Provisional Government of Albania

The Provisional Government of Albania (Albanian: Qeveria e Përkohshme e Shqipërisë) was the first government of Albania, created by the Assembly of Vlorë on 4 December 1912. It was a paternal government, led by Ismail Qemali, until his resignation on 22 January 1914, followed by the International Control Commission until the proclamation of the Principality of Albania.[1][2][3]

Provisional Government
Flag of the Provisional Government of Albania (1912–1914).svg
1st Government of Albania
1912–1914
Qeveria e Ismail Qemalit.jpg
Photograph taken in Rome, Italy (clockwise from top to bottom): Adem Boletini, Dhimitër Beratti, Mustafa Boletini; Et'hem bey Vlora, Luigj Gurakuqi, Ismail Qemali, Qazim bey Vlora, Isa Boletini
Date formed4 December 1912 (1912-12-04)
Date dissolved22 January 1914 (1914-01-22)
People and organisations
Prime MinisterIsmail Qemali
Deputy Prime MinisterNikoll Kaçorri
Prenk Bib Doda
No. of ministers9
History
Election(s)Assembly of Vlorë
SuccessorInternational Control Commission

CabinetEdit

Qemali Government
Ismail Qemali – Prime Minister, Minister of Foreign Affairs
Nikoll Kaçorri – Deputy Prime Minister (until 30 March 1913; replaced by Prenk Bib Doda who took office on 25 December 1913)
Mehmet Deralla – Minister of War (until 25 December 1913; replaced by Fejzi Alizoti)
Mufid Libohova – Minister of Internal Affairs (until July 1913; replaced by Esad Toptani who served until August 1913; replaced by Hasan Prishtina who served from 5 September - 20 November 1913; replaced by Fejzi Alizoti)
Abdi Toptani – Minister of Finances (until 10 October 1913; replaced by Jorgji Çako)
Petro Poga – Minister of Justice
Luigj Gurakuqi – Minister of Education
Mid'hat Frashëri – Minister of Public Services (until 30 March 1913; replaced by Pandeli Cale)
Pandeli Cale – Minister of Agriculture (until 15 September 1913; replaced by Hasan Prishtina who served until 10 October 1913; replaced by Qemal Karaosmani who served from November 1913 – 22 January 1914)
Lef Nosi – Minister of Post-Telegraphs

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Dervishi, Kastriot (2012). Kryeministrat dhe ministrat e shtetit shqiptar në 100 vjet. Tiranë: Shtëpia Botuese "55". p. 273. ISBN 978-99943-56-22-5.
  2. ^ Qafoku, Roland (2015). Historia e 33 kryeministrave të Shqipërisë. Tiranë: Shtëpia Botuese "Onufri". p. 350. ISBN 978-9928-186-72-0.
  3. ^ Krasniqi, Afrim (2009). Sistemet Politike në Shqipëri 1912–2009. Tiranë: UFO Press. p. 390. ISBN 978-99956-19-36-7.