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List of salaries of heads of state and government

This is a list of salaries of heads of state and government per annum, showing heads of state and heads of government where different, mainly in parliamentary systems. Often a leader is both in presidential systems. Some states have semi-presidential systems, where the head of government role is fulfilled by both the listed head of government and the head of state.

Contents

Member states and observers of the United NationsEdit

State Head of state (USD) Head of government (USD)
  Afghanistan 13,400 (President)[1]
  Albania 19,665 (President)[2]
  Algeria 168,000 (President)[3][4]
  Andorra 82,800 (Prime Minister)[5]
  Angola 60,000 (President)[3]
  Antigua and Barbuda 40,225 (Governor-General)[6]
  Argentina 130,000 (President)[7][8]
  Armenia 32,400 (President)[9]
  Australia 425,000 (Governor-General) 507,340 (Prime Minister)[10]
  Austria 410,000 (President)[11] 328,600 (Chancellor)[11]
  Azerbaijan 225,000 (President)[12]
  Bahamas 86,000 (Prime Minister)[13]
  Bahrain
  Bangladesh 17,100 (President)[14] 16,400 (Prime Minister)[15]
  Barbados 101,588 (Prime Minister)[16]
  Belarus 33,600 (President)[17]
  Belgium 14,454,440 (King) royal grant[11] 262,964 (Prime Minister)[11]
  Belize 26,241 (Governor-General)[18]
  Benin 29,810 (President)[4]
  Bhutan 37,365 (Prime Minister)[19]
  Bolivia 39,924 (President)[8]
  Bosnia and Herzegovina 42,650 (Presidency)[20]
  Botswana 65,760 (President)[4]
  Brazil 120,000 (President)[21]
  Brunei
  Bulgaria 79,000 (President)[22] 50,000 (Prime Minister)[23]
  Burkina Faso 33,810 (President)[4]
  Burundi 47,300 (President)[4]
  Cambodia 30,000 (Prime Minister)[24]
  Cameroon 620,976 (President)[4]
  Canada 290,000 (Governor-General)[25] 260,200 (Prime Minister)[4]
  Cape Verde 20,380 (President)[4]
  Central African Republic 42,524 (President)[26]
  Chad
  Chile 180,000 (President)[11]
  China 22,000 (President)[27]
  Colombia 134,676 (President)[8]
  Comoros 117,060 (President)[4]
  Congo, Democratic Republic of the 51,500 (President)[4]
  Republic of Congo 108,400 (President)[4]
  Costa Rica 113,520 (President)[8]
  Croatia 45,200 (President)[28]
  Cuba 360 (President)[29]
  Cyprus 90,025 (President)[30]
  Czech Republic 12,258 (President)[11]
  Denmark 11,350,744 (Queen) royal grant[31][5] 249,774 (Prime Minister)[11]
  Djibouti
  Dominica
  Dominican Republic 120,000 (President)[32][8]
  East Timor 30,000 (President)[33] 27,000 (Prime Minister)[34]
  Ecuador 75,132 (President)[35][8]
  Egypt 70,400 (President)[3]
  El Salvador 62,172 (President)[8]
  Equatorial Guinea 152,680 (President)[4]
  Eritrea
  Estonia 76,903 (President)[11]
  Ethiopia 45,270 (President)[4] 44,470 (Prime Minister)[36]
  Fiji 62,784 (President)[37] 113,495 (Prime Minister)[38]
  Finland 155,285 (President)[11] 154,000 (Prime Minister)[39]
  France 194,300 (President)[21] 220,500 (Prime Minister)[11]
  Gabon 65,000 (President)[3]
  Gambia, The 65,000 (President)[3]
  Georgia 80,400 (President)[40]
  Germany 240,933 (President)[41] 299,784 (Chancellor)[41]
  Ghana 76,000 (President)[3]
  Greece 154,739 (President)[17] 82,405 (Prime Minister)[11]
  Grenada 24,797 (Prime Minister)[42]
  Guatemala 178,680 (President)[8]
  Guinea 22,390 (President)[4]
  Guinea-Bissau
  Guyana 91,700 (President)[43] 98,300 (Prime Minister)[44]
  Haiti 3,782 (President)[45]
  Honduras 49,908 (President)[8]
  Hong Kong 639,650 (Chief Executive)
  Hungary 70,964 (President)[11] 99,349 (Prime Minister)[11]
  Iceland 191,000 (President) 242,619 (Prime Minister)[11]
  India 60 lakh (US$89,000) (President)[46] 19 lakh (US$28,000) (Prime Minister)[21]
  Indonesia 124,171 (President)[47]
  Iran 18,947 (President)[48]
  Iraq 809,673 (President)[12]
  Ireland 401,000 (President)[49] 237,000 (Taoiseach)[50]
  Israel 173,000 (President)[11] 168,210 (Prime Minister)[11]
  Italy 275,147 (President)[21] 131,608 (Prime Minister)[17]
  Ivory Coast 100,000 (President)[3]
  Jamaica 48,000 (Prime Minister)[51]
  Japan 3,086,890 (Emperor) royal grant[11] 202,700 (Prime Minister)[21][11]
  Jordan
  Kazakhstan
  Kenya 132,000 (President)[10][3][4]
  Kiribati 9,328 (President)[52]
  Kuwait
  Kyrgyzstan
  Laos
  Latvia 70,718 (President)[11] 59,644 (Prime Minister)[11]
  Lebanon 150,000 (President)[53] 150,000 (Prime Minister)[54]
  Lesotho 36,650 (Prime Minister)[4]
  Liberia 90,000 (President)[3]
  Libya 105,000 (President)[3]
  Liechtenstein 0 (Prince)[5] 254,660 (Prime Minister)[55]
  Lithuania 86,136 (President)[3] 50,100 (Prime Minister)
  Luxembourg 12,333,102 (Grand Duke) royal grant[5] 278,000 (Prime Minister)[11]
  Macedonia 17,250 (President)[56]
  Madagascar
  Malawi 74,300 (President)[4]
  Malaysia 263,500 (Yang di-Pertuan Agong)[57] 61,844 (Prime Minister)[58][59]
  Maldives 78,074.17 (President)
  Mali 68,900 (President)[4]
  Malta 70,955 (President)[60] 56,900 (Prime Minister)[61]
  Marshall Islands 90,000 (President)[62]
  Mauritania
  Mauritius 93,783 (President)[63] 187,968 (Prime Minister)[64]
  Mexico 166,797 (President)[11]
  Micronesia
  Moldova 9,264 (President) [65] 6,433 (Prime Minister) [66]
  Monaco 52,063,000 (Prince) royal grant[5]
  Mongolia 9,132 (President) [67] 8,940 (Prime Minister) [68]
  Montenegro 33,440 (President)[69]
  Morocco 488,604 (King)[4]
  Mozambique 46,800 (President)[4]
  Myanmar
  Namibia 99,241 (President)[70][4] 76,339 (Prime Minister)[70]
  Nauru 74,411 (President)[71]
    Nepal 17,584 (President)[72] 9,033 (Prime Minister)[72]
  Netherlands 6,082,736 (King) royal grant[73][5] 193,844 (Prime Minister)[11]
  New Zealand 260,245 (Governor-General)[11] 325,546 (Prime Minister)[10]
  Nicaragua 38,316 (President)[8]
  Niger
  Nigeria 69,000 (President)[4]
  North Korea
  Norway 33,237,000 (King) royal grant[5] 210,714 (Prime Minister)[11]
  Oman
  Pakistan 46,600 (President)[74]
  Palau 50,000 (President)[75][76]
  Palestine
  Panama 84,000 (President)[8]
  Papua New Guinea 107,532 (Prime Minister)[77]
  Paraguay 103,044 (President)[8]
  Peru 57,168 (President)[8]
  Philippines 95,554 (President)[78]
  Poland 70,026 (President)[11] 57,772 (Prime Minister)[11]
  Portugal 96,469 (President)[11] 72,352 (Prime Minister)[11]
  Qatar
  Romania 61,296 (President)[79] 61,296 (Prime Minister)[79]
  Russia 136,000 (President)[21]
  Rwanda 85,000 (President)[3]
  Saint Kitts and Nevis
  Saint Lucia
  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
  Samoa 82,000 (Head of State)[80] 78,000 (Prime Minister)[81]
  San Marino 83,682 (Both Captain Regents)[82]
  São Tomé and Príncipe
  Saudi Arabia
  Senegal 15,210 (President)[4]
  Serbia 14,950 (President)[83]
  Seychelles 24,600 (President)[84]
  Sierra Leone 12,220 (President)[4]
  Singapore 1,142,000 (President)[85] 1,631,000 (Prime Minister)[10]
  Slovakia 129,284 (President)[86] 70,973 (Prime Minister)[11]
  Slovenia 80,142 (President)[11] 87,818 (Prime Minister)[11]
  Solomon Islands 18,181 (Prime Minister)[87]
  Somalia 120,000 (President)[88]
  South Africa 223,500 (President)[21][4]
  South Korea 210,000 (President)[11]
  South Sudan
  Spain 3,311,000 (King) royal grant[89][5] 97,926 (Prime Minister)[11]
  Sri Lanka 7,380 (President)[90] 5,600 (Prime Minister)[91]
  Sudan 29,320 (President)[4]
  Suriname 133,560 (President)[92][93] 116,870 (Vice President)[94]
  Swaziland 51,600 (Prime Minister)[4][95]
  Sweden 15,752,000 (King) royal grant[5] 244,615 (Prime Minister)[11]
   Switzerland 507,000 (President)[96] 495,000 (Federal Council)[97]
  Syria
  Tajikistan
  Tanzania 47,300 (President)[4]
  Thailand 49,728 (Prime Minister)[98]
  Togo
  Tonga 2,129,540 (King) royal grant[99] 41,504 (Prime Minister)[100]
  Trinidad and Tobago 85,600 (Prime Minister)[101]
  Tunisia 16,700 (President)[4]
  Turkey 197,400 (President)[21]
  Turkmenistan
  Tuvalu
  Uganda 183,216 (President)[4]
  Ukraine 94,000 (President)[17]
  United Arab Emirates
  United Kingdom 107,392,287 (Queen) royal grant[11] 215,980 (Prime Minister)[21][11]
  United States 400,000 (President)[4]
  Uruguay 139,608 (President)[8]
  Uzbekistan
  Vanuatu
   Vatican City 0 (Pope)[5]
  Venezuela 48,816 (President)[8]
  Vietnam 9,660 (Prime Minister)[102]
  Yemen
  Zambia 64,000 (President)[4]
  Zimbabwe 146,590 (President)[4]

Other NationsEdit

The following states control their territory and are recognized by at least one UN member state.

State Also claimed by Head of state (USD) Head of government (USD)
  Taiwan   China 184,000 (President)[10][103]
  Kosovo   Serbia 39,650 (President)[104]

The following states/governments control their territory, but are not recognized by any UN member states.

State/Government Also claimed by Head of state (USD) Head of government (USD)
  Artsakh   Azerbaijan 19,600 (President)[17]
  Transnistria   Moldova

See alsoEdit

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