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(Dates in italics indicate de facto continuation of office)

Tenure Incumbent Affiliation Notes
Republic of Dahomey Autonomous
4 December 1958 to 1 August 1960 René Tirant, High Commissioner
1 August 1960 to 31 December 1960 Coutoucou Hubert Maga, Head of State RDD
Republic of Dahomey
(République de Dahomé)
Independent from France
31 December 1960 to 27 October 1963 Coutoucou Hubert Maga, President RDD 1st Term
27 October 1963 to 28 October 1963 Provisional Government:-
Coutoucou Hubert Maga, Head of the Provisional Government RDD
Sourou-Migan Apithy PRD
Justin Ahomadegbé-Tomêtin UDD
28 October 1963 to 25 January 1964 General Christophe Soglo, Head of the Provisional Government Mil 1st Term
25 January 1964 to 27 November 1965 Sourou-Migan Apithy, President PD Forced to resign by Gen.Christophe Soglo
27 November 1965 to 29 November 1965 Justin Ahomadegbé-Tomêtin, acting President PD 1st Term
29 November 1965 to 22 December 1965 Tahirou Congacou, acting President PD
22 December 1965 to 19 December 1967 General Christophe Soglo, President Mil 2nd Term
19 December 1967 to 20 December 1967 Jean-Baptiste Hachème, Chairman of the Revolutionary Committee Mil
20 December 1967 to 21 December 1967 Lieutenant-Colonel Iropa Maurice Kouandété, Head of State Mil 1st Term
21 December 1967 to 17 July 1968 Alphonse Amadou Alley, Head of State Mil
17 July 1968 to 10 December 1969 Émile Derlin Henri Zinsou, President Nominated by the military regime; deposed
10 December 1969 to 13 December 1969 Major Iropa Maurice Kouandété, Chief-of-Staff of the Army Mil 2nd Term
13 December 1969 to 7 May 1970 Paul-Émile de Souza, Chairman of the Directory Mil
7 May 1970 to 7 May 1972 Major Coutoucou Hubert Maga, Chairman of the Presidential Council RDD 2nd Term; Presidential Council formed after Presidential elections abandoned
   Sourou-Migan Apithy PD
   Justin Ahomadegbé-Tomêtin PD
7 May 1972 to 26 October 1972 Justin Ahomadegbé-Tomêtin, Chairman of the Presidential Council PD 2nd Term; deposed
26 October 1972 to 30 November 1975 Major Mathieu Kérékou, President Mil/PRPB 1st Term
People’s Republic of Benin  (République populaire du Benin)
30 November 1975 to 29 September 1980 General Mathieu Kérékou, President Mil/PRPB 1st Term (contd.); changed name to Ahmed Kérékou on conversion to Islam
29 September 1980 to c.1990 General Ahmed Kérékou, President of the Military Revolutionary Government and Head of State 1st Term (contd.); previously named Mathieu Kérékou; shortly thereafter reportedly a Born-again Christian once again using Mathieu Kérékou; sometime Brigadier-General; re-elected 31 July 1984
c.1990 to 1 March 1990 General Mathieu Kérékou, President and Head of the Armed Forces 1st Term (contd.)
Republic of Benin  (République du Benin)
1 March 1990 to 4 April 1991 General Ahmed Mathieu Kérékou, President PPRB 1st Term (contd.)
4 April 1991 to 4 April 1996 Nicéphore Dieudonné Soglo, President PRB Inaugurated 4 April 1991
4 April 1996 to 6 April 2006 General Mathieu Ahmed Kérékou, President FARD 2nd Term; re-elected 22 March 2001; inaugurated 3 April 2001
6 April 2006 to present Thomas Yayi Boni, President n-p Inaugurated 6 April 2006

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FARD Front d'Action pour le Rénouveau et le Développement
            (Action for Renewal and Development) centrist
PD Parti Démocratique
            (Democratic Party) merger of PRD and UDD 1964
PRB Parti de la renaissance du Bénin
      (Benin Rebirth Party) centrist
UTRD Union pour le Triomphe du Renouvellement Démocratique
            (Union for the Triumph of the Democratic Renewal)
PRD Parti du Rénouveau Démocratique
            (Democratic Renewal Party)
PRPB Parti du Revolutionare Popular du Benin
            (Popular Revolutionary Party of Benin) communist, only legal party 1979-1990
RDD Rassemblement Démocratique du Dahomé
            (Dahomey Democratic Rally)
UDD Union Démocratique du Dahomé
            (Dahomey Democratic Union)
Mil Military
n-p non-partisan
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