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List of Prime Ministers of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

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Prime Minister of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
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Ralph Gonsalves.jpg
Incumbent
Ralph Gonsalves

since 29 March 2001
Style The Honourable
Term length Five years
Inaugural holder Milton Cato
Formation 27 October 1979
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This page contains a list of Prime Ministers of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.

Chief Ministers of Saint Vincent (1956–1969)[edit]

Incumbent
(Birth–Death)
Portrait Tenure Political affiliation
Took office Left office
1 Ebenezer Joshua
(1908–1991)
No image.png 1956 19 May 1967   People's Political Party
2 Milton Cato
(1915–1997)
Milton Cato.png 19 May 1967 27 October 1969   Saint Vincent Labour Party

Premiers of Saint Vincent (1969–1979)[edit]

Incumbent
(Birth–Death)
Portrait Tenure Political affiliation
Took office Left office
1 Milton Cato
(1915–1997)
(1st time)
Milton Cato.png 27 October 1969 April 1972   Saint Vincent Labour Party
2 James Fitz-Allen Mitchell
(1931–)
Sir James Mitchell SVG.png April 1972 8 December 1974   New Democratic Party
(1) Milton Cato
(1915–1997)
(2nd time)
Milton Cato.png 8 December 1974 27 October 1979   Saint Vincent Labour Party

Prime Ministers of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (1979–present)[edit]

Incumbent
(Birth–Death)
Portrait Tenure Political affiliation
Took office Left office
1 Milton Cato
(1915–1997)
Milton Cato.png 27 October 1979 30 July 1984   Saint Vincent Labour Party
2 Sir James Fitz-Allen Mitchell
(1931–)
Sir James Mitchell SVG.png 30 July 1984 27 October 2000   New Democratic Party
3 Arnhim Eustace
(1944–)
Arnhim Eustace.jpg 27 October 2000 29 March 2001   New Democratic Party
4 Ralph Gonsalves
(1946–)
Ralph Gonsalves.jpg 29 March 2001 Incumbent   Unity Labour Party

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