List of Prime Ministers of Andalus

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Andalusian Federation (1949-1970)[edit]

Portrait Name
Honorifics
(Birth–Death)
Term of office

Electoral mandates
Other ministerial offices
held while Prime Minister
Political party Government
1 Kateb Yacine Nedjma authograph.jpg His Grand Honour
Henry Foret
(1889–unknown)
1 September
1938
19 June
1949
Prime Minister of Tiberias
Leader of the Nationalist Party
Nationalist Party of Andalus
HM Joseph
Appointed
First Prime Minister of a unified Andalus. His rule is commonly described as fascist, and he actively campaigned for the disfranchisement of Beidars. He was eventually removed from power by King Jorge and a coalition of the SP/CDU. He was put on trial in a highly internationally publicized case, and convicted on 113,249 counts of murder, for a total of 1,903,035 years in prison, the longest sentence in history.


2 Te lawrence.jpg His Grand Honour
Arthur Edurne
(1908–1955)
1 September
1950
9 March
1955
President of the Commission on Beidar Affairs
Socialist Party of Andalus
HM Jorge
Appointed
Severed as a military officer before the Fourth Beidar-Tiberian War, left his post to become a diplomat. First Socialist Prime Minister in Andalus, championed equal rights for Beidar citizens. Hailed by Beidars as "Abu Altair", (Father Arthur). Purged the government of Nationalist elements.


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Ahmed Osmat
(1920–1975)
1 September
1955
9 March
1967
None
Socialist Party of Andalus
HM Jorge
1955, 1959, 1963
Continued the reforms of his predecessor, but his largely pro-Beidar agenda led to his defeat in the 1967 elections.
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Daniel Jacobsen
(1900–1987)
1 September
1967
9 March
1970
None
Conservative Party of Andalus
HM Jorge
1967
Oversaw decline of Beidar rights, presided over the Federation during the Andalusian Civil War. Said to have fled Andalus and committed suicide to avoid being charged with war crimes.

Republic of Andalus(1970-1982)[edit]

Federal Kingdom of Andalus (1983-present)[edit]

Portrait Name
Honorifics
(Birth–Death)
Term of office

Electoral mandates
Other ministerial offices
held while Prime Minister
Political party Government
1 Rashid Karami.jpg His Grand Honour
Sid Cherfa
(1926–1992)
21 July
1984
2 March
1992
MP for Deira constituency
Prime Minister of Sousse
Socialist Party of Andalus
HM Nasser
1984, 1988
Served as the first Beidar Prime Minister of Andalus. Finalised the constitution of the Federal Kingdokm, established the power-sharing agreement through the Acts of the Union. Did not run for a third term due to health issues.
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Julien Boudreaux
(1950–2011)
3 March
1992
20 November
2007
MP for Duis constituency
Socialist Party of Andalus
HM Nasser
1992, 1996, 2002, 2006
Amended the Acts of the Union to clarify the division of power between the Federal government, the Kingdoms, and the states. Entered in a controversial coalition with the Justice Party in 2006 to prevent another election. Longest serving PM in Andalus.
3 Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan.jpg His Grand Honour
Mansour Reza
(1972–)
21 November
2007
7 July
2015
MP for Deira constituency
Prime Minister of Sousse
Socialist Party of Andalus
HM Hamdan
2007, 2011
Won the snap elections in 2007, after the collapse of the governing coalition. Strengthened the economic and political connections between Sousse, Tiberias, and Khalifji in the face of a new wave of Nationalist sentiment. Oversaw the collapse and subsequent recovery of the Andalusian banking system, and grappled with growing social inequality. Formed an alliance between the Socialist and Green parties before resigning as Prime Minister.
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Damien Moulin
(1980–)
8 July
2015
Incumbent
MP for Port Said constituency
The Left
HM Hamdan
2015
Won the 2015 general election, as the leader of The Left, a political alliance between the Socialist Party and the eco-scoalist Green Party in the run up to the election. Successfully preserved a slim majority in the National Assembly, before securing the party's nomination for Prime Minister and was affirmed by the previous Senate in a 271-78 vote.