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List of Prime Ministers of the Czech Republic

This is list of Prime Ministers of the Czech Republic. For individual information about Prime Minister see, Prime Minister of the Czech Republic.

Andrej Babiš (pictured in 2015) assumed office on 6 December 2017, following the 2017 legislative election.

This is a list of Prime Ministers of the Czech Republic (Czech: Předseda vlády České republiky, literally translated as Chairman of the Government of the Czech Republic), a political office that was created in 1993 following the dissolution of Czechoslovakia.

The Czech Republic is a parliamentary representative democracy, with the Prime Minister acting as head of government and the President acting as head of state.

The first Prime Minister of the Czech Republic was Václav Klaus, who served as the second President from 7 March 2003 until 7 March 2013. The current and 12th Prime Minister is Andrej Babiš, leader of the ANO 2011, who was appointed by the President on 6 December 2017.

Czech and Slovak Federative Republic (1990–1992)

6 March 1990 – 31 December 1992: called "Czech Republic" within Czechoslovakia.

Prime Ministers of the Czech Republic

Parties

  OF

No. Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Term of Office Political Party Cabinet National Council
Took Office Left Office Days
6 Pithart Petr 6165.JPG Petr Pithart
(1941–)
6 February 1990 29 June 1990 877 Civic Forum
(OF)
OF later replaced by OH
I KSČČSLOF 5 (1986)
29 June 1990 2 July 1992 II OFHSD-SMSKDU
OF later replaced by OH and ODS
6 (1990)

Czech Republic (1993–present)

From 1 January 1993 after the dissolution of Czechoslovakia.

Parties

  ODS (Liberal-conservative)
  ČSSD (Social democratic)
  ANO (Centrist)
  Independent

No. Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Term of Office Political Party Cabinet Chamber of Deputies
Took Office Left Office Days
1 Vaclav Klaus headshot.jpg Václav Klaus
(1941–)
2 July 1992 4 July 1996 2,010 Civic Democratic Party
(ODS)
I ODSKDU-ČSLODAKDS 1 (1992)
4 July 1996 2 January 1998 II ODSKDU-ČSLODA 2 (1996)
2 Coat of arms of the Czech Republic.svg Josef Tošovský
(1950–)
17 December 1997 22 July 1998 201 Independent ODSKDU-ČSLODA
ODS later replaced by US
2 ( ···· )
3 Zeman M 1.JPG Miloš Zeman
(1944–)
17 July 1998 15 July 2002 1,454 Czech Social Democratic Party
(ČSSD)
ČSSD 3 (1998)
4 Vladimir Spidla, 2007 crop.jpg Vladimír Špidla
(1951–)
12 July 2002 4 August 2004 751 Czech Social Democratic Party
(ČSSD)
ČSSDKDU-ČSLUS–DEU 4 (2002)
5 Coat of arms of the Czech Republic.svg Stanislav Gross
(1969–2015)
26 July 2004 25 April 2005 264 Czech Social Democratic Party
(ČSSD)
ČSSDKDU-ČSLUS–DEU 4 ( ···· )
6 Jiří Paroubek 2013-08-07.jpg Jiří Paroubek
(1952–)
25 April 2005 4 September 2006 497 Czech Social Democratic Party
(ČSSD)
ČSSDKDU-ČSLUS–DEU 4 ( ···· )
7 Mirek Topolanek.jpg Mirek Topolánek
(1956–)
16 August 2006 9 January 2007 977 Civic Democratic Party
(ODS)
I ODS 5 (2006)
8 November 2006 8 May 2009 II ODSKDU-ČSLSZ 5 ( ···· )
8 Prime Minister of the Czech Republic Jan Fischer.JPG Jan Fischer
(1951–)
9 April 2009 13 July 2010 431 Independent No party 5 ( ···· )
9 Necas in Latvia (cropped).jpg Petr Nečas
(1964–)
28 June 2010 10 July 2013 1,093 Civic Democratic Party
(ODS)
ODSTOP 09VV
VV later replaced by LIDEM
6 (2010)
10 Rusnok Jiří 2013.JPG Jiří Rusnok
(1960–)
25 June 2013 29 January 2014 203 Independent ČSSD[1]KDU-ČSL
ČSSD exited cabinet[2]
6 ( ···· )
11 Tallinn Digital Summit. Arrivals Bohuslav Sobotka (23536638518) (cropped).jpg Bohuslav Sobotka
(1971–)
17 January 2014 13 December 2017 1,426 Czech Social Democratic Party
(ČSSD)
ČSSDANO 2011KDU-ČSL 7 (2013)
12 A Babiš Praha 2015.JPG Andrej Babiš
(1954–)
6 December 2017 27 June 2018 324 ANO 2011 I ANO 2011 8 (2017)
27 June 2018 Incumbent II ANO 2011ČSSD 8 ( ···· )

Statistics

# Prime Minister Date of birth Age at inauguration
(first term)
Time in office
(total)
Age at retirement
(last term)
Date of death Longevity
1 Klaus, VáclavVáclav Klaus 19 June 1941(19 June 1941) 51 years,  13 days 5 years, 364 days 56 years, 197 days Living (Living)
2 Tošovský, JosefJosef Tošovský 28 September 1950(28 September 1950) 47 years,  96 days 201 days 47 years, 297 days Living (Living)
3 Zeman, MilošMiloš Zeman 28 September 1944(September 28, 1944) 53 years, 297 days 3 years, 358 days 57 years, 290 days Living (Living)
4 Szpidla, VladimírVladimír Špidla 22 April 1951(22 April 1951) 51 years,  84 days 2 years,  20 days 53 years, 104 days Living (Living)
5 Gross, StanislavStanislav Gross 30 October 1969(30 October 1969) 34 years, 279 days 264 days 35 years, 177 days 16 April 2015 45 years, 168 days
6 Paroubek, JiříJiří Paroubek 21 August 1952(21 August 1952) 52 years, 247 days 1 year,  132 days 54 years,  14 days Living (Living)
7 Topolánek, MirekMirek Topolánek 15 May 1956(15 May 1956) 50 years, 112 days 2 years, 246 days 52 years, 358 days Living (Living)
8 Fischer, JanJan Fischer 2 January 1951(2 January 1951) 58 years, 126 days 1 year,   66 days 59 years, 192 days Living (Living)
9 Nečas, PetrPetr Nečas 19 November 1964(19 November 1964) 45 years, 236 days 2 years, 362 days 48 years, 233 days Living (Living)
10 Rusnok, JiříJiří Rusnok 16 October 1960(16 October 1960) 52 years, 267 days 203 days 53 years, 105 days Living (Living)
11 Sobotka, BohuslavBohuslav Sobotka 23 October 1971(23 October 1971) 43 years,  98 days 3 years, 318 days 46 years, 51 days Living (Living)
12 Babiš, AndrejAndrej Babiš 2 September 1954(2 September 1954) 63 years,  102 days 324 days Incumbent Living (Living)

Timeline

Andrej BabišBohuslav SobotkaJiří RusnokPetr NečasJan FischerMirek TopolánekJiří ParoubekStanislav GrossVladimir ŠpidlaMiloš ZemanJosef TošovskýVáclav Klaus

See also

External links

References