Perdana Menteri Papua New Guinea

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Perdana Menteri Papua New Guinea merupakan ketua kerajaan Papua New Guinea , pemimpin yang dilantik oleh majoriti parti yang menyokong di Parlimen New Guinea. Papua New Guinea merupakan sebuah negara Komanwel.Sejak 5 Ogos 2002, Perdana Menteri Sir Michael Somare dari Parti Barisan Nasional Papua New Guinea.

Senarai Perdana Menteri Papua New Guinea[sunting | sunting sumber]

No. Nama
(lahir-mati)
Tempoh Parti politik
Tarikh menjabat Tarikh letak jawatan
1 Michael Somare
(1936–)
16 September 1975 11 Mac 1980 Pangu Party[1][2][3]
2 Sir Julius Chan
(1939–)
11 Mac 1980 2 Ogos 1982 People's Progress Party[1][2]
(1) Michael Somare
(1936–)
2 Ogos 1982 21 November 1985 Pangu Party[1][2][3]
3 Paias Wingti
(1951–)
21 November 1985 4 Julai 1988 People's Democratic Movement[1][2]
4 Sir Rabbie Namaliu
(1947–)
4 Julai 1988 17 Julai 1992 Pangu Party[1][2]
(3) Paias Wingti
(1951–)
17 Julai 1992 30 Ogos 1994 People's Democratic Movement[2]
(2) Sir Julius Chan
(1939–)
30 Ogos 1994 27 Mac 1997 People's Progress Party[2][3]
5 John Giheno
(1949–2017)
27 Mac 1997 2 Jun 1997 People's Progress Party
(2) Sir Julius Chan
(1939–)
2 Jun 1997 22 Julai 1997 People's Progress Party[2][3]
6 Bill Skate
(1953–2006)
22 Julai 1997 14 Julai 1999 People's National Congress Party[2][3]
7 Sir Mekere Morauta
(1946–)
14 Julai 1999 5 Ogos 2002 People's Democratic Movement[3]
(1) Sir Michael Somare
(1936–)
5 Ogos 2002 2 Ogos 2011
Dipertikaikan dari 14 Disember 2011
hingga 3 Ogos 2012
National Alliance Party[1]
8 Sam Abal
(1958–)
13 Disember 2010 17 Januari 2011 National Alliance Party[1]
4 April 2011 2 Ogos 2011
9 Peter O'Neill
(1965–)
2 Ogos 2011
Disputed to 3 August 2012
29 Mei 2019 People's National Congress Party
10 James Marape
(1971–)
30 May 2019 Penyandang Pangu Party

Rujukan[sunting | sunting sumber]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g "Background Note: Papua New Guinea". US State Department. April 2007. Dicapai 2007-08-14.  pautan luar dalam |publisher= (bantuan)
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i Dorney, Sean (2001). Papua New Guinea: people, politics and history since 1975. ABC Books. ISBN 0-7333-0945-3. 
  3. ^ a b c d e f May, R.J. (2001). State and society in Papua New Guinea: the first twenty five years. Crawford House Publishing. ISBN 1-86333-204-9.