Vice President of Bangladesh
|Vice-President of the People's Republic of Bangladesh|
|গণপ্রজাতন্ত্রী বাংলাদেশের উপরাষ্ট্রপতি|
|Residence||Jamuna State House|
Hare Road, Ramna, Dhaka
|Appointer||President of Bangladesh|
|Formation||17 April 1971|
|First holder||Syed Nazrul Islam|
|Final holder||Shahabuddin Ahmed|
|Abolished||6 December 1990|
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People's Republic of Bangladesh
The vice-president of Bangladesh was formerly the second highest constitutional office in Bangladesh, when the country was governed under a presidential system. The Vice-President was the first person in the presidential line of succession, in the event of a President's resignation, removal or death. The post was held by several Bangladeshi statesmen during different periods of the country's history. The inaugural office holder was Syed Nazrul Islam during the Bangladesh Liberation War. The final office holder was Shahabuddin Ahmed. Abdus Sattar was the only vice-president to succeed to the presidency in 1981.
The office was first created in the Provisional Government of Bangladesh in 1971. It was later revived in 1977, abolished in the 1982 coup d'état; and reinstated in 1986. It was abolished again during the Twelfth Amendment to the Constitution.
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- Other factions
|Syed Nazrul Islam
|17 April 1971 – 12 January 1972||Bangladesh Awami League||Sheikh Mujibur Rahman||Acting President during the Bangladesh Liberation War.|
|June 1977 – May 1981||Bangladesh Nationalist Party||Ziaur Rahman||Succeeded Zia as president in 1981.|
|Mirza Nurul Huda
|24 November 1981 – 23 March 1982||Independent||Abdus Sattar||Resigned after conflict with BNP.|
|1982||Bangladesh Nationalist Party||In office for 24 hours; deposed in the 1982 coup d'état|
|A. K. M. Nurul Islam
|30 November 1986 – 1989||Jatiya Party||Hussain Muhammad Ershad||Former Supreme Court Justice and Law Minister.|
|September 1989 – December 1990||Jatiya Party||Former Prime Minister and Deputy Prime Minister.|
|6 December 1990 - 10 October 1991||Independent||Former Chief Justice of Bangladesh. Served as Acting President after Ershad's resignation and led transitional government to the parliamentary period.|
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