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List of heads of state of Tanzania

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This is a list of the heads of state of Tanzania, from the independence of Tanganyika in 1961 to the present day.

From 1961 to 1962 the head of state under the Tanganyika Independence Act 1961 was the queen of Tanganyika, Elizabeth II, who was also the monarch of the United Kingdom and the other Commonwealth realms. The monarch was represented in Tanganyika by a governor-general. Tanganyika became a republic under the Constitution of 1962 and the monarch and governor-general were replaced by an executive president. After the Zanzibar Revolution in 1964, the People's Republic of Zanzibar and Pemba united with mainland Tanganyika to form the United Republic of Tanganyika and Zanzibar, which was later renamed to the United Republic of Tanzania.

Monarch (1961–1962)

The succession to the throne was the same as the succession to the British throne.

No. Portrait Monarch
(Birth–Death)
Reign Royal House Prime Minister(s)
Reign start Reign end Duration
1
Queen Elizabeth II 1959 (cropped).jpg
Queen Elizabeth II
(1926–)
9 December 1961 9 December 1962 1 year Windsor Nyerere
Kawawa

Governor-general

The governor-general was the representative of the monarch in Tanganyika and exercised most of the powers of the monarch. The governor-general was appointed for an indefinite term, serving at the pleasure of the Monarch. After the passage of the Statute of Westminster 1931, the governor-general was appointed solely on the advice of the Cabinet of Tanganyika without the involvement of the British government. In the event of a vacancy the chief justice served as Officer Administering the Government.

Status
  Denotes Chief Justice acting as Officer Administering the Government
No. Portrait Governor-General
(Birth–Death)
Term of office Monarch Prime Minister(s)
Took office Left office Time in office
1
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Sir Richard Turnbull
(1909–1998)
9 December 1961 9 December 1962 1 year Elizabeth II Nyerere
Kawawa

President of Tanganyika

Under the 1962 Constitution, the first constitution of the Republic of Tanganyika, the president replaced the Monarch as executive head of state. In the event of a vacancy the speaker of the National Assembly served as acting president.

Status
  Denotes Speaker of the National Assembly acting as President
No. Portrait President
(Birth–Death)
Elected Term of office Political party
Took office Left office Time in office
1
Julius Nyerere cropped.jpg
Julius Nyerere
(1922–1999)
1962 9 December 1962 29 October 1964 1 year, 325 days Tanganyika African National Union

President of Tanzania

Under the 1964 Constitution, the first constitution of the United Republic of Tanzania, the president replaced the president of Tanganyika and the president of Zanzibar as executive head of state. The president was elected by a yes-or-no confirmation referendum for a five-year term after being nominated by a TANU/CCM electoral college. Following the restoration of multi-party system in 1992, multi-candidate elections were introduced in 1995, with the president elected via First-past-the-post voting[1]. In the event of a vacancy the vice-president serves as acting president.

President John Magufuli takes a monthly salary of 9 million Tanzanian shillings (approximately USD $4,000).[2]

Status
  Denotes Vice-President acting as President
No. Portrait President
(Birth–Death)
Elected Term of office Political party Prime Minister(s)
Took office Left office Time in office
1
Julius Nyerere cropped.jpg
Julius Nyerere
(1922–1999)
1965
1970
1975
1 November 1964 5 November 1985 21 years, 4 days Tanganyika African National Union Kawawa
1980 Chama Cha Mapinduzi[a] Kawawa
Sokoine
Msuya
Sokoine
Salim
2
Ali Hassan Mwinyi 2007-01-23.jpg
Ali Hassan Mwinyi
(1925–)
1985
1990
5 November 1985 23 November 1995 10 years, 18 days Chama Cha Mapinduzi Warioba
Malecela
Msuya
3
Benjamin William Mkapa.jpg
Benjamin Mkapa
(1938–2020)
1995
2000
23 November 1995 21 December 2005 10 years, 28 days Chama Cha Mapinduzi Msuya
Sumaye
4
Jakaya Kikwete.jpg
Jakaya Kikwete
(1950–)
2005
2010
21 December 2005 5 November 2015 9 years, 319 days Chama Cha Mapinduzi Sumaye
Lowassa
Pinda
5
John Magufuli 2015.png
John Magufuli
(1959–)
2015 5 November 2015 Incumbent 5 years, 17 days Chama Cha Mapinduzi Majaliwa

Notes

  1. ^ Founded on 5 February 1977.

Standards

Living former heads of state

There are three living former Tanzanian heads of state:

Image Name Term/Reign Office Date of birth
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Elizabeth II 1961–1962 Queen of Tanganyika (1926-04-21) 21 April 1926 (age 94)
Ali Hassan Mwinyi 2007-01-23.jpg
Ali Hassan Mwinyi 1985–1995 President of Tanzania (1925-05-08) 8 May 1925 (age 95)
Jakaya Kikwete.jpg
Jakaya Kikwete 2005–2015 President of Tanzania (1950-10-07) 7 October 1950 (age 70)

References

  1. ^ Tanzania: Electoral system
  2. ^ Mohamed, Hamza (4 October 2017). "Tanzanian president earns $4,008 a month". Al Jazeera. Retrieved 25 April 2018.

External links

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