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Heads of Government of Jamaica
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  Andrew Holness
The Most Hon. Andrew HOLNESS
Prime Minister: 3 March 2016 - incumbent
Jamaica Labour Party
Biography | 2016 Inaugural Address | Administration
Former Heads of Government
  Sir Alexander Bustamante Sir Alexander BUSTAMANTE
Chief Minister: 5 May 1953 - 2 February 1955
Jamaica Labour Party
Biography
  Norman Manley Norman MANLEY
Chief Minister: 2 February 1955 - 1959; Premier: 1959 - 29 April 1962
People's National Party
Biography

Sir Alexander Bustamante Sir Alexander BUSTAMANTE
Prime Minister: 29 April 1962 - 23 February 1967
Jamaica Labour Party
Biography

Sir Donald Sangster Sir Donald SANGSTER
Prime Minister: 23 February 1967 - 11 April 1967
Jamaica Labour Party
Biography

Hugh Shearer Hugh SHEARER
Prime Minister: 11 April 1967 - 2 March 1972
Jamaica Labour Party
Biography

Michael Manley Michael MANLEY
Prime Minister: 2 March 1972 - 1 November 1980
People's National Party
Biography

Edward Seaga Edward SEAGA
Prime Minister: 11 April 1967 - 2 March 1972
Jamaica Labour Party
Biography

Michael Manley Michael MANLEY
Prime Minister: 10 February 1989 - 30 March 1992
People's National Party
Biography

P.J. Patterson P.J. PATTERSON
Prime Minister: 30 March 1992 - 30 March 2006
People's National Party
Biography

Portia Simpson-Miller Portia SIMPSON-MILLER
Prime Minister: 30 March 2006 - 11 September 2007
People's National Party
Biography | 2006 Inaugural Address

Bruce Golding Bruce GOLDING
Prime Minister: 11 September 2007 - 23 October 2011
Jamaica Labour Party
Biography | 2007 Inaugural Address

Andrew Holness Andrew HOLNESS
Prime Minister: 23 October 2011 - 5 January 2012
Jamaica Labour Party
Biography | 2011 Inaugural Address

Portia Simpson-Miller Portia SIMPSON-MILLER
Prime Minister: 5 January 2012 - 3 March 2016
People's National Party
Biography | 2012 Inaugural Address | Administration
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