Prime Minister of Azerbaijan

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The Prime Minister of Azerbaijan is the head of government of Azerbaijan. The current prime minister is Artur Rasizade.

Due to the central role of the President in the political system, the activities of the executive branch (including the Prime Minister) are significantly influenced by the head of state (for example, it is the President who appoints and dismisses the Prime Minister and other members of the Government; the President may chair the meetings of the cabinet and give obligatory orders to the Prime Minister and other members of the Government, the President may also revoke any act of the Government).

Historical background[өңдеу]

In the era of the Soviet Union, the head of government was the Chairman of Council of People's Commissars (until 1946) and the Chairman of the Council of Ministers (after 1946). People who held those positions are sometimes referred to as the prime ministers. They may have also been referred to as Premier of Ministers, or simply premier.

Succession of the presidency[өңдеу]

The Prime Minister is the third-highest constitutional office in Azerbaijan. In the event of the President's death, resignation or impeachment, the Prime Minister is second in the line of succession, after the First Vice-President. Until September 2016, when the office of First Vice-President was created, the Prime Minister was first in line.

List of Heads of Government of Azerbaijan (1918–present)[өңдеу]

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Azerbaijan Democratic Republic (1918–1920)[өңдеу]

Prime Ministers
Prime Minister Term of office Political party Government Elected Ref
Portrait Name Took Office Left Office Days
rowspan=2 style="background:Үлгі:Independent/meta/color;"| 1 Khoysky.jpeg Fatali Khan Khoyski
Fətəli-xan Xoyski
(1875–1920)
28 May 1918 14 April 1919 Үлгі:age in days style="background:Үлгі:Independent/meta/color;"|Independent
1. Rasulzade I 1918 [1]
Won the Battle of Baku; removed the Centrocaspian Dictatorship from power in Baku; established a multi-party system; established of postal system of Azerbaijan; founded Azerbaijani manat; established Azerbaijani language in all schools and colleges.
rowspan=2 style="background:Үлгі:Musavat/meta/color;"| 2 Nesib bey Yusifbeyli (Mucadile. Birinci Hisse. Istiqlalin Beshiyi (2006)).JPG Nasib Yusifbeyli
Nəsib Yusifbəyli
(1881–1920)
28 May 1919 30 March 1920 Үлгі:age in days style="background:Үлгі:Musavat/meta/color;"|Musavat
2. Topchubashov I 1919 [2]
Established diplomatic ties between Azerbaijan Democratic Republic and Western world.
rowspan=2 style="background:Үлгі:Musavat/meta/color;"| — Mammad Hasan Hajinski.jpg Mammad Hasan Hajinski (acting)
Məmməd Hacınski
(1875–1931)
30 March 1920 28 April 1920 Үлгі:age in days style="background:Үлгі:Musavat/meta/color;"|Musavat
1920 [2]
Failed to slow down the advance of 11th Red Army on Azerbaijan Democratic Republic.

Transcaucasian Socialist Federative Soviet Republic (1922–1936) and Azerbaijan Soviet Socialist Republic (1936–1991)[өңдеу]

Chairmen of the Council of People's Commissars
Chairman Term of office Political party Government Elected Ref
Portrait Name Took Office Left Office Days
rowspan=2 style="background:Үлгі:Communist Party of the Russian Federation/meta/color;"| 1 Portrait photo of Nariman Narimanov taken in 1913.jpg Nariman Narimanov
Nəriman Nərimanov
(1870–1925)
28 April 1920 6 May 1922 Үлгі:age in days style="background:Үлгі:Communist Party of the Russian Federation/meta/color;"|Communist
(Bolsheviks)
1. Hüseynov I [3]
Tried to promote anticolonial program leading to native rule than to a means for the dominance of an industrial proletariat, which refused by Kremlin.
2 Azerbaijani students in Kyiv, 1913.jpg Gazanfar Musabekov
Qəzənfər Musabəyov
(1888–1938)
6 May 1922 14 March 1930 Үлгі:age in days Communist
2. Kirov I [4]
During the Great Purge, he was arrested, accused of plotting against the Soviet state, sentenced to death and executed.
3 Dadash Bunyadzade
Dadaş Bünyadzadə
(1888–1938)
14 March 1930 23 October 1932 Үлгі:age in days Communist
3. Polonski I
During the Great Purge, he was arrested, accused of plotting against the Soviet state, sentenced to death and executed.
4 Mir Jafar Baghirov
Mir Cəfər Bağırov
(1896–1956)
23 October 1932 12 December 1933 Үлгі:age in days Communist
4. Polonski I [5]
Followed Stalin's orders without question; Purged Azerbaijani intelligentsia, communist leaders who had sympathized with the opposition or who might have once leaned toward Pan-Turkism.
5 Huseyn Rahmanov
Hüseyn Rəhmanov
(1902–1937)
12 December 1933 22 August 1937 Үлгі:age in days Communist
5. Bağırov I [6]
During the Great Purge, he was arrested, accused of plotting against the Soviet state, sentenced to death and executed.
6 Teymur Guliyev
Teymur Quliyev
(1888–1965)
13 November 1937 28 March 1946 Үлгі:age in days Communist
6. Bağırov I [7]
Followed Mir Jafar Baghirov's orders without question; Purged Azerbaijani intelligentsia, communist leaders who had sympathized with the opposition or who might have once leaned toward Pan-Turkism.
Chairmen of the Council of Ministers
Chairman Term of office Political party Government Elected Ref
Portrait Name Took Office Left Office Days
1 Teymur Guliyev
Teymur Quliyev
(1888–1965)
28 March 1946 6 April 1953 Үлгі:age in days Communist
1. Bağırov I [8]
2 Mir Jafar Baghirov
Mir Cəfər Bağırov
(1896–1956)
6 April 1953 20 July 1953 Үлгі:age in days Communist
2. Yaqubov I [8]
Followed Stalin's orders without question; Purged Azerbaijani intelligentsia, communist leaders who had sympathized with the opposition or who might have once leaned toward Pan-Turkism.
3 Teymur Guliyev
Teymur Quliyev
(1888–1965)
20 July 1953 1 March 1954 Үлгі:age in days Communist
3. Yaqubov I [8]
Expelled from Communist Party of Azerbaijan for gross violations of social legitimacy and actively promoting crimes of Mir Jafar Baghirov.
4 Sadig Rahimov
Sadıq Rəhimov
(1914–1975)
1 March 1954 8 July 1958 Үлгі:age in days Communist
4. Mustafayev I [9]
Restored Azerbaijani language as the official language of the Azerbaijan SSR.
5 Vali Akhundov
Vəli Axundov
(1916–1986)
8 July 1958 10 July 1959 Үлгі:age in days Communist
5. Mustafayev I [10]
6 Mammad Isgandarov
Məmməd İsgəndərov
(1915–1985)
10 July 1959 29 December 1961 Үлгі:age in days Communist
6. Axundov I [8]
7 Anvar Alikhanov
Ənvər Əlixanov
(1917–1992)
29 December 1961 10 April 1970 Үлгі:age in days Communist
7. Axundov I [8]
8 Ali Ibrahimov
Əli İbrahimov
(1913–1985)
10 April 1970 22 January 1981 Үлгі:age in days Communist
8. H.Əliyev I [8]
Temporarily improved economic conditions and promoted alternative industries to the declining oil industry.
9 Hasan Sayidov
Həsən Seyidov
(1932–2004)
22 January 1981 27 January 1989 Үлгі:age in days Communist
9. H.Əliyev I [8]
10 Ayaz Mutalibov 1992.jpg Ayaz Mutallibov
Ayaz Mütəllibov
(1938–)
27 January 1989 26 January 1990 Үлгі:age in days Communist
10. Vəzirov I [11]
Black January.
11 Złożenie listów uwierzytelniających przez ambasadora Azerbejdżanu (1).jpg Hasan Hasanov
Həsən Həsənov
(1940–)
26 January 1990 7 February 1991 Үлгі:age in days Communist
11. Mütəllibov I [12]

Republic of Azerbaijan (1991–present)[өңдеу]

Prime Ministers
Prime Minister Term of office Political party Government Elected Ref
Portrait Name Took Office Left Office Days
rowspan=2 style="background:Үлгі:Independent/meta/color;"| 1 Złożenie listów uwierzytelniających przez ambasadora Azerbejdżanu (1).jpg Hasan Hasanov
Həsən Həsənov
(1940–)
7 February 1991 4 April 1992 Үлгі:age in days style="background:Үлгі:Independent/meta/color;"|Independent
1. Mütəllibov I [13]
Made a deal with the Popular Front of Azerbaijan inviting them to form a coalition within the newly established government.
rowspan=2 style="background:Үлгі:Independent/meta/color;"| — Firuz Mustafayev (acting)
Firuz Mustafayev
4 April 1992 14 May 1992 Үлгі:age in days style="background:Үлгі:Independent/meta/color;"|Independent
[14]
rowspan=2 style="background:Үлгі:Independent/meta/color;"| 2 Rahim Huseynov
Rəhim Hüseynov
(1936–)
14 May 1992 30 January 1993 Үлгі:age in days style="background:Үлгі:Independent/meta/color;"|Independent
1. Mütəllibov I [15]
During his term in office, Gross national product fell by 20%.
rowspan=2 style="background:Үлгі:Azerbaijani Popular Front Party/meta/color;"| — Ali Masimov (acting)
Əli Məsimov
(1953–)
5 February 1993 28 April 1993 Үлгі:age in days style="background:Үлгі:Azerbaijani Popular Front Party/meta/color;"|Azerbaijani Popular Front Party
1. Elçibəy I [16]
Authored the Azerbaijan Economic Progress Program and Main policies of Cabinet of Ministers program; Laid the foundation of Azerbaijan's Economic Independence Concepts and Agricultural Reforms Program; Established the Assistance Fund for Refugees and IDPs.
rowspan=2 style="background:Үлгі:Azerbaijani Popular Front Party/meta/color;"| 3 Panah Huseynov
Pənah Hüseynov
(1957–)
28 April 1993 30 June 1993 Үлгі:age in days style="background:Үлгі:Azerbaijani Popular Front Party/meta/color;"|Azerbaijani Popular Front Party
3. Elçibəy I [17]
rowspan=2 style="background:Үлгі:Military/meta/color;"| 4 Surat Huseynov
Surət Hüseynov
(1959–)
30 June 1993 7 October 1994 Үлгі:age in days style="background:Үлгі:Military/meta/color;"|Military
4. H.Əliyev II
Attempted a coup d'état, supported by the military, against Heydar Aliyev, which was immediately suppressed.
rowspan=2 style="background:Үлгі:New Azerbaijan Party/meta/color;"| 5 Fuad Guliyev
Fuad Quliyev
(1941–)
7 October 1994 20 July 1996 Үлгі:age in days style="background:Үлгі:New Azerbaijan Party/meta/color;"|New Azerbaijan Party
5. H.Əliyev II [18]
Declared Sumgait a free economic zone and signed a contract with foreign oil companies for exploration, development and production at Karabakh oil field.
rowspan=2 style="background:Үлгі:New Azerbaijan Party/meta/color;"| 6 W drugim dniu wizyty w Azerbejdżanie Prezydent Lech Kaczyński spotkał się z premierem Rasi-Zadem.jpg Artur Rasizade
Artur Rasi-zadə
(1935–)
20 July 1996 4 August 2003 Үлгі:age in days style="background:Үлгі:New Azerbaijan Party/meta/color;"|New Azerbaijan Party
6. H.Əliyev II
rowspan=2 style="background:Үлгі:New Azerbaijan Party/meta/color;"| 7 Ilham Aliyev par Claude Truong-Ngoc juin 2014.jpg Ilham Aliyev
İlham Əliyev
(1961–)
4 August 2003 4 November 2003 Үлгі:age in days style="background:Үлгі:New Azerbaijan Party/meta/color;"|New Azerbaijan Party
7. H.Əliyev II
rowspan=2 style="background:Үлгі:New Azerbaijan Party/meta/color;"| 8 W drugim dniu wizyty w Azerbejdżanie Prezydent Lech Kaczyński spotkał się z premierem Rasi-Zadem.jpg Artur Rasizade
Artur Rasi-zadə
(1935–)
4 November 2003 Incumbent Үлгі:age in days style="background:Үлгі:New Azerbaijan Party/meta/color;"|New Azerbaijan Party
8. İ.Əliyev I

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