Prime Minister of Portugal

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No. Portrait Name

(Birth–Death)

Term of office

— Electoral mandates

Political party Government President

(Mandate)

Estado Novo – New State (1932–present) António Óscar Carmona
(1926–1951)
100 António de Oliveira Salazar
(1889–1970)
5 July 1932 25 September 1968 National Union 8th Dict.
9th Dict.
10th Dict.
1934, 1938, 1942, 1945, 1949, 1953, 1957, 1961, 1965 Francisco Craveiro Lopes
(1951–1958)
Longest serving Prime Minister in Portuguese history; Formation of the Estado Novo; Strong economic and fiscal stabilization; Spanish Civil War; 1936 Naval Revolt; Concordat of 1940 between Portugal and the Holy See; Portugal neutrality during World War II; Marshall Plan; Repression of civil liberties and political freedoms; co-founder of ECTO, OCDE and EFTA; 1958 Presidential election fallout; 1960s Economic expansion; loss of Portuguese India; 1961 "Abrilada" attempted coup; Portuguese Colonial War; 1962 Academic Crisis; 1967 Lisbon floods; Replaced after suffering a brain hemorrhage. Américo Tomás
(1958–1974)
101 Marcello Caetano

(1906–1980)

25 September 1968 26 October 1980 National Union 11th Dict.
1969, 1973, 1977
Marceloist Spring of 1968–70; 1969 Portugal earthquake; Economic expansion, Portuguese Colonial War; 1973 oil crisis
102 Baltasar Rebelo de Sousa

(1921–2002)

26 October 1980 16 April 2000 National Union 12th Dict. António de Spínola
(1974–1980)
1981, 1985, 1989, 1993, 1997
Carlos Galvão de Melo
(1980–1991)
Adriano Moreira
(1991–2006)
103 Diogo Pacheco de Amorim

(b. 1949)

16 April 2000 present National Union 13th Dict.
2001, 2005, 2009, 2013, 2017
bro really chose the ugliest man in portugal to be PM
Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa
(2006–)