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President of French Polynesia

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President of French Polynesia

This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
French Polynesia

This is the list of Presidents of French Polynesia.

Presidents of the Government of French Polynesia
President Term Party
Gaston Flosse 14 September 1984 – 12 February 1987 Tahoera'a Huiraatira
Jacques Teuira 12 February 1987 – 9 December 1987 Tahoera'a Huiraatira
Alexandre Léontieff 9 December 1987 – 4 April 1991 Te Tiarama
Gaston Flosse 4 April 1991 – 27 February 2004 Tahoera'a Huiraatira
Presidents of French Polynesia
Gaston Flosse 27 February 2004 – 14 June 2004 Tahoera'a Huiraatira
Oscar Temaru 14 June 2004 – 23 October 2004 Tavini Huiraatira
Gaston Flosse 23 October 2004 – 3 March 2005 Tahoera'a Huiraatira
Oscar Temaru 3 March 2005 – 26 December 2006 Tavini Huiraatira
Gaston Tong Sang 26 December 2006 – 13 September 2007 Tahoera'a Huiraatira
Oscar Temaru 13 September 2007 – 23 February 2008 Tavini Huiraatira
Gaston Flosse 23 February 2008 – 15 April 2008 Tahoera'a Huiraatira
Gaston Tong Sang 15 April 2008 – 12 February 2009 O Porinetia To Tatou Ai'a
Oscar Temaru 12 February 2009 – 25 November 2009 Tavini Huiraatira
Gaston Tong Sang 25 November 2009 – 1 April 2011 O Porinetia To Tatou Ai'a
Oscar Temaru 1 April 2011 – 17 May 2013 Tavini Huiraatira
Gaston Flosse 17 May 2013 – 5 September 2014 Tahoera'a Huiraatira
Nuihau Laurey (acting) 5 – 12 September 2014 Tahoera'a Huiraatira
Édouard Fritch 12 September 2014 – Present Tahoera'a Huiraatira

See also

External links

  • Ben Cahoon (2000). "French Polynesia". Retrieved 2012-02-25. 
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