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A big list of current state leaders over 65 for deathlist reference. Former state leaders will be added in due course.

 

Current State Leaders

  • Queen Elizabeth II, Queen of United Kingdom, 87
  • Bhumibol Adulyadej, King of Thailand, 86
  • Hassanal Bolkiah, Sultan of Brunei, 67
  • Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa, Prime Minister of Bahrain, 78
  • Qaboos bin Said al Said, Sultan of Oman, 73
  • Queen Magrethe II, Queen of Denmark, 73
  • Carl XVI Gustaf, King of Sweden, 67
  • Paul Biya, President of Cameroon, 80
  • Juan Carlos I, King of Spain, 75
  • Mohammed Abdelaziz, President of the Sawhari Arab Democratic Republic, 66
  • Teodoro Obiang Nguemo Mgasabo, President of Equatorial Guinea, 71
  • Jose Eduardo dos Santos, President of Angola, 71
  • Robert Mugabe, President of Zimbabwe, 89
  • Ali Khameni, President of Iran, 74
  • Hans-Adam II, Prince of Liechtenstein, 68
  • Yoweri Museveni, President of Uganda, 69
  • Akhito, Emperor of Japan, 79
  • Omar al-Bashir, President of Sudan, 68
  • Nursultan Nazarbaev, President of Kazakhstan, 73
  • Islam Karimov, President of Uzbekistan, 75
  • Harald V, King of Norway, 76
  • Isais Afewerki, President of Eritrea, 67
  • Colville Young, Governor General of Belize, 81
  • Olfafur Ragnar Grimsson, President of Iceland, 70
  • Pearlette Louisy, Governer General of Saint Lucia,
  • Dennis Sassou Nguesa, President of Congo, 70
  • Kim Yong-nam, Chairman of the Presidium of the Supreme People's Assembly of North Korea, 85
  • Tuliaeoa Aiona Sailele Malielegaoi, Prime Minister of Samoa, 68
  • Abdelaziz Bouteflika, President of Algeria, 76
  • Ismail Omar Guelleh, President of Djibouti, 66
  • Sam Hinds, Prime Minister of Guyana, 69
  • Ralph Gonsalves, Prime Minister of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, 67
  • Fredrick Ballantyne, Governor General of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, 77
  • Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, Emir of Kuwait, 84
  • Artur Rasizade, Prime Minister of Azerbaijan, 78
  • Baldwin Spencer, Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda, 65
  • Mahinda Rajapaska, President of Sri Lanka, 68
  • James Michel, President of Seychelles, 69
  • Manmohan Singh, Prime Minister of India, 81
  • Ivan Gasparovic, President of Slovakia, 72
  • Heinz Fischer, President of Austria, 75
  • Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the UAE, 65
  • Mahmoud Abbas, President of the Palestinian National Authority, 78
  • Armando Guebuza, President of Mozambique, 70
  • Karolos Papoulias, President of Greece, 84
  • Hifikepunye Pohamba, President of Namibia, 78
  • Jalal Talabani, President of Iraq, 80
  • Navin Ramgoolan, Prime Minister of Mauritius, 66
  • Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, King of Saudia Arabia, 89
  • Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, President of Liberia, 75
  • Anibal Cavaco Silva, President of Portugal, 74
  • Giorgio Napolitano, President of Italy, 88
  • Choummaly Sayasone, President of Laos, 77
  • Raul Castro, President of Cuba, 82
  • Daniel Ortega, President of Nicaragua, 68
  • Thein Sein, President of Burma, 68
  • Manny Moria, President of Micronesia, 64
  • Tufuga Efi, President of Samoa, 75
  • Shimon Peres, President of Isreal, 90
  • Louis Lake-Tack, Governor General of Antigua and Barbuda, 69
  • Xananna Gusmao, President of East Timor, 67
  • Mizengo Pinda, Prime Minister of Tanzania, 65
  • Michel Sulieman, President of Lebanon, 65
  • Ram Baran Yadav, President of Nepal, 65
  • Quentin Bryce, Governor General of Australia, 70
  • Barnabas Sibusiso Dlamani, President of Swaziland, 71
  • Sheikh Hasina, Prime Minister of Bangladesh, 66
  • George Abela, President of Malta, 65
  • Dervis Eroglu, President of Northern Cyprus, 75
  • Jacob Zuma, President of South Africa, 71
  • Philemon Yang, President of Cameroon, 66
  • Frank Kabui, Governer General of the Solomon Islands, 67
  • Epeli Nailatikau, President of Fiji, 72
  • Iolu Abil, President of Vanuatu, 71
  • Porfirio Lobo Sosa, President of Honduras, 65
  • Jose Mujica, President of Uruguay, 78
  • Mykola Azarov, Prime Minister of Ukraine, 65
  • Arthur Foulkes, Governor General of the Bahamas, 85
  • D.M Jayaratne, Prime Minister of Sri Lanka, 82
  • Ahmed Mohamed Mahamoud, President of Somaliland, 77
  • Desi Bouterse, President of Suriname, 68
  • David Johnston, Governor General of Canada, 72
  • Alassane Ouattara, President of Cote D'Ivorie, 71
  • Michael Ogio, Governor General of Papau New Guinea, 71
  • Alpha Conde, President of Guinea, 75
  • Thongsing Thammavong, Prime Minister of Laos. 69
  • Dilma Rousseff, President of Brazil, 65
  • Andris Berzins, President of Latvia, 68
  • Tony Tan, President of Singapore, 73
  • Manuel Pinto da Costa, President of Sao Tome and Principe, 76
  • Michael Sata, President of Zambia, 76
  • Leonid Lakerbaia, Prime Minister of Abkhazia, 65
  • Giusseppe Bertello, Vatican President, 65
  • Michael D. Higgins, President of Ireland, 72
  • Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi, President of Yemen, 68
  • Jaber Al-Mubarak Al-Hamad Al-Sabah,Prime Minister of Kuwait, 71
  • Mohammed Basindawa, Prime Minister of Yemen, 78
  • Andul Halim of Kedah, Supreme Head of State of Malaysia, 86
  • Moncef Marzouki, President of Tunisia, 68
  • Abdelmalek Sellal, Prime Minister of Algeria, 65
  • Abdullah Ensour, Prime Minister of Jordan 74,
  • Portia Simpson Miller, Prime Minister of Jamaica, 67
  • Sauli Niinisto, President of Finland, 65
  • Jochim Gauck, President of Germany, 73
  • Nicolai Timofti, President of Moldova, 64
  • Perry Christie, Prime Minister of the Bahamas, 70
  • Elliot Belgrave, Governor General of Barbados, 82
  • Tom Thabane, Priminster of Lesotho, 74
  • Josep Maria Mauri, Representative of the Episcopal Co-Prince of Andorra, 72
  • Kailash Purryagg President of Mauritius, 65
  • Pranaab Murkherjee, President of India, 77
  • Daniel Kablan Duncan, Prime Minister of Cote D'Ivorie, 70
  • Hage Geingob, Prime Minister of Namibia, 72
  • Edmund Lawrence, Governor General of Saint Kitts and Nevis, 81
  • Kieth Mitchell, Prime Minister of Grenada, 67
  • Jung Hong-won, Prime Minister of South Korea, 69
  • Nicolas Anastasiades, President of Cyprus, 67
  • Milos Zeman, President of the Czech Republic, 67
  • Pope Francis, Sovereign of Vatican City, 76
  • Abdul Hamid, President of Bangladesh, 69
  • Pak Pong-ju, Premier of North Korea, 74
  • Adly Mansour, President of Egypt, 67
  • Hazem Al Beblawi, Prime Minister of Egypt, 77
  • Hassan Rouhani, President of Iran, 65
  • Ibrahim Boubacar Keita, President of Mali, 68
  • Mamnoon Hussain, President of Pakistan, 73
  • Charles Savarin, President of Dominica, 70
  • Cesar Villanueva, Prime Minister of Peru, 67
  • Tammam Salem, Prime Minister of Lebanon, 68

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Fair effort.......

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I drew up a list of ex world leaders (presidents and PMs) over the age of 90 last christmas.Turned out there were about 70 of them.  Around 10 of them have died during the year.2 more were allready dead it turned out. Obviously the death rate below 90 will be less.

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"due course" may be a while. There's a lot of dead ex-leaders. Why can't they all die in office?

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5 hours ago, ObakeFilter said:

Abdul Halim of Kedah has died, he was the Sultan of Kedah, reigning from 1958 to 2017, and the second longest-reigning living monarch in the world after Queen Elizabeth II.

http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2017/09/11/kedahs-sultan-abdul-halim-dies/

If you're feeling positive, try and figure out how he fits into the Malaysian political system. Here's what I parsed from Wiki:

Each state has a sultan

There is an election in which one of the sultans is chosen as king of the country

King of the country also means head of the country

Head of the country is not the same as PM of the country

At which point I just gave up.

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He was a nice guy anyway. RIP.

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Top 5 list (October 2017) :

 

1) Elizabeth II (England) => 8 February 1952 = 65 years of power.

2) Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah (Brunei) => October 1967 = 50 years of power.

3) Sultan Qabous (Oman) => 23 july 1970 = 47 years of power.

4) Margrethe II (Denmark) => 14 january 1972 = 45 years of power.

5) Carl XVI Gustaf (Sweden) => September 1973 = 44 years of power.

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21 minutes ago, Emperor Babylon said:

Top 5 list (October 2017) :

 

1) Elizabeth II (England) => 8 February 1952 = 65 years of power.

2) Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah (Brunei) => October 1967 = 50 years of power.

3) Sultan Qabous (Oman) => 23 july 1970 = 47 years of power.

4) Margrethe II (Denmark) => 14 january 1972 = 45 years of power.

5) Carl XVI Gustaf (Sweden) => September 1973 = 44 years of power.

 

An interesting bit of trivia, but not really enough to hold its own legs as a thread. Merged with a previous leaders thread.

 

Welcome to the forums Babylon, I would recommend in the future using the forum's search function to see if there's already a relevant thread before creating one yourself.

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3 hours ago, TomTomTelekom said:

fucking hell the shit is going to hit the fan big time ! as if things in the Middle East weren't bad enough!

 

edit- rather unpleasant video evidence that he is in fact dead. lookaway if you are easily offended! 

Edited by Death Impends
Video put into spoiler

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1 hour ago, CoffinLodger said:

fucking hell the shit is going to hit the fan big time ! as if things in the Middle East weren't bad enough!

 

edit- rather unpleasant video evidence that he is in fact dead. lookaway if you are easily offended! 

 

So long as they are killing Each other, That is fine with me. Remember the old phrase: the only good ( fill in the blank) is a dead one.

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On 08/12/2013 at 09:21, Deathray said:

Barnabas Sibusiso Dlamani, President of Swaziland, 71

Reported to be gravely ill:skull:

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On 01/06/2018 at 00:01, Joey Russ said:

Dead. Sorry if this was already reported, but I could not find it.

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Abdel Rahman Swar al-Dahab, former president of Sudan, reported dead aged 84.

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On 08/12/2013 at 17:21, Deathray said:
  • Hans-Adam II, Prince of Liechtenstein, 68

 

76 today :birthday:

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On 08/12/2013 at 17:21, Deathray said:

A big list of current state leaders over 65 for deathlist reference. Former state leaders will be added in due course.

 

Current State Leaders

  • Tuliaeoa Aiona Sailele Malielegaoi, Prime Minister of Samoa, 68

Samoa is having a constitutional crisis (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2021_Samoan_constitutional_crisis) as the 74-year old O le Ao o le Malo (head of state) Tuimalealiifano Va'aletoa Sualauvi II issued a proclamation purporting to prevent the Legislative Assembly of Samoa from meeting in the wake of the April 2021 Samoan general election.

 

How long can this guy, Tuliaeoa Aiona Sailele Malielegaoi still be the Prime Minister? He's 76 and has been the PM since 1998

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On 22/05/2021 at 20:28, arghton said:

How long can this guy, Tuliaeoa Aiona Sailele Malielegaoi still be the Prime Minister? He's 76 and has been the PM since 1998

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That giant fucker won't accept that he lost the election for the first time since becoming Prime Minister in 1998. His party, the "Human Rights Protection Party" has dominated Samoan elections since 1982 and now refuses to yield power to the new government.

How large is the chance of him suffering a heart attack during the next few weeks or months?

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