|Prime Minister of the Republic of South Ossetia|
|Appointer||President of South Ossetia|
|Inaugural holder||Oleg Teziev|
|Formation||28 November 1991|
The Prime Minister of the Republic of South Ossetia, officially known as the Chairman of the Government (Russian : Председатель Правительства), is the de facto head of government of the partially recognized Republic of South Ossetia that is de jure part of Georgia. This is a list of the de facto prime ministers of the Republic of South Ossetia.
|Term of office||Political party|
|Took office||Left office||Time in office|
|1|| Oleg Teziev |
|28 November 1991||October 1993||1 year, 10 months||Independent|
|2|| Gerasim Khugayev |
|October 1993||May 1994||7 months||Independent|
|3||Feliks Zassiev||May 1994||1995||0–1 year||Independent|
|4|| Vladislav Gabarayev |
|1995||24 September 1996||0–1 year||Independent|
|—|| Valeriy Hubulov |
Acting Prime Minister
|25 September 1996||2 December 1996||68 days||Independent|
|5|| Aleksandr Shavlokhov |
|2 December 1996||August 1998||1 year, 7 months||Independent|
|6|| Merab Chigoev |
|August 1998||6 June 2001||2 years, 10 months||Independent|
|7|| Dmitry Sanakoyev |
|14 June 2001||December 2001||5 months||Independent|
|(2)|| Gerasim Khugayev |
|December 2001||August 2003||1 year, 8 months||Unity Party|
|8|| Igor Sanakoyev |
|17 September 2003||May 2005||1 year, 7 months||Unity Party|
|—|| Zurab Kokoyev |
Acting Prime Minister
|May 2005||5 July 2005||2 months||Unity Party|
|9|| Yury Morozov |
|5 July 2005||17 August 2008||3 years, 43 days||Unity Party|
|—|| Boris Chochiev |
Acting Prime Minister
|17 August 2008||22 October 2008||66 days||Unity Party|
|10|| Aslanbek Bulatsev |
|22 October 2008||4 August 2009||286 days||Unity Party|
|11|| Vadim Brovtsev |
|5 August 2009||26 April 2012||2 years, 266 days||Unity Party|
|12|| Rostislav Khugayev |
|26 April 2012||20 January 2014||1 year, 269 days||Independent|
|13|| Domenty Kulumbegov |
|20 January 2014||16 May 2017||3 years, 116 days||Independent|
|14|| Erik Pukhayev |
|16 May 2017||29 August 2020||3 years, 105 days||Independent|
|15|| Gennady Bekoyev |
|29 August 2020||20 June 2022||1 year, 295 days||Independent|
|16|| Konstantin Dzhussoev |
|20 June 2022||Incumbent||4 days||Independent|
These are lists of incumbents, including heads of states or of subnational entities.
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