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# Name Term of office Political Party
1 Ratu Sir Kamisese Mara 20 September 1967 - 13 April 1987 Alliance Party
2 Timoci Bavadra 13 April 1987 - 14 May 1987 Fiji Labour Party
Vacant (14 May 1987 - 5 December 1987) [1]
Ratu Sir Kamisese Mara 5 December 1987 - 2 June 1992 None [2]
3 Sitiveni Rabuka 2 June 1992 - 19 May 1999 Fijian Political Party
4 Mahendra Chaudhry 19 May 1999 - 27 May 2000 Fiji Labour Party
5 Ratu Tevita Momoedonu 27 May 2000 Fiji Labour Party[3]
Vacant (27 May 2000 - 4 July 2000) [1]
6 Laisenia Qarase 4 July 2000 - 14 March 2001 None [4]
Ratu Tevita Momoedonu 14 March 2001 - 16 March 2001 (interim) Fiji Labour Party
Laisenia Qarase 16 March 2001 - 5 December 2006 Soqosoqo Duavata ni Lewenivanua [4]
7 Dr Jona Baravilala Senilagakali 5 December 2006 - 4 January 2007 Installed by military coup [5]
8 Commodore Frank Bainimarama 5 January 2007[1] - 10 April 2009[2] Military
Vacant (10 April 2009 - 11 April 2009) [6]
Commodore Frank Bainimarama 11 April 2009 - Present[3] Military
  • [1] Two military coups in 1987 and a civilian coup d'état in 2000 left Fiji without a Prime Minister each time.
  • [2] Mara's party, the Fijian Alliance, was dissolved in the wake of the 1987 coups, so he was effectively a non-party Prime Minister in his last term.
  • [3] Ratu Momoedonu was appointed Prime Minister on 27 May 2000, by the then-President, Ratu Sir Kamisese Mara, in order to meet a constitutional technicality. He resigned only a few minutes later, as soon as the technicality had been attended to, in order to allow the President to assume full executive power.
  • [4] Qarase was not a member of a political party when he headed the interim government in 2000 and early 2001. Following his reinstatement on 16 March 2001 (after two days' absence from office), he founded the Soqosoqo Duavata ni Lewenivanua to contest the parliamentary election that was to be held later that year.
  • [5] Senilagakali was installed as Interim Prime Minister as Commodore Josaia Voreqe (Frank) Bainimarama took control of the Government. He was previously a highly esteemed medical doctor, the former President of the Fijian Medical Association, and was military doctor at the time of the coup.[4]
  • [6] The Bainimarama government was dismissed as illegal by Fiji's Court of Appeal, leading to the Prime Minister's immediate resignation. He was re-appointed the next day by President Josefa Iloilo, following the latter's abrogation of the Constitution.[2][3]

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