Prime Minister of Andorra

Head of Government of the
Principality of Andorra
Cap de Govern del Principat d'Andorra
Coat of arms of Andorra
Incumbent
Antoni Martí
Appointer General Council of Andorra
Term length Four years, renewable
Inaugural holder Òscar Ribas Reig
Formation 8 January 1982
Website www.govern.ad

The Head of Government of the Principality of Andorra (Catalan: Cap de Govern del Principat d'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 executive and legislative power. Òscar Ribas Reig was elected as the country's first Head of Government on 4 January 1982.[1] The current Head of Government is Antoni Martí, who has been in office since 12 May 2011.

Heads of Government of Andorra (1982–Present)

# Name
(Birth–Death)
Tenure Political Affiliation
Took Office Left Office
1 Òscar Ribas Reig
(1936– )
8 January 1982 21 May 1984 Independent
2 Josep Pintat-Solans
(1925–2007)
21 May 1984 12 January 1990 Independent
(1) Òscar Ribas Reig
(1936– )
12 January 1990 7 December 1994 National Democratic Group
3 Marc Forné Molné
(1946– )
7 December 1994 27 May 2005 Liberal Party
4 Albert Pintat
(1943– )
27 May 2005 5 June 2009 Liberal Party
style="background:; color:white"| 5 Jaume Bartumeu
(1954– )
5 June 2009 28 April 2011 Social Democratic Party
style="background:; color:white"| – Pere López Agràs
(1971– )
Acting
28 April 2011 12 May 2011 Social Democratic Party
6 Antoni Martí
(1963– )
12 May 2011 Incumbent Democrats for Andorra

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