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Governor-General of Pakistan
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| formation = 14 August 1947| first = Muhammad Ali Jinnah| last = Iskander Mirza| abolished = 23 March 1956List of Presidents of Pakistan>President of Pakistan| salary = | incumbent = }}The Governor-General of Pakistan (}}), was the representative in Pakistan of the British monarch, from the country's independence in 1947. When Pakistan was proclaimed a republic in 1956, the office of governor-general was abolished.

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{| class="wikitable plainrowheaders" border="1"|+Key for governors-general' list! scope="col" style="width:5px" | ! scope="col" style="width:250px" | Party Muslim League (Pakistan)>Pakistan Muslim LeagueRepublican Party (Pakistan)>Republican PartyIndependent (politician)>Independent

Governors-General of Pakistan{| class"wikitable" style"text-align:center;"|+ List of Governors-General of Pakistan

! width=1% | No.! style="width:100px;"| Portrait! style="width:18%;" | Name(Birth–Death)! style="width:20%;" | Took office! style="width:20%;" | Left office! colspan="2" style="width:22%;" | Political party| 1100px|alt=)! scope=row | Muhammad Ali Jinnah(1876–1948) | 15 August 1947| 11 September 1948(died in office)Muslim League (Pakistan)>Pakistan Muslim League| 2100px|alt=)! scope=row | Sir Khawaja Nazimuddin(1894–1964) | 14 September 1948| 17 October 1951(became prime minister)Muslim League (Pakistan)>Pakistan Muslim League| 3100px|alt=)! scope=row | Sir Ghulam Muhammad(1895–1956) | 17 October 1951| 7 August 1955(dismissed)Independent (politician)>Independent| 4100px|alt=)! scope=row | Iskander Mirza(1899–1969) | 7 August 1955| 23 March 1956(became president)Republican Party (Pakistan)>Republican Party

Timeline

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from: 15/08/1947 till: 11/09/1948 color:govr text:"Muhaammad Ali Jinnah"
from: 11/09/1948 till: 17/10/1951 color:govr text:"Khawaja Nazimuddin"
from: 17/10/1951 till: 06/10/1955 color:govr text:"Malik Ghulam Muhammad"
from: 06/10/1955 till: 23/03/1956 color:govr text:"Iskander Mirza"

See also

References

{{Reflist}}{{Governors-General of Pakistan}}{{Representatives of the monarch in Commonwealth realms and Dominions}}{{Use dmy dates|date=June 2011}}

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