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Oldest Living State Leaders DP

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I'll pick now wheelchair-bound Jules Sedney.

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Pei-tsun'ing it up again.

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There's a bit of an African theme going on what with Dawda Jamara last week  and now Robert Mugabe so maybe Kenneth Kaunda will be next ... I'll go with him 

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I pick Guillermo Rodriguez please

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I'll take the old fucker who's Malaysia PM. His first stint was in the 60s if I recall. 

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Since Daniel arap Moi is being dramatic again, watch someone else die. Miloš Jakeš.

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So Iraqi Don Quixote Adnan Pachachi has died at 96. For the first time no points are awarded as I was the last to pick him before chaging my pick to Jules Sedney. As per rules, a new round is started anyaway. And be more careful this time!

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Sixteenth round

 

1)Yasuhiro Nakasone (1918), Prime Minister of Japan

2)Hyun Soong-jong (1919), Prime Minister of South Korea

3)Hau Pei-tsun (1919), Prime Minister of Taiwan

4)Javier Perez de Cuellar (1920), Prime Minister of Perù

5)Josip Manolic (1920), Prime Minister of Croatia

6)Kim Yong-ju (1920), vacancy Head of State of North Korea

7)Tun Tin (1920), Prime Minister of Burma

8)Mustafa ben Halim (1921), Prime Minister of Lybia

9)Francisco Morales Bermudez (1921), President of Perù

10)Luis Echeverria (1922), President of Mexico

11)Janez Stanovnik (1922), President of Communist Slovenia

12)Milos Jakes (1922), General Secretary of the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia

13)Jules Sedney (1922), Prime Minister of Suriname

14)Branislav Soskic (1922) President of Communist Montenegro

15) Lee Teng-hui (1923), President of Taiwan

16)Khamtai Siphandon (1924) Prime Minister and President of Laos

17)Tomiichi Murayama (1924) Prime Minister of Japan

18)Abderrahmane Youssoufi (1924) Prime Minister of Morocco

19)Kenneth Kaunda (1924) President of Zambia

20)Daniel arap Moi (1924), President of Kenya

21)Jimmy Carter (1924), President of United States of America

22)Lubomir Strougal (1924), Prime Minister of Czechoslovakia

23)Guillermo Rodriguez Lara (1924), President of Ecuador

24)Abdelsalam Majali (1925), Prime Minister of Jordan

25)Ali Hassan Mwinyi (1925), President of Tanzania

26)Giorgio Napolitano (1925), President of Italy

27)Mahathir Mohamad (1925), Prime Minister of Malaysia

28)Mohammad Hasan Sharq (1925), Chairman of Council of Ministers of Afghanistan

29)Ali Bozer (1925), Prime Minister of Turkey

30)Yang Hyong-sop (1925), Chairman of the Presidium of North Korea

 

Yang Hyong-sop lost his seat in a generational reshuffle in August 2019. He is apparently in excellent health and still making lots of public appearances. Choose your picks!

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Sixteenth round masterlist:

 

Joey Russ: Jimmy Carter

chilean way: Giorgio Napolitano

Tower1: Lubomír Štrougal

Ulitzer95: Daniel arap Moi

CoffinLodger: Javier Perez de Cuellar

theoldlady: Tun Tin

drol: Jules Sedney

The Quim Reaper: Hau Pei-tsun

Newjack: Mustafa ben Halim

The Unknown Man: Kenneth Kaunda

Lafaucheuse: Yasuhiro Nakasone

paddyfool: Josip Manolic

Sir Creep: Mohammad Hasan Sharq

Bibliogryphon: Mahathir Mohamad

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Jimmy Carter 

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I pick Lubomir Strougal. Btw Lee Teng-hui is now the only living state leader born in 1923.

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8 minutes ago, Ulitzer95 said:

Arap Moi plz.

Good luck.

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I'll just go with Javier perez De Cuellar.They can't all live to 100 after all,surely  ! 

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Tun Tin please.

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Sedney again.

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I’ll have who my phone’s autocorrect function is desperately keen to call “Hay Pro Stun” please drol.

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6 minutes ago, The Quim Reaper said:

I’ll have who my phone’s autocorrect function is desperately keen to call “Hay Pro Stun” please drol.

Hau Pei-tsun is a kind of new Bracknell for you!

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