Prime Minister of the State of Palestine

Head of the Government

The prime minister of the State of Palestine is the head of government of the State of Palestine. The post was created in January 2013, when the Palestinian National Authority was officially renamed[2] into the State of Palestine.

Prime Minister of the State of Palestine
رئيس وزراء دولة فلسطين
Incumbent
Mohammad Mustafa

since 31 March 2024
Palestinian government
StyleHis Excellency
AppointerThe President
Term length4 years
PrecursorPrime Minister of the PNA
Formation6 January 2013
First holderSalam Fayyad
Salary48,000 USD annually[1]


List of Prime Ministers of the State of Palestine (2013–present)
No. Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Term Political party
Took office Left office Duration
1
Salam Fayyad
Salam Fayyad
(born 1951)
6 January 20136 June 2013151 daysThird Way
2
Rami Hamdallah[3][4][5]
Rami Hamdallah[3][4][5]
(born 1958)
6 June 201314 April 2019[a]5 years, 312 daysIndependent
3
Mohammad Shtayyeh[6]
Mohammad Shtayyeh[6]
(born 1959)
14 April 201931 March 20244 years, 352 daysFatah
4
Mohammad Mustafa[7]
Mohammad Mustafa[7]
(born 1954)
31 March 2024present14 daysIndependent


Notes change

  1. Resigned on 23 June 2013; reappointed on 19 September 2013 and 2 June 2014.

References change

  1. "قانون مكافآت ورواتب أعضاء المجلس التشريعي وأعضاء الحكومة والمحافظين رقم (11) لسنة 2004 - مركز المعلومات الوطني الفلسطيني". info.wafa.ps.
  2. https://www.algemeiner.com/2013/01/04/abbas-signs-decree-to-change-pa-name-to-%E2%80%98state-of-palestine%E2%80%99/
  3. "Abbas accepts resignation of Palestinian PM Rami Hamdallah". BBC. 23 June 2013. Retrieved 23 June 2013.
  4. "Palestinian unity government sworn in by Mahmoud Abbas". BBC. 2 June 2014. Retrieved 5 June 2014.
  5. "Abbas names new Palestinian prime minister". Al Jazeera English. 2 June 2013. Retrieved 2 June 2013.
  6. Joe Dyke (10 March 2019). "Hamas further sidelined by appointment of new PA premier Shtayyeh". The Times of Israel. Retrieved 10 March 2019.
  7. "Mohammad Mustafa appointed Palestinian Prime Minister". The National. Abu Dhabi, UAE. 14 March 2024. Retrieved 9 April 2024.