Prime ministers

Cartyas has had prime ministers since 1922. As the government decides itself who are its members and divide the tasks among them, several people have succeeded each other as prime minister without the need of a general election. Also: the quick successions do not indicate that a government has fallen - which is technically almost impossible, as it has been a continuing institution since 1922 - nor is it a sign of instability; rather the opposite actually.

s Name Reign Remarks
1 Oȧho Ahalame 1922 - 1922 1st
2 Ȧxdeb́e Vushauv́eme 1922 - 1922 1st
3 Vȧrnes Oluhume 1922 - 1922 future governor
1 Oȧho Ahalame 1922 - 1923 2nd
4 Ȧxdeb́e Ozėv́ime 1923 - 1923 s
1 Oȧho Ahalame 1923 - 1925 3rd
2 Ȧxdeb́e Vushauv́eme 1925 - 1926 2nd
5 Oluh Ȧxdeb́eme 1926 - 1926 s
6 Vushauv́e Ziv́ihime 1926 - 1927 1st; future governor
7 Oȧho Źux́home 1927 - 1927 s
1 Oȧho Ahalame 1927 - 1927 4th
6 Vushauv́e Ziv́ihime 1927 - 1927 2nd; future governor
8 İzėlisćė Ziv́ihime 1927 - 1927 s
9 İzusćitė Ohȧhop (f) 1927 - 1930 s
10 Oluh Ov́ėhėme 1930 - 1931 s
6 Vushauv́e Ziv́ihime 1931 - 1935 3rd; future governor
1 Oȧho Ahalame 1935 - 1935 5th
6 Vushauv́e Ziv́ihime 1935 - 1937 4th; future governor
11 U̇v́i U̇v́ime (I) 1937 - 1938 1st; future governor
12 Ȧxdeb́e Ȧxdeb́eme 1938 - 1938 s
11 U̇v́i U̇v́ime (I) 1938 - 1938 2nd; future governor
13 Tocėhov́ė Oȧhop (f) 1938 - 1943 s
6 Vushauv́e Ziv́ihime 1943 - 1946 5th; former governor
14 Ȧx́hȧrq́ Ozėv́ime 1946 - 1947 s
15 U̇v́i U̇v́ime (II) 1947 - 1949 1st; son of U̇v́i U̇v́ime (I)
16 İzėlisće Vushauv́eme 1949 - 1949 s
6 Vushauv́e Ziv́ihime 1949 - 1950 6th; former governor
15 U̇v́i U̇v́ime (II) 1950 - 1950 2nd; son of U̇v́i U̇v́ime (I)
6 Vushauv́e Ziv́ihime 1950 - 1950 7th; former governor
17 Ṕade Ȧxdeb́ep (f) 1950 - 1950 s
6 Vushauv́e Ziv́ihime 1950 - 1956 8th; former governor
15 U̇v́i U̇v́ime (II) 1956 - 1959 3rd; son of U̇v́i U̇v́ime (I)
18 Ȧxdeb́e Ahalame 1959 - 1960 s
19 Ovorq́ Pıraname 1960 - 1964 1st; future governor
20 Oluh Źux́home 1964 - 1967 s
21 Ȧxdeb́e Źux́home 1967 - 1969 s
22 Orq́uq Ȧrq́aq́ame 1969 - 1979 s
23 Oȧho Ezileme 1979 - 1981 future governor
24 Huan Ozėv́ime 1981 - 1982 s
25 Pėter Vushauv́eme 1982 - 1985 1st
26 Ocoqėl Ȧx́hȧrq́ȧme 1985 - 1991 1st; future governor
19 Ovorq́ Pıraname 1991 - 1991 2nd; former governor
25 Pėter Vushauv́eme 1991 - 1991 2nd
26 Ocoqėl Ȧx́hȧrq́ȧme 1991 - 1994 2nd; future governor
25 Pėter Vushauv́eme 1994 - 1995 3rd
27 Vushauv́e Ezileme 1995 - 1996 s
28 Ȧxdeb́e Ȧx́hȧrq́ȧme 1996 - 1997 s
29 Oȧho İzėlisćeme 1997 - 1999 s
30 Ǵon Vȧrnesem 1999 - 1999 s
31 Lev́e Pıranap (f) 1999 - 1999 s
32 Orq́uq Ȧx́hȧrq́ȧme 1999 - 2004 s
33 Huan Ziv́ihime 2004 - 2005 s
34 Vushauv́e Ov́ėhėme 2005 - 2008 s
35 Ėźai Vushauv́ep (f) 2008 - 2015 s
36 Ȧxdeb́e Vȧrneseme 2015 - 2016 s
37 Ziv́ih Oluhume 2016 - 0000 s

The incumbent prime ministerZiv́ih Oluhume was born in Aq́ılexic in 1952. He studied journalism and economics at the university of Oca and subsequently worked for the financial newspaper Zėv́isćeni and as financial director of the First Hospital of the City of Aq́ılexic before joining the national government in 2011 as minister of budget, becoming minister of economic affairs in 2014. Ziv́ih is the son and grandson of two former mayors of Aq́ılexic. He is married and has three daughters.