The World’s Leaders: A List – F

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[Edit 20 Sep 2022: Elizabeth II, former queen of Fiji, has passed away.]

FIJI

The Republic of Fiji’s current state leaders are President Ratu Wiliame Katonivere (born 1964), who assumed office on 12 November 2021; and Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama (born 1954), who assumed office on 5 January 2007.

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Ratu Wiliame Katonivere
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Frank Bainimarama

Also living are former Presidents Frank Bainimarama (born 1954), who held office in an acting capacity from 29 May 2000 until 13 July 2000, and again from 5 December 2006 until 4 January 2007; Ratu Epeli Nailatikau (born 1941), who held office from 30 July 2009 until 12 November 2015; and Jioji Konrote (born 1947), who held office from 12 November 2015 until 12 November 2021.

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Frank Bainimarama
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Ratu Epeli Mailatikau
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Jioji Konrote

Also living are former Prime Ministers Sitiveni Rabuka (born 1948), who held office from 2 June 1992 until 19 May 1999; and Mahendra Chaudhry (born 1942), who held office from 19 May 1999 until 27 May 2000.

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Sitiveni Rabuka
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Mahendra Chaudhry

FINLAND

The Republic of Finland’s current state leaders are President Sauli Niinistö (born 1948), who assumed office on 1 March 2012; and Prime Minister Sanna Marin (born 1985), who assumed office on 10 December 2019.

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Sauli Niinistö
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Sanna Marin

Living are former Presidents Martti Ahtisaari (born 1937), who held office from 1 March 1994 until 1 March 2000; and Tarja Halonen (born 1943), who held office from 1 March 2000 until 1 March 2012.

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Martti Ahtisaari
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Tarja Halonen

Also living are former Prime Ministers Esko Aho (born 1954), who held office from 26 April 1991 until 13 April 1995; Paavo Lipponen (born 1941), who held office from 13 April 1995 until 17 April 2003; Anneli Jäätteenmäki (born 1955), who held office from 17 April 2003 until 24 June 2003; Matti Vanhanen (born 1955), who held office from 24 June 2003 until 22 June 2010; Mari Kiviniemi (born 1968), who held office from 22 June 2010 until 22 June 2011; Jyrki Katainen (born 1971), who held office from 22 June 2011 until 24 June 2014; Alexander Stubb (born 1968), who held office from 24 June 2014 until 29 May 2015; Juha Sipilä (born 1961), who held office from 29 May 2015 until 6 June 2019; and Antti Rinne (born 1962), who held office from 6 June 2019 until 10 December 2019.

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Esko Aho
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Paavo Lipponen
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Anneli Jäätteenmäki
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Matti Vanhanen
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Mari Kiviniemi
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Jyrki Katainen
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Alexander Stubb
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Juha Sipilä
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Antti Rinne

FRANCE

The French Republic’s current state leaders are President Emmanuel Macron (born 1977), who assumed office on 14 May 2017; and Prime Minister Élisabeth Borne (born 1961), who assumed office on 16 May 2022.

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Emmanuel Macron
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Élisabeth Borne

Living are former Presidents Nicolas Sarkozy (born 1955), who held office from 16 May 2007 until 15 May 2012; and François Hollande (born 1954), who held office from 15 May 2012 until 14 May 2017.

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Nicolas Sarkozy
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François Hollande

Also living are former Prime Ministers Laurent Fabius (born 1946), who held office from 17 July 1984 until 20 March 1986; Édith Cresson (born 1934), who held office from 15 May 1991 until 2 April 1992; Édouard Balladur (born 1929), who held office from 29 March 1993 until 17 May 1995; Alain Juppé (born 1945), who held office from 17 May 1995 until 2 June 1997; Lionel Jospin (born 1937), who held office from 2 June 1997 until 6 May 2002; Jean-Pierre Raffarin (born 1948), who held office from 6 May 2002 until 31 May 2005; Dominique de Villepin (born 1953), who held office from 31 May 2005 until 17 May 2007; François Fillon (born 1954), who held office from 17 May 2007 until 15 May 2012; Jean-Marc Ayrault (born 1950), who held office from 15 May 2012 until 31 March 2014; Manuel Valls (born 1962), who held office from 31 March 2014 until 6 December 2016; Bernard Cazeneuve (born 1963), who held office from 6 December 2016 until 15 May 2017; Édouard Philippe (born 1970), who held office from 15 May 2017 until 3 July 2020; and Jean Castex (born 1965), who held office from 3 July 2020 until 16 May 2022.

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Laurent Fabius
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Édith Cresson
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Édouard Balladur
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Alain Juppé
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Lionel Jospin
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Jean-Pierre Raffarin
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Dominique de Villepin
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François Fillon
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Jean-Marc Ayrault
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Manuel Valls
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Bernard Cazeneuve
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Édouard Philippe
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Jean Castex

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