7 Aprili, 1972 - 27 Januari, 1984
Hon. Mr. Aboud Jumbe Mwinyi
After the death of Elder Abeid Amani Karume in 1972, Mr. Aboud Jumbe Mwinyi was proposed and subsequently confirmed by the BLM at a meeting held on April 11, 1972 at asp Kisiwandui Headquarters.
With a commitment to strengthening the Union and upholding the achievements made since the two countries merged, the governing parties Zanzibar (ASP) and Tanganyika (TANU) were united on 5 February 1977 and the birth of the Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM). According to the political system of the time, the Revolutionary Party took charge of the state of both governments. This phase will be remembered most for establishing and strengthening the principles of democracy and governance under a one-party system.
31 Januari, 1984 - 17 Oktoba, 1985
His Excellency Ali Hassan Mwinyi, President of the Third Phase of Zanzibar .
After resigning from the second president, the leader appointed to the post of President of Zanzibar is Elder Ali Hassan Mwinyi. He held office for a year and a half before being appointed and elected to the post of President of the United Republic of Tanzania. President Ali Hassan Mwinyi appointed His Excellency Seif Sharif Hamad to the post of Prime Minister who, in accordance with zanzibar's Constitution of 1984, was an assistant to the President and Head of Government affairs in the House of Representatives.
17 Oktoba 1985 - 25 Oktoba, 1990
President of Zanzibar The Ruling Party of the Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) adopted the name. Hon. Idris Abdulwakil held on October 13, 1985. Elder Idris Abdulwakil also developed the same system of government based on the three pillars of the State in which he also appointed Mr. Seif Sharif Hamad to continue as prime minister. However, in strengthening the functioning of the Government, on 26 January 1988, the President of Zanzibar and chairman of the Revolutionary Council dissolved the Revolutionary Council and later appointed His Excellency Dr. Omar Ali Juma to the post of Chief Minister instead of Mr. Seif Sharif Hamad. Mr. Idris Abdulwakil's leadership ended after the October 1990 general elections.
25 October, 1990 - 8 November, 2000
8 November, 2000 - 3November, 2010
3 November, 2010 - To 3 November 2020
3 November, 2020 - To date