Vice-President of the
Republic of Seychelles
Incumbent
Ahmed Afif

since 26 October 2020
ResidenceState House, Victoria, Mahé[1]
Inaugural holderJames Michel
FormationAugust 1996
SalaryR35,000 monthly[2]

The Vice-President of Seychelles is the second highest political office in the Seychelles. The position was created in 1996.

Vice-Presidents of Seychelles (1996 – Present)

No. Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Term of office Political affiliation
Took office Left office Time in office
1
James Michel
(born 1944)
18 August 1996 14 July 2004[a] 7 years, 331 days Seychelles People's Progressive Front
2
Joseph Belmont
(born 1947)
14 July 2004 30 June 2010[b] 5 years, 351 days Seychelles People's Progressive Front
(until 2009)
People's Party
3
Danny Faure
(born 1962)
1 July 2010 16 October 2016[c] 6 years, 107 days People's Party
4
Vincent Meriton
(born 1959)
28 October 2016 26 October 2020 3 years, 364 days People's Party
(until 2018)
United Seychelles Party
5
Ahmed Afif
(born 1967)
27 October 2020 incumbent 265 days Linyon Demokratik Seselwa
Notes
  1. ^ Succeeded René as President.
  2. ^ Retired from politics.
  3. ^ Succeeded Michel as President.

See also

References

  1. ^ Dorall, Cheryl (May 29, 2004). Commonwealth Ministers Reference Book 2003. Commonwealth Secretariat. ISBN 9780850927931 – via Google Books.
  2. ^ "Vice-Presidential Emoluments Act | Seychelles Legal Information Institute". seylii.org.