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Encyclopedia > Prime Minister of Portugal

Prime Ministers of the Constitutional Monarchy (1834-1910)

Incumbent Political Party Tenure
Pedro de Sousa Holstein,
Marquís e Conde de Palmela
... 24 September 1834-27 May 1835
José Francisco de Saldanha Oliveira e Daun,
Marquís e Conde de Saldanha
... 27 May 1835-18 November 1835
José Jorge Loureiro ... 18 November 1835-20 April 1836
António Severim de Noronha,
Duque de Terceira, Marquís e Conde de Vila-Flor
... 20 April 1836-10 September 1836
José da Gama Carneiro e Sousa,
Conde de Lumiares
... 10 September 1836-4 November 1836
José Bernardino de Portugal e Castro,
Marquís de Valená, Conde de Vimioso
... 4 November 1836-5 November 1836
Bernardo de Sá Nogueira de Figueiredo,
Visconde e Barón de Sá de Bandeira
... 5 November 1836-2 June 1837
António Dias de Oliveira ... 2 June 1837-2 August 1837
Bernardo de Sá Nogueira de Figueiredo,
Visconde e Barón de Sá de Bandeira
... 2 August 1837-18 April 1839
Rodrigo de Aleida Carvalhais,
Barón da Ribeira de Sabrosa
... 18 April 1839-26 September 1839
José Travassos Valdez,
Conde e Barón de Bonfim
... 26 September 1839-9 July 1841
Joaquim António de Aguiar ... 9 July 1841-7 February 1842
Pedro de Sousa Holstein,
Marquís e Conde de Palmela
... 7 February 1842-9 February 1842
António Severim de Noronha,
Duque de Terceira, Marquís e Conde de Vila-Flor
... 9 February 1842-20 May 1846
Pedro de Sousa Holstein,
Marquís e Conde de Palmela
... 20 May 1846-6 October 1846
José Francisco de Saldanha Oliveira e Daun,
Marquís e Conde de Saldanha
... 6 October 1846-18 June 1849
António da Costa Cabral,
Conde de Tomar
... 18 June 1849-26 April 1851
António Severim de Noronha,
Duque de Terceira, Marquís e Conde de Vila-Flor
... 26 April 1851-1 May 1851
José Francisco de Saldanha Oliveira e Daun,
Marquís e Conde de Saldanha
... 1 May 1851-6 June 1856
Nuno José de Moura Barreto,
Marquís de Loulá, Conde de Vale de Reis
... 6 June 1856-16 March 1859
António Severim de Noronha,
Duque de Terceira, Marquís e Conde de Vila-Flor
... 16 March 1859-1 May 1860
Joaquim António de Aguiar ... 1 May 1860-4 July 1860
Nuno José de Moura Barreto,
Marquís de Loulá, Conde de Vale de Reis
... 4 July 1860-17 April 1865
Bernardo de Sá Nogueira de Figueiredo,
Visconde e Barón de Sá de Bandeira
... 17 April 1865-4 September 1865
Joaquim António de Aguiar ... 4 September 1865-4 January 1868
António José de Vila,
Marquís de Vila e Bolama, Conde de Vila
... 4 January 1868-22 July 1868
Bernardo de Sá Nogueira de Figueiredo,
Visconde e Barón de Sá de Bandeira
... 22 July 1868-11 August 1869
Nuno José de Moura Barreto,
Marquís de Loulá, Conde de Vale de Reis
... 11 August 1869-19 May 1870
José Francisco de Saldanha Oliveira e Daun,
Marquís e Conde de Saldanha
... 19 May 1870-29 August 1870
Bernardo de Sá Nogueira de Figueiredo,
Visconde e Barón de Sá de Bandeira
... 30 August 1870-29 October 1870
António José de Vila,
Marquís de Vila e Bolama, Conde de Vila
... 29 October 1870-13 September 1871
António Pereira de Melo ... 13 September 1871-6 March 1877
António José de Vila,
Marquís de Vila e Bolama, Conde de Vila
... 6 March 1877-26 January 1878
António Pereira de Melo ... 26 January 1878-29 May 1879
Anselmo José Braamcamp ... 29 May 1879-23 March 1881
António Rodrigues Sampaio ... 23 March 1881-14 November 1881
António Pereira de Melo ... 14 November 1881-16 February 1886
José Pereira Corte-Real ... 16 February 1886-14 January 1890
António de Serpa Pimentel ... 14 January 1890-11 October 1890
José Crisóstomo de Abreu e Sousa ... 11 October 1890-18 January 1892
José Dias Ferreira ... 18 January 1892-22 February 1893
Ernesto Hintze Ribeiro ... 22 February 1893-5 February 1897
José Pereira Corte-Real ... 5 February 1897-26 July 1900
Ernesto Hintze Ribeiro ... 26 July 1900-20 October 1904
José Pereira Corte-Real ... 20 October 1904-19 March 1906
Ernesto Hintze Ribeiro ... 19 March 1906-19 May 1906
João Franco ... 19 May 1906-4 February 1908
Francisco Ferreira do Amaral ... 4 February 1908-26 December 1908
Artur de Campos Henriques ... 26 December 1908-11 April 1909
Sebastián de Sousa Teles ... 11 April 1909-14 May 1909
Venceslau Pereira de Lima ... 14 May 1909-22 December 1909
Francisco de Veiga Beirá ... 22 December 1909-26 June 1910
António Teixeira de Sousa ... 26 June 1910-4 October 1910



First Republic

Name
Tenure
Teófilo Braga 5 October 1910 - 3 September 1911
José Pinheiro Chagas 3 September 1911 - 12 December 1911
Augusto Vasconcelos Correia 12 December 1911 - 4 June 1912
Afonso Augusto da Costa 4 June 1912 - 19 January 1913
Afonso Augusto da Costa 19 January 1913 - 10 February 1914
Sidónio Pais December 1917 - December 1918
João Tamagnini Barbosa December 1918 - 26 January 1919
José Relvas 26 January 1919 - March 1919
Domingues Leite Pereira March 1919 - June 1919
Alfredo de Sá Cardoso June 1919 - 15 January 1920
Francisco José Fernandes Costa 15 January 1920 - 21 January 1920
Domingues Leite Pereira 21 January 1920 - 8 March 1920
António Maria Baptista 8 March 1920 - June 1920
António Maria da Silva June 1920 1921 - 10 February 1921
Bernardino Machado 10 February 1921 - 23 May 1921
Tomé de Barros Queirós 23 May 1921 - 28 August 1921
António Granjo 28 August 1921 - 20 October 1921
Manuel Maria Coelho 20 October 1921 - 5 November 1921
Carlos Henriques da Silva Maia Pinto 5 November 1921 - 16 December 1921
Francisco da Cunha Leal 6 December 1921 - 7 February 1922
António Maria da Silva 7 February 1923 - 17 December 1923
Álvaro de Castro 17 December 1923 - 7 July 1924
Alfredo Rodrigues Gaspar 7 July 1924 - 22 November 1924
José Domingues dos Santos 22 November 1924 - 15 February 1925
Vitorino Guimarães 15 February 1925 - 26 June 1925
António Maria da Silva 1 July 1925 - 20 July 1925
Domingos Pereira 1 August 1925 - 13 December 1925
António Maria da Silva 18 December 1925 - 28 May 1926

Military Dictatorship

Name
Tenure
José Mendes Cabeçadas Júnior 30 May 1926-19 June 1926
Manuel Gomes da Costa 19 June 1926-9 July 1926
António de Fragoso Carmona 9 July 1926-18 April 1928
José Vicente de Freitas 18 April 1928-8 July 1929
Artur Ivens Ferraz 8 July 1929-21 January 1930
Domingos da Costa e Oliveira 21 January 1930-5 July 1932

Estado Novo

Name
Tenure
António de Oliveira Salazar 5 July 1932-25 September 1968
Marcelo Caetano 25 September 1968-25 April 1974

Third Republic

Name
Tenure
Adelino da Palma Carlos 16 May 1974-18 July 1974
Vasco dos Santos Gonçalves 18 July 1974-19 September 1975
José Batista Pinheiro de Azevedo 19 September 1975-23 July 1976
Mário Soares 23 July 1976-28 August 1978
Alfredo Nobre da Costa 28 August 1978-22 November 1978
Carlos Mota Pinto 22 November 1978-1 August 1979
Maria de Lourdes Pintasilgo 1 August 1979-3 January 1980
Francisco Sá Carneiro 3 January 1980-4 December 1980
Diogo Freitas do Amaral 4 December 1980-9 January 1981
Francisco Pinto Balsemão 9 January 1981-9 June 1983
Mário Soares 9 June 1983-6 November 1985
Aníbal Cavaco Silva 6 November 1985-28 October 1995
António Manuel de Oliveira Guterres 28 October 1995-6 April 2002
José Manuel Durão Barroso 6 April 2002-17 July 2004
Pedro Santana Lopes 17 July 2004-
See also: List of Presidents of Portugal, Politics of Portugal, Lists of incumbents

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Pedro Miguel de Santana Lopes (born June 29, 1956) is a Portuguese politician, and was Prime Minister of Portugal in (2004 and 2005).
Because the PSD was the major partner in the coalition government at the time, the Party proposed Santana Lopes for the post of Prime Minister, a position to which he was formally invited by president Jorge Sampaio on July 12, 2004.
Santana Lopes' short career as Prime Minister began inauspiciously, with some members of government being shuffled between departments on the same afternoon as the government was being inaugurated.
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