Premiers of Tasmania

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The Premier of Tasmania is the head of the executive government in the Australian State of Tasmania. The Premier has similar functions in Tasmania to those performed by the Prime Minister of Australia at the national level, subject to the different Constitutions. The current Premier is David Bartlett of the Australian Labor Party, who has served in that role since 26 May 2008.

Before the 1890s, there was no formal party system in Tasmania. Party labels before that time indicate a general tendency only.

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List of Premiers of Tasmania

Living former premiers

As of May 2008, six former premiers are alive, the oldest being Tony Rundle (1996–98, born 1939). The most recent premier to die was Sir Angus Bethune (1969–72), on 27 August 2004. The most recently-serving premier to die was Jim Bacon (1998–2004), on 20 June 2004.

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