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Presidency of Jair Bolsonaro

The presidency of Jair Bolsonaro started on 1 January 2019. He was elected the 38th president of Brazil on 28 October 2018 by obtaining 55.1% of the valid votes in the 2018 Brazilian general election, defeating Fernando Haddad.

                                               

List of presidents of Chile

This article contains a list of presidents of Chile from the establishment of the first government junta in 1810, at the beginning of the Chilean War of Independence, to the present day.

                                               

President of Ghana

The president of the Republic of Ghana is the elected head of state and head of government of Ghana, as well as commander-in-chief of the Ghana Armed Forces. The current president of Ghana is Nana Akufo-Addo, who won the 2016 presidential electio ...

                                               

Prime Minister of India

The Prime Minister of India is the leader of the executive of the Government of India. The prime minister is also the chief adviser to the president of India and head of the Council of Ministers. They can be a member of any of the two houses of t ...

                                               

List of Prime Ministers of India by education

This is a list of prime ministers of India and their educational qualifications. All of the prime ministers of India have attended some form of higher education.

                                               

List of things named after prime ministers of India

Airports Lal Bahadur Shastri International Airport Roads Lal Bahadur Shastri Marg Stadiums Lal Bhadur Shastri Stadium Lal Bahadur Shastri Stadium, Kollam Educational Institutions Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri Rashtriya Sanskrit Vidyapeetha Lal Bahadur ...

                                               

Prime Minister of New Zealand

The prime minister of New Zealand is the head of government of New Zealand. The incumbent prime minister, Jacinda Ardern, leader of the New Zealand Labour Party, took office on 26 October 2017. The prime minister informally abbreviated to PM rank ...

                                               

Spouse of the Prime Minister of New Zealand

The Spouse of the Prime Minister of New Zealand is an unofficial title, the holder of which, by convention, is the host or hostess of Premier House, the official residence of the Prime Minister. An unpaid position that has no official responsibil ...

                                               

Jesus de Cardenas

Jesus de Cardenas was the Governor of Tamaulipas and the President of the Republic of the Rio Grande. After Coahuila, Nuevo Leon and Tamaulipas declared independence in October 1838 and formally organized their provisional government on January 1 ...

                                               

List of presidents of the Republic of the Rio Grande

This is a list of the Presidents of the Republic of the Rio Grande that insurgents against the Central Mexican Government sought to establish in northern Mexico. The rebellion lasted from January 17 to November 6, 1840 and the Republic of the Rio ...

                                               

Prime Minister of Tuvalu

The Prime Minister of Tuvalu is the head of government of Tuvalu. According to Tuvalus constitution, the prime minister must always be a member of the Parliament, and is elected by parliament in a secret ballot. Because there are no political par ...

                                               

Oldest living prime minister of the United Kingdom

Not all prime ministers live to become the oldest of their time. Of the 49 deceased prime ministers, 30 eventually became the oldest of their lifetime, while 19 did not. Henry Addington became the oldest living prime minister when Duke of Grafton ...

                                               

President of Uruguay

The president of Uruguay, officially known as the president of the Oriental Republic of Uruguay, is the head of state and head of government of Uruguay. His rights are determined in the Constitution of Uruguay. Conforms with the Secretariat of th ...

                                               

List of presidents of Uruguay

Uruguay is a presidential republic in which the President is both the head of state and head of government. The following is a list of all the people who have held the office of President of Uruguay since 6 November 1830, with the exception of th ...

                                               

Pedro Carve

Pedro Esteban Carve Perez was a Uruguayan politician who served as the President of the Senate and who became the head of state of Uruguay for one single day on January 22, 1875. He served as the President of the Senate of Uruguay in 1875 and in ...

                                               

President of Venezuela

The President of Venezuela, officially known as the President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, is the head of state and head of government in Venezuela. The president leads the National Executive of the Venezuelan government and is the co ...

                                               

President of Bangladesh

The President of Bangladesh is the head of state of Bangladesh. The role of the president has been changed three times since Bangladesh achieved independence in 1971. In 1991, with the restoration of a democratically elected government, Banglades ...

                                               

List of presidents of Bangladesh

The complete list of presidents of Bangladesh includes the persons sworn into the office as President of Bangladesh following the Bangladeshi Declaration of Independence in 1971.

                                               

List of Danish monarchs

This is a list of Danish monarchs, that is, the kings and queens regnant of Denmark. This includes: The Kingdom of Denmark up to 1397 Personal union of Denmark and Norway 1380–1397 Union of Denmark, Norway and Sweden 1397–1523 Union of Denmark an ...

                                               

Anulo

Anulo or Ale was a pretender-king who vied for the Danish throne in 812. He represents the appearance of the House of Harald which competed with the House of Gudfred for power in Denmark until c. 857 and possibly longer.

                                               

Helge (Danish king)

Helge was a Danish king who ruled at the end of the 9th century. There is no contemporary evidence for his existence, since he is only mentioned in a source from the 11th century.

                                               

Horik II

Horik II, also known as Hårik or, in late sources, Erik Barn, was King of the Danes from the fall of Horik I in 854 to an unknown date between 864 and 873. During his reign the Danish kingdom showed tendencies of breaking up. After his demise und ...

                                               

Ongendus

He was presumably king of a stronger and more unified Denmark that rose at the end of the 7th century. Ongendus reign probably followed the rise of a strong kingdom in central Jutland which lasted from about 200 to 600 CE, and from 400 also inclu ...

                                               

Sigfred (Danish king 812)

Sigfred was a competitor for the Danish throne in 812. His brief appearance inaugurated a period of throne struggles in Denmark which lasted until 827.

                                               

Sigfred and Halfdan

Sigfred and Halfdan were two brothers who figured as Kings of the Danes in 873. Little is known about them; they are the last Danish rulers recorded by contemporary sources before the 930s.

                                               

Zagwe dynasty

The Zagwe dynasty was the ruling dynasty of a medieval kingdom in present-day northern Ethiopia. The kingdom itself was perhaps called Begwena, after the historical name of the Lasta province. Centered at Lalibela, it ruled large parts of the ter ...

                                               

Baeda Maryam II

Baeda Maryam II was nəgusa nagast of Ethiopia. He may have been the son of Salomon II. Although E. A. Wallis Budge, in his book A History of Ethiopia: Nubia and Abyssinia, notes some authorities believe Baeda Maryam was the same person as Salomon ...

                                               

Baeda Maryam III

Baeda Maryam III, also known as Bida Maryam, was Emperor of Ethiopia for a few days in April 1826. Baeda Maryam was a figurehead, set on the throne by Dejazmach Haile Maryam, the governor of Semien.

                                               

Bakaffa

Bakaffa was nəgusa nagast of Ethiopia, and a member of the Solomonic dynasty. He was a son of Emperor Iyasu I and brother to Emperors Tekle Haymanot I and Dawit III. James Bruce describes Bakaffa as faced with the increasing enfeeblement of the E ...

                                               

Dawit III

Dawit III, throne name Adbar Sagad, also known as Dawit the Singer, was nəgusa nagast of the Ethiopian Empire and a member of the Solomonic dynasty. He was the son of Iyasu I and his concubine Kedeste Krestos.

                                               

Germa Seyum

Germa Seyum was a King of Ethiopia, and a member of the Zagwe dynasty. Taddesse Tamrat states that he was a son of Mara Takla Haymanot, the younger brother of King Tatadim, and the father of Kedus Harbe and Gebre Mesqel Lalibela. His name does no ...

                                               

Harbai

Harbai was a King of Ethiopia. The Paris Chronicle and a manuscript Pedro Paez and Manuel de Almeida saw at Axum, list him as the last of the Zagwe dynasty. He is considered the ancestor of the kings of the Ethiopian province of Lasta. Little is ...

                                               

Iyasu III

Iyasu III or Joshua III was nəgusa nagast of Ethiopia, and a member of the Solomonic dynasty. He was the son of Abeto Azequ, and the grandson of Iyasu II. He was set upon the throne by a number of high nobles, and after the generals swore their a ...

                                               

Iyasu IV

Iyasu IV or Joshua IV was nəgusa nagast of Ethiopia, and a member of the Solomonic dynasty. He was the son of Salomon III. He was largely a figurehead, set on the throne by the Enderase or Regent, Ras Dori, who had deposed Gigar. However, Iyasu t ...

                                               

Jan Seyum

Jan Seyum was a King of Ethiopia, and a member of the Zagwe dynasty. Taddesse Tamrat states that he was a son of Mara Takla Haymanot, a younger brother of King Tatadim, and the father of Yemrehana Krestos. His name does not appear in the longer k ...

                                               

Mara Takla Haymanot

Mara Takla Haymanot was Emperor of Ethiopia, and the founder of the Zagwe dynasty. Some King Lists give his name simply as Mararah ", and other King Lists as Takla Haymanot ".

                                               

Naakueto Laab

Naakueto Laab was negus of Ethiopia, and a member of the Zagwe dynasty. According to Taddesse Tamrat, he was the son of Kedus Harbe. Richard Pankhurst credits him with the creation of the church located in a cave a half-days journey from the town ...

                                               

Salomon III

Salomon III or Solomon III was the Emperor of Ethiopia and a member of the Solomonic dynasty. He was the son of Tekle Haymanot II. He may be identical with the Emperor Solomon whom the traveler Henry Salt lists as one of the Emperors still alive ...

                                               

Tatadim

Tatadims name appears in second place in the long lists of the Zagwe kings. Taddesse Tamrat states that he was the oldest known son of Mara Takla Haymanot. According to the Gadla Yemrehana Krestos, Tatadim made efforts to secure the succession of ...

                                               

Yemrehana Krestos

According to Taddesse Tamrat, he was the son of Germa Seyum, the brother of Tatadim; however the Italian scholar Carlo Conti Rossini published in 1902 a document that stated Yemrehana Krestos was the successor of Naakueto Laab, and succeeded by Y ...

                                               

Yetbarak

Tradition states that Yetbarak ascended to the throne after his father King Lalibela had taken the crown away from his first choice of successor, Yetbaraks cousin Naakueto Laab. Taddesse Tamrat argues that this tradition is based on an official v ...

                                               

Yostos

Yostos or Justus was nəgusa nagast of Ethiopia. According to James Bruce, he was the son of Delba Iyasu and a daughter of Emperor Iyasu I. He had served as governor of Samien under Emperor Tekle Haymanot, but fell out of favor under Emperor Tewof ...

                                               

List of monarchs of Liechtenstein

There have been 16 monarchs of the Principality of Liechtenstein since 1608. The current Prince of Liechtenstein is Hans-Adam II, since 13 November 1989. The current Prince Regent of Liechtenstein is Alois, since 15 August 2004.

                                               

Prince Joseph Wenzel Franz Anastasius of Liechtenstein

Prince Joseph Wenzel Franz Anastasius of Liechtenstein was a son of Prince Karl Borromaus of Liechtenstein and Maria Anna Antonia, Countess of Dietrichstein-Weichselstadt, Baroness of Hollenburg and Finkenstein. While still a child he was destine ...

                                               

Interrex (Poland)

The institution of interrex existed in the Crown of the Kingdom of Poland, whose ruling classes liked to view their Republic or Commonwealth as an heir to Roman republican traditions. The Commonwealths monarch holding a double title of the Two Na ...

                                               

Naczelnik Panstwa

The Chief of State was the title of Polands head of state in the early years of the Second Polish Republic. This office was held only by Jozef Pilsudski, from 1918 to 1922. Until 1919 the title was called the provisional chief of state. After 192 ...

                                               

Namiestnik of Poland

The Namiestnik of the Kingdom of Poland was the deputy of the King of Poland - i.e., the deputy of the Emperor of Russia who, under Congress Poland, styled himself "King of Poland." Between 1874 and 1914, when the former Congress Poland was known ...

                                               

Emir of Qatar

The Emir of the State of Qatar is the monarch and head of state of Qatar, as well as the commander-in-chief of the Qatar Armed Forces and guarantor of the Constitution. It is the most powerful position in the country, and has a prominent role in ...

                                               

Presidential Council for Minority Rights

The Presidential Council for Minority Rights is a non-elected government body in Singapore established in 1970, the main function of which is to scrutinize most of the bills passed by Parliament to ensure that they do not discriminate against any ...

                                               

Bhagadatta (of Chanasa)

A king Bhagadatta is reported in a Khmer inscription dated 937 as the spring of a line of princes of Chanasapura in Dvaravati in what is now Thailand.