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Israeli Politics: Prime Ministers

(1948 - Present)

The Prime Minister of Israel is the head of the Israeli government and chief executive of the state.
Prime Ministers are elected for four year terms.

Name

Years in Service

Benjamin Netanyahu

2009 - Present

Ehud Olmert

(2006-2009)

Ariel Sharon

(2001-2006)

Ehud Barak

(1999-2001)

Benjamin Netanyahu

(1996-1999)

Shimon Peres

(1995-1996)

Yitzhak Rabin

(1992-1995)

Yitzhak Shamir

(1986-1992)

Shimon Peres

(1984-1986)

Yitzhak Shamir

(1983-1984)

Menachem Begin

(1977-1983)

Yitzhak Rabin

(1974-1977)

Golda Meir

(1969-1974)

Levi Eshkol

(1963-1969)

David Ben-Gurion

(1955-1963)

Moshe Sharett

(1954-1955)

David Ben-Gurion

(1948-1954)