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Encyclopedia > List of Prime Ministers of Fiji

Fiji received its independence in 1970. The post of Chief Minister, which had existed since 1966, was renamed Prime Minister.

  1. Ratu Sir Kamisese Mara: September 20, 1967 - April 13, 1987
  2. Timoci Bavadra: April 13, 1987 - May 14, 1987
  3. Ratu Sir Kamisese Mara: December 5, 1987 - June 2, 1992
  4. Sitiveni Rabuka: June 2, 1992 - May 19, 1999
  5. Mahendra Chaudhry: May 19, 1999 - May 27, 2000
  6. Ratu Tevita Momoedonu: May 27, 2001
  7. Laisenia Qarase: July 4, 2000 - March 14, 2001 (interim)
  8. Ratu Tevita Momoedonu: March 14, 2001 - March 16, 2001 (interim)
  9. Laisenia Qarase : March 16, 2001 - present

†Ratu Momoedonu was appointed Prime Minister on May 27, 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.


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In practice, this usually reduces the Prime Minister's appointment to a formality, as the parliamentary leader of the majority political party or coalition is invariably appointed.
The Prime Minister of Fiji is technically the "first among equals," whose vote in meetings of the Cabinet carries no greater weight that that of any other minister.
Other Ministers are appointed by the President, but on the Prime Minister's advice, and may be dismissed by him at any time (although his control over ministerial appointments may be tempered by the realities of coalition politics: the leader or leaders of coalition partners may insist on having a say in the matter too).
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