List of heads of government of Andorra

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Prime Minister of the
Principality of Andorra
Cap de Govern del Principat d'Andorra
Coat of Arms of the high authorities of Andorra.svg
Xavier Espot Zamora Andorra Estonia (cropped).jpg
Incumbent
Xavier Espot Zamora
since 16 May 2019
Member of Executive Council
Appointer General Council of Andorra
Term length Four years,
renewable
Formation8 January 1982
First holder Òscar Ribas Reig
Salary€71,000 annually [1]
Website www.govern.ad

The head of government of the Principality of Andorra (Catalan : Cap de Govern del Principat d'Andorra), alternatively known as the prime minister of Andorra, is the chief executive of the government of Andorra. They are appointed by the General Council. The position was created in 1982 after constitutional reforms separated the executive and legislative powers. Òscar Ribas Reig was elected as the country's first prime minister on 4 January 1982. [2] The current prime minister is Xavier Espot Zamora, who has been in office since 16 May 2019. [3]

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Prime ministers of Andorra (1982–present)

No.PortraitName
(Born-Died)
ElectedTerm of officePolitical Party
Took officeLeft officeTime in office
1 Oscar Ribas Reig, prime minister.jpg Òscar Ribas Reig
(1936–2020)
1981 8 January 198221 May 19842 years, 134 days Independent
2 Josep Pintat-Solans, Head of Government of the Principality of Andorra.jpg Josep Pintat-Solans
(1925–2007)
1985 21 May 198412 January 19905 years, 236 days Independent
(1) Oscar Ribas Reig, prime minister.jpg Òscar Ribas Reig
(1936–2020)
1989
1992
1993
12 January 19907 December 19944 years, 326 days National Democratic Group
3 Marc Forne Molne, Head of Government of the Principality of Andorra.jpg Marc Forné Molné
(born 1946)
1997
2001
7 December 199427 May 200510 years, 174 days Liberal Party
4 A. Pintat.jpg Albert Pintat
(born 1943)
2005 27 May 20055 June 20094 years, 9 days Liberal Party
5 Roda de premsa consellera Mar Serna - cap de Govern d'Andorra Jaume Bartumeu 01.jpg Jaume Bartumeu
(born 1954)
2009 5 June 200928 April 20111 year, 327 days Social Democratic Party
Pere Lopez Agras 2017.jpg Pere López Agràs
(born 1971)
Acting
28 April 201112 May 201114 days Social Democratic Party
6 Antoni Marti (2011).jpg Antoni Martí
(born 1963)
2011 12 May 201123 March 20153 years, 315 days Democrats for Andorra
Gilbert Saboya Sunye (cropped).jpg Gilbert Saboya Sunyé
(born 1966)
Acting
23 March 20151 April 20159 days Democrats for Andorra
(6) Antoni Marti (2011).jpg Antoni Martí
(born 1963)
2015 1 April 201516 May 20194 years, 45 days Democrats for Andorra
7 Xavier Espot Zamora Andorra Estonia (cropped).jpg Xavier Espot Zamora
(born 1979)
2019 16 May 2019Incumbent3 years, 234 days Democrats for Andorra

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  2. Nohlen D & Stöver P (2010) Elections in Europe: A data handbook, p160 ISBN   978-3-8329-5609-7
  3. "Xavier Espot jura el càrrec de cap de Govern". www.govern.ad (in Catalan). Retrieved 19 May 2019.