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List of Prime Ministers of Gabon

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Prime Minister of the
Gabonese Republic
Coat of arms of Gabon.svg
Incumbent
Julien Nkoghe Bekale

since 12 January 2019
AppointerAli Bongo Ondimba,
as President of Gabon
Inaugural holderLéon M'ba
Formation17 August 1960
Coat of arms of Gabon.svg
This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Gabon
Flag of Gabon.svg
Gabon portal

This is a list of Prime Ministers of Gabon since the formation of the post of Prime Minister in 1960, to the present day.

A total of eleven people have served as Prime Minister.

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Press the Bell Icon to Never miss a video from Testbook.com Hello friends and welcome to this video. Today’s video is about a Mnemonics trick. Which will help you remember, Tropic of cancer, Tropic of Capricorn and Equator pass through what all countries and what all states. I hope that you must have learnt Prime Ministers' and Presidents' Mnemonics tricks. In that video we discussed, how to memorize Presidents and Prime Ministers chronologically. - which President or Prime Minister was followed by which President or Prime Minister. If you have not watched those videos then click the 'i' button above or check the link to those videos in description. Ok, so today let’s start but before we start, please 'like' this video to indicate that you benefited from our previous videos Memory Trip videos. And you liked that video. So let's move ahead and take a look at the screen. So as you can see, we will learn the Indian states which 'Tropic of Cancer' crosses. Here you can see a mnemonic trick. Okay? "Mira’s JCB at GMT", so we will build a story around it first. You can see this girl here, this is 'Mira'. Mira owns a company of 'JCB'. Okay, Mira owns a company of 'JCB'. A JCB is used in making building and digging soil Mira owns a company of 'JCB'. So where is it? Greenwich Mean time is a Time Zone Based on that Time Zone, other time zones in the world are created. So it is called Greenwich Mean Time - GMT. Time zones for all the other countries are also calculated as '+' or '-' GMT. So, 'Greenwich Mean time' is marked at a certain location. On that location, MiRa's JCB is there. So the story is that MiRa's JCB at GMT. So from this we need to remember the list of states. So MiRa's 'Mi' is Mizoram. So Mizoram is one state. MiRa's Ra is Rajasthan. After that, comes 'JCB'. So, what is JCB? J = Jharkhand, C = Chhattisgarh, B = Bengal. MiRa, JCB MiRa, Mi = Mizoram, Ra = Rajasthan, J = Jharkhand, C = Chhattisgarh, B = Bengal. After that we come to GMT. So what does GMT stand for? In GMT, G = Gujarat, M = Madhya Pradesh and T = Tripura. Okay, so MiRa's JCB at GMT MiRa, Mi = Mizoram, Ra = Rajasthan, J = Jharkhand, C = Chhattisgarh, B = Bengal. Then come G = Gujarat, M = Madhya Pradesh and T = Tripura. So these are the states from which Tropic of Cancer passes, in India. What is the Sentence? "Mira’s JCB at GMT" This is a very simple sentence. If you memorize this sentence once then you will never forget the list of States from which Tropic of Cancer passes. Okay, "Mira’s JCB at GMT". So let's move ahead. So in this slide, we will learn Tropic of Cancer crosses through what all countries. First we memorized Tropic of Cancer crosses through what all states, which was "Mira’s JCB at GMT". Now we will memorize Tropic of Cancer crosses through what all countries. For that you need to remember this sentence, Mexico se Mumbai me Aane ke Liye Egg Should Open up In a Big Made in China Tumbler. The sentence is Mexico se Mumbai me Aane ke Liye Egg Should Open Up In a Big Made in China Tumbler. All these words are important, you need to remember these. So 'Mexico' is one country in itself. the 'S' in 'Se' is 'western SAHARA' (African) Mexico Se (S = Sahara). In 'Mumbai', 'M' is for Mauritania Then, 'me' has 'm' for Mali. In "Aane ke Liye", A = Algeria, Then, in 'Liye', L = Libya Eg in Egg is for Egypt. So Eg = Egypt In 'Should', 'S' = Saudi Arabia 'O' in 'Open' is for Oman Now 'U' in 'Up', U = UAE 'I' in India is for India. Then, 'B' in 'Big' is for Bangladesh. 'M' in 'Made in China' is for Myanmar China for China and 'T' in Tumbler is for 'Taiwan' Let's see the story once. Mexico se Mumbai me Aane ke Liye Egg Should Open Up In (India), In a Big Made in China Tumbler Let's go through the sentence again. Mexico se (Se = Western Sahara) Mumbai me = Mauritania, then Mali Mumbai me, Mauritania, Mali 'A' in Aane ke Liye, is for Algeria then 'Liye' is for Libya Egg = Egypt 'S' in Should = Saudi Arabia 'O' in 'Open' = Oman 'U' in 'Up' for UAE 'In' is for India Then 'B' in 'Big' is for Bangladesh. 'M' is for Myanmar. China is easy to remember. This sentence is a little complicated. You need to remember it with concentration. Once you memorize this sentence and countries, then you will be able to answer confidently. Let's go through the list once. Here it should be countries not states. Don't get confused here. Now let's see countries one by one. Mexico, Western Sahara, Mauritania, Mali, Algeria, Libya, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Oman, UAE, India, Bangladesh, Myanmar, China and Taiwan So let's move ahead But let's once again read the sentence before moving ahead. Mexico se Mumbai me Aane ke Liye Egg Should Open Up In a Big Made in China Tumbler. Now you can see the next slide. Here we will learn the Countries that Tropic of Capricorn cross. Earlier we learnt the countries and states through which Tropic of Cancer passes. So let's once revise the earlier list of states. MiRa's JCB at GMT. For Countries that Tropic of Cancer crosses, Mexico se Mumbai me Aane ke Liye Egg Should Open Up In a Big Made in China Tumbler. Now let's see Tropic of Capricorn crosses which countries. It's a very easy trick. The trick is CAB PNB se Mumbai Aai. Very simple. CAB PNB se Mumbai Aai. Like you can see here, this is cool cab PNB, you can remember as Punjab National Bank. CAB PNB se Mumbai Aai. From an x,y,z branch of PNB, a Cab came to Mumbai. CAB PNB se Mumbai Aai. So 'C' in 'Cab' stands for Chile. 'A' for Argentina. 'B' for Brazil. So it is Chile, Argentina and Brazil for CAB. So CAB is done, Chile, Argentina and Brazil. Now let's come to PNB. How to remember PNB? Paraguay, Namibia and Botswana Paraguay, Namibia, Botswana So what happened here, CAB PNB se Mumbai Aai. Cab is Chile, Argentina and Brazil. You can even try reciting it while watching this video. Chile, Argentina and Brazil PNB is Paraguay, Namibia and Botswana CAB PNB se Mumbai Aai. So CAB and PNB are covered For 'Se', we will remember it indicates South Africa. And Mumbai, denotes 2 different M. Mozambique and Madagascar. So since the spellings of Mumbai has two Ms, So Mozambique and Madagascar. So we will read the sentence once again. CAB PNB se Mumbai aayi. CAB is Chile, Argentina and Brazil. PNB is Paraguay, Namibia and Botswana. Se is for South Africa Two Ms of Mumbai are for Mozambique and Madagascar. In the end, Aai is for Australia. So, CAB PNB se Mumbai Aai CAB PNB se Mumbai Aai C = Chile, A = Argentina and B = Brazil. PNB is Paraguay, Namibia and Botswana. S = South Africa So since the spellings of Mumbai has two Ms, Mozambique and Madagascar. And then A = Australia. It will take a little hard work. Remember the countries, sentences and that's all you need to do! Let's move ahead. This is the last slide for the day. First of all we memorized, States and Countries crossed by Tropic of Cancer. Then we memorized Tropic of Capricorn crosses which countries. The first sentence was MiRa's JCB at GMT. Then there was Mexico se Mumbai me Aane ke Liye Egg Should Open Up in a Big Made in China Tumbler. Then the sentence was CAB PNB se Mumbai Aai. Now we need to remember what countries does Equator, zero degree, cross. So the trick is that ECB-UK-CGS I This might be a little difficult for you to remember. So we will build a story around it. English Cricket Board, UK wala CGS System use karta hai. If you watch cricket then you might know, Just like India plays from BCCI, Britain plays from ECB So this is what English Cricket Board's logo. You might have seen this ECB logo on their uniforms. English Cricket Board, UK wala CGS System use karta hai. Now what is CGS system? centimeter, grams and seconds. Like 'Pounds' system is used in the US to measure weight, in UK and India we use CGS system (centimeter, grams and seconds). So, ECB (English Cricket Board) uses UK wala CGS system. This is one sentence. So we will put countries in this sentence now. E = Ecuador C = Colombia (Cricket) B = Brazil (Board) English Cricket Board - Ecuador, Colombia and Brazil. Then comes 'UK' - Uganda and Kenya. English Cricket Board - Ecuador, Colombia and Brazil. Ecuador, Colombia and Brazil - ECB In UK, U = Uganda and K = Kenya Now we come to CGS. The C is for Rep. of Congo and Democratic Rep. of Congo So the Equator passes through Rep. of Congo and Democratic Rep. of Congo. The C in CGS denotes both the countries. Now let's come to G G is for Gabon and S stands for Somalia. E = Ecuador, C = Colombia, B = Brazil, Then, U = Uganda, K = Kenya C = Congo (both the Congo countries are covered here. ) Then comes G = Gibbon and then S = Somalia. In the end, the 'I' in 'hai' stands for Indonesia. So, ECB-UK-CGS I English Cricket Board, UK wala CGS System use karta hai. This covers, Ecuador, Columbia, Brazil, Uganda, Kenya, Congo, Gabon, Somalia and Indonesia. Sentence is ECB-UK-CGS I English Cricket Board, UK wala CGS System use karta hai. So this is the trick to memorize the countries that are crossed by Equator. So what did we memorize today? Which states and countries are crossed by Tropic of Cancer, Tropic of Capricorn and Equator. So these were Georgaphy related memory tricks. To get more such tricks then do comment below. Today's lesson was a little difficult but a little revision will help you remember this trick easily. Then you can use it anywhere anytime in any exam! Share this trick with your friends Share this video It will help you remember this trick even more thoroughly! Like this video and in do comment with your more suggestions on memory trick videos. Subscribe to Testbook's YouTube channel. Do click the Bell Icon and don't forget to comment. And keep coming back for more! Thanks for watching this video.

Contents

Description of the office

The President of the Republic nominates the Prime Minister.[1]

The President may terminate the Prime Minister’s post, of his own initiative or by the Prime Minister’s presentation of his or her resignation from the Government, or following a vote of disapproval or the adoption of a motion of censure by the National Assembly.[1]

By proposal, the Prime Minister may nominate other members of the Government and terminate their posts.[1]

The Prime Minister may stand in for the President by express authorization and for a determined agenda.[2]

Within forty-five (45) days, after the nomination and deliberation of the Council of Ministers, the Prime Minister will present before the National Assembly his or her general policy program that will lead to an open debate, followed by a vote of confidence. The vote is obtained by an absolute majority of the members of the National Assembly.[3]

The Prime Minister directs the actions of the Government. He or she assures the execution of the laws. According to the conditions of Article 20 mentioned above, the Prime Minister exercises regulatory power and nominates civil and military posts of the State. The Prime Minister stands in for the President of the Republic in the aforementioned situations. He or she may delegate certain powers to other members of Government.[4]

A replacement for the Prime Minister is assured by a member of the Government designated by a decree of the President of the Republic, according to the order of nomination of the decree that arranged the composition of the Government.[4]

The Minister taking over the duties of the Prime Minister in the interim is temporarily invested with the full rights and powers of the position.[4]

The actions of the Prime Minister are to be countersigned by the members of the Government charged with their execution.[4]

The Prime Minister is the Chief of Government.[5]

Key

Political parties
Other factions

List

No. Prime Minister
(Birth–Death)
Portrait Tenure Political affiliation President(s)
Took office Left office Time in office
1 Léon M'ba
(1902–1967)
Léon M'ba 1964.jpg
17 August 1960 21 February 1961 188 days BDG Himself
Post abolished (21 February 1961 – 16 April 1975)
2 Léon Mébiame
(1934–2015)
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16 April 1975 3 May 1990 15 years, 17 days PDG O. Bongo Ondimba
3 Casimir Oyé-Mba
(1942–)
No image.png
3 May 1990 2 November 1994 4 years, 183 days Independent O. Bongo Ondimba
4 Paulin Obame-Nguema
(1934–)
No image.png
2 November 1994 23 January 1999 4 years, 82 days PDG O. Bongo Ondimba
5 Jean-François Ntoutoume Emane
(1939–)
No image.png
23 January 1999 20 January 2006 6 years, 362 days PDG O. Bongo Ondimba
6 Jean Eyeghé Ndong
(1946–)
No image.png
20 January 2006 17 July 2009 3 years, 178 days PDG O. Bongo Ondimba
Divungi Di Ndinge
Rogombé
7 Paul Biyoghé Mba
(1953–)
No image.png
17 July 2009 27 February 2012 2 years, 225 days PDG Rogombé
A. Bongo Ondimba
8 Raymond Ndong Sima
(1955–)
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27 February 2012 27 January 2014 1 year, 334 days PDG A. Bongo Ondimba
9 Daniel Ona Ondo
(1945–)
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27 January 2014 28 September 2016 2 years, 245 days PDG A. Bongo Ondimba
10 Emmanuel Issoze-Ngondet
(1961–)
Emmanuel Issoze-Ngondet.jpg
28 September 2016 12 January 2019[a] 2 years, 104 days PDG A. Bongo Ondimba
11 Julien Nkoghe Bekale
(1958–)
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12 January 2019 Incumbent 66 days PDG A. Bongo Ondimba

Notes

  1. ^ Replaced in the aftermath of the 2019 coup d'état attempt.

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c Article 15 of the Constitution of 1991.
  2. ^ Article 22 of the Constitution of 1991.
  3. ^ Article 28a of the Constitution of 1991.
  4. ^ a b c d Article 29 of the Constitution of 1991.
  5. ^ Article 31 of the Constitution of 1991.

External links

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