271 days SDP
Prime Minister of the Republic of Seychelles
1 France-Albert René
(1935–2019)
France-Albert René, June 2014.jpg 29 June 1976 5 June 1977
(deposed Mancham and become President.)
341 days SPPF
Post abolished (5 June 1977 – present)

References[change | change source]

  1. "60. Seychelles (1976–present)". uca.edu. Retrieved 28 December 2017.

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