Ààrẹ ilẹ̀ Làìbéríà

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(Àtúnjúwe láti President of Liberia)
Lọ sí: atọ́ka, àwárí
Ààrẹ Làìbéríà
Coat of arms of Liberia.svg
Incumbent
Ellen Johnson Sirleaf

since January 16, 2006
Style Madame President
(Informal)
Her Excellency
(Formal)
Residence Executive Mansion
Term length Six years, renewable once
Inaugural holder Joseph Jenkins Roberts
January 3, 1848
Formation Constitution of Liberia
July 26, 1847
Website http://www.emansion.gov.lr/
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Parties

      None       Republican Party       True Whig Party       National Democratic Party       National Patriotic Party       Unity Party

# President Took office Left office Party Vice President(s)
1 Joseph Jenkins Roberts Joseph Jenkins Roberts.jpg January 3, 1848 January 7, 1856 none
(Republican policies)
Stephen Allen Benson
2 Stephen Allen Benson Stephen Benson2.jpg January 7, 1856 January 4, 1864 none
(Republican policies)
Beverley Yates
3 Daniel Bashiel Warner Daniel Warner2.jpg January 4, 1864 January 6, 1868 Republican Party James M. Priest
4 James Spriggs Payne James Payne2.jpg January 6, 1868 January 3, 1870 Republican Party Vacant
5 Edward James Roye Edward James Roye2.jpg January 3, 1870 October 26, 1871[A] True Whig Party James Skivring Smith
6 James Skivring Smith[1] James Skivring Smith2.jpg November 4, 1871 January 1, 1872 True Whig Party Anthony W. Gardiner
7 Joseph Jenkins Roberts (2nd term) Joseph Jenkins Roberts.jpg January 1, 1872 January 3, 1876 Republican Party Anthony W. Gardiner
8 James Spriggs Payne (2nd term) James Payne2.jpg January 3, 1876 January 7, 1878 Republican Party Vacant
9 Anthony W. Gardiner Gardiner2.jpg January 7, 1878 January 20, 1883[R] True Whig Party Alfred Francis Russell
10 Alfred Francis Russell Alfred Russell2.jpg January 20, 1883 January 7, 1884 True Whig Party Vacant
11 Hilary R. W. Johnson Hilary Johnson2.jpg January 7, 1884 January 4, 1892 True Whig Party Vacant
12 Joseph James Cheeseman Joseph Cheeseman2.jpg January 4, 1892 November 12, 1896[D] True Whig Party William D. Coleman
13 William D. Coleman William Coleman2.jpg November 12, 1896 December 11, 1900[R] True Whig Party J. J. Ross
14 Garreston W. Gibson Garretson Gibson2.jpg December 11, 1900 January 4, 1904 True Whig Party Vacant
15 Arthur Barclay January 4, 1904 January 1, 1912 True Whig Party J. J. Dossen
16 Daniel Edward Howard Daniel Edward Howard.jpg January 1, 1912 January 5, 1920 True Whig Party Vacant
17 Charles D. B. King CBD King of Liberia.jpg January 5, 1920 December 3, 1930[R] True Whig Party Samuel Alfred Ross
Henry Too Wesley
Allen Yancy
18 Edwin Barclay Edwin Barclay portrait.jpg December 3, 1930 January 3, 1944 True Whig Party Vacant
19 William Tubman William Tubman 1943.jpg January 3, 1944 July 23, 1971[D] True Whig Party Clarence Lorenzo Simpson
William R. Tolbert, Jr.
20 William R. Tolbert, Jr. William R. Tolbert, Jr..JPG July 23, 1971 April 12, 1980[A] True Whig Party James Edward Greene
Bennie Dee Warner
21 Samuel Doe[2] Samuel Kanyon Doe - Liberian.jpg January 6, 1986 September 9, 1990[A] National Democratic Party of Liberia Harry Moniba
22 Charles Taylor August 2, 1997 August 11, 2003[R] National Patriotic Party Enoch Dogolea
Moses Blah
23 Moses Blah August 11, 2003 October 14, 2003[R] National Patriotic Party Vacant
24 Ellen Johnson Sirleaf Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf3.jpg January 16, 2006 Incumbent Unity Party Joseph Boakai
  • Left office early:
[A] Assassinated in a coup d'etat.
[D] Died in office of natural causes.
[R] Resigned.



Itokasi[àtúnṣe | àtúnṣe àmìọ̀rọ̀]

  1. There has been some confusion as to whether Smith actually served as President of Liberia following the removal of Edward James Roye from office. However, evidence does show that Smith did in fact serve as president from the time of Roye's departure until the inauguration of Joseph Jenkins Roberts.[1]
  2. Despite the fact that Doe assumed power immediately after the execution of William R. Tolbert, Jr. on April 12, 1980, he was not in fact sworn in as president until January 6, 1986.[2]