List of oldest living state leaders

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This article lists the 100 oldest living current or former state leaders whose age can be demonstrated beyond reasonable doubt. State leaders are defined to include heads of state (including representatives who act in their stead, generally a governor-general), heads of government and internationally recognized de facto leaders[lower-greek 1] of sovereign states with significant international recognition. Leaders are not included if no reliable secondary sources have confirmed that the leader is alive within the last 10 years.

Miscellaneous information and Gallery[change | change source]

Name State Position Birth Death Age Reference Notes
Main List
Living Oldest
Guillermo Rodríguez
 Ecuador Acting President (1972–1976) 4 November 1923 Alive 100 years, 116 days [2] Oldest Living since his birthdate was changed on 11 October 2023 (140 days)
2nd-Oldest

Khamtai Siphandone

 Laos Prime Minister (1991–1998)
Chairman of the People's Revolutionary Party (1992–2006)
President (1998–2006)
8 February 1924 100 years, 20 days [3]
3rd-Oldest

Tomiichi Murayama

 Japan Prime Minister (1994–1996) 3 March 1924 99 years, 362 days [4]
10th-oldest

Raif Dizdarević

 Yugoslavia President of the Presidency of Yugoslavia (1988–1989) 9 December 1926 97 years, 81 days [5]
67th-oldest

Paul Biya[6]

 Cameroon Prime Minister (1975–1982)
President (1982–present)
13 February 1933 91 years, 15 days [6]
100th-oldest Ingvar Carlsson  Sweden Prime Minister (1986–1991; 1994–1996) 9 November 1934 Alive 89 years, 111 days [7]
Hamilton Green  Guyana Prime Minister (1985–1992) [8]
Most Recent to Die

Dries van Agt

 Netherlands Prime Minister (1977–1982) 2 February 1931 5 February 2024 93 years, 3 days [9]
Addendum
Living

Severino Tura

 San Marino Captain Regent (1985) 1934 89 years, 59 days to
90 years, 58 days
[10] most recent to Join (uncertain DOB)

Josip Manolić

 Croatia Prime Minister (1990–1991) 22 March 1920 103 years, 343 days [11] Oldest (Unclear Status)

Laurie Greig

 Cook Islands Acting Queen's Representative (2000–2001) 24 February 1929 95 years, 4 days [12] Most recent to Join (unclear status)

Félix Mouzabakani

 Congo-Brazzaville Member of the Provisional Government (1963)[lower-greek 2] 1934 89 years, 59 days to
90 years, 58 days
[13] Most recent to Join (unclear status with uncertain DOB)
Most recent to Die

Angelo Sodano

 Vatican City Secretary of State during Sede Vacante (2005)
Dean of the College of Cardinals during Sede Vacante (2013)
23 November 1927 27 May 2022 94 years, 185 days [14]

List[change | change source]

     Currently in office

No. Name State Position Birth Age Living as of
1 Guillermo Rodríguez  Ecuador Acting President (1972–1976) 4 November 1923 100 years, 116 days 4 November 2023[2]
2 Khamtai Siphandone  Laos Prime Minister (1991–1998)
Chairman of the People's Revolutionary Party (1992–2006)
President (1998–2006)
8 February 1924 100 years, 20 days 15 August 2023[3]
3 Tomiichi Murayama  Japan Prime Minister (1994–1996) 3 March 1924 99 years, 362 days 2 April 2023[4]
4 Jimmy Carter  United States President (1977–1981) 1 October 1924 99 years, 150 days 17 November 2023[15]
5 Ali Hassan Mwinyi  Tanzania President (1985–1995)
National Chairman of the Chama Cha Mapinduzi (1990–1992)
8 May 1925 98 years, 296 days 18 February 2023[16]
6 Mahathir Mohamad  Malaysia Prime Minister (1981–2003; 2018–2020) 10 July 1925 98 years, 233 days 20 Octtober 2023[17]
7 Mohammad Hasan Sharq  Afghanistan Chairman of the Council of Ministers (1988–1989) 17 July 1925 98 years, 226 days 30 August 2016[18]
8 Abdoulaye Wade  Senegal President (2000–2012) 29 May 1926 97 years, 275 days 5 July 2023[19]
9 Valdas Adamkus  Lithuania President (1998–2003; 2004–2009) 3 November 1926 97 years, 117 days 3 November 2023[20]
10 Raif Dizdarević  Yugoslavia President of the Presidency (1988–1989) 9 December 1926 97 years, 81 days 6 March 2023[5]
11 Thanin Kraivichien  Thailand Prime Minister (1976–1977) 5 April 1927 96 years, 329 days 11 January 2023[21]
12 Kim Yong-nam  North Korea Chairman of the Presidium of the Supreme People's Assembly (1998–2019) 4 February 1928 96 years, 24 days 11 January 2021[22]
13 Arnold Rüütel  Estonia Chairman of the Supreme Council (1991–1992)
President (2001–2006)
10 May 1928 95 years, 294 days 10 May 2023[23]
14 Arthur Foulkes  Bahamas Governor-General (2010–2014) 11 May 1928 95 years, 293 days 22 February 2023[24]
15 Péter Boross  Hungary Prime Minister (1993–1994) 27 August 1928 95 years, 185 days 27 August 2023[25]
16 Zhu Rongji  China Premier of the State Council (1998–2003) 23 October 1928 95 years, 128 days 6 January 2023[26]
17 Édouard Balladur  France Prime Minister (1993–1995) 2 May 1929 94 years, 302 days 2 July 2023[27]
18 Sam Nujoma  Namibia President (1990–2005) 12 May 1929 94 years, 292 days 12 May 2023[28]
19 Orville Turnquest  Bahamas Governor-General (1995–2001) 19 July 1929 94 years, 224 days 20 February 2023[29]
20 Jamshid bin Abdullah  Zanzibar Sultan (1963–1964) 16 September 1929 94 years, 165 days 16 September 2020[30]
21 Violeta Chamorro  Nicaragua Member of the Junta of National Reconstruction (1979–1980)
President (1990–1997)
18 October 1929 94 years, 133 days 18 October 2023[31]
22 Gombojavyn Ochirbat  Mongolia General Secretary of the People's Revolutionary Party (1990) 15 November 1929 94 years, 105 days 6 December 2021[32]
23 Alfred Moisiu  Albania President (2002–2007) 1 December 1929 94 years, 89 days 4 January 2023[33]
24 Selim Hoss  Lebanon Prime Minister (1976–1980; 1987–1990; 1998–2000)
Acting President (1988–1989; 1989)
20 December 1929 94 years, 70 days 6 April 2022[34]
Lee Hyun-jae  South Korea Prime Minister (1988) 28 October 2021[35]
Milan Panić  Yugoslavia Federal Prime Minister (1992–1993) 30 May 2023[36]
27 Efraín Goldenberg  Peru Prime Minister (1994–1995) 28 December 1929 94 years, 62 days 15 June 2022[37]
28 Ahmed Osman  Morocco Prime Minister (1972–1979) 3 January 1930 94 years, 56 days 2 June 2020[38]
29 Ion Iliescu  Romania Chairman of the National Salvation Front Council (1989–1990)
President of the Provisional National Unity Council (1990)
President (1990–1996; 2000–2004)
3 March 1930 93 years, 362 days 25 September 2023[39]
30 Vigdís Finnbogadóttir  Iceland President (1980–1996) 15 April 1930 93 years, 319 days 23 May 2023[40]
31 José Sarney  Brazil President (1985–1990) 24 April 1930 93 years, 310 days 11 October 2023[41]
32 Kesang Choden  Bhutan Regent (1972) 21 May 1930 93 years, 283 days 13 August 2022[42]
33 Gonzalo Sánchez de Lozada  Bolivia President (1993–1997; 2002–2003) 1 July 1930 93 years, 242 days 18 June 2023[43]
34 Ivy Dumont  Bahamas Acting Governor-General (2001–2002)
Governor-General (2002–2005)
2 October 1930 93 years, 149 days 5 July 2021[44]
35 A. Q. M. Badruddoza Chowdhury  Bangladesh President (2001–2002) 11 October 1930 93 years, 140 days 11 October 2023[45]
36 Mabandla Dlamini  Swaziland Prime Minister (1979–1983) 11 November 1930 93 years, 109 days 9 February 2019[46]
37 Choe Yong-rim  North Korea Premier (2010–2013) 20 November 1930 93 years, 100 days 13 June 2022[47]
38 Cesar Virata  Philippines Prime Minister (1981–1986) 12 December 1930 93 years, 78 days 15 May 2023[48]
39 William Deane  Australia Governor-General (1996–2001) 4 January 1931 93 years, 55 days 10 December 2021[49]
Cleopa Msuya  Tanzania Prime Minister (1980–1983; 1994–1995) 14 June 2023[50]
41 Philip Greaves  Barbados Acting Governor-General (2017–2018) 19 January 1931 93 years, 40 days 2 January 2022[51]
42 Isabel Perón  Argentina President (1974–1976) 4 February 1931 93 years, 24 days 3 February 2022[52]
43 Lamberto Dini  Italy Prime Minister (1995–1996) 1 March 1931 92 years, 364 days 1 March 2023[53]
44 Elliott Belgrave  Barbados Acting Governor-General (2011–2012)
Governor-General (2012–2017)
16 March 1931 92 years, 349 days 16 March 2018[54]
45 George Vassiliou  Cyprus President (1988–1993) 20 May 1931 92 years, 284 days 12 February 2023[55]
46 Raúl Castro  Cuba President of the Council of State (2006–2018)
President of the Council of Ministers (2006–2018)
First Secretary of the Communist Party (2011–2021)
3 June 1931 92 years, 270 days 3 June 2023[56]
47 Fernando Henrique Cardoso  Brazil President (1995–2002) 18 June 1931 92 years, 255 days 19 June 2023[57]
48 Khieu Samphan Template:Country data Democratic Kampuchea Acting Prime Minister (1976)
Chairman of the State Presidium (1976–1979)
28 July 1931 92 years, 215 days 1 February 2023[58]
49 Pié Masumbuko  Burundi Acting Prime Minister (1965) 29 September 1931 92 years, 152 days 10 April 2023[59]
50 Muhammad Jamiruddin Sircar  Bangladesh Acting President (2002) 1 December 1931 92 years, 89 days 13 March 2023[60]
51 Javier Valle Riestra  Peru Prime Minister (1998) 5 January 1932 92 years, 54 days 12 June 2023[61]
52 Edmund Lawrence  Saint Kitts and Nevis Governor-General (2013–2015) 14 February 1932 92 years, 14 days 4 November 2022[62]
53 Tang Fei  Taiwan President of the Executive Yuan (2000) 15 March 1932 91 years, 350 days 17 January 2021[63]
54 Chavalit Yongchaiyudh  Thailand Prime Minister (1996–1997) 15 May 1932 91 years, 289 days 4 August 2023[64]
55 Marguerite Pindling  Bahamas Governor-General (2014–2019) 26 June 1932 91 years, 247 days 30 March 2023[65]
56 Anand Panyarachun  Thailand Prime Minister (1991–1992; 1992) 9 August 1932 91 years, 203 days 8 May 2023[66]
57 Sirikit Regent (1956) 12 August 1932 91 years, 200 days 12 August 2023[67]
58 Gavril Dejeu  Romania Acting Prime Minister (1998) 11 September 1932 91 years, 170 days 16 June 2023[68]
59 Manmohan Singh  India Prime Minister (2004–2014) 26 September 1932 91 years, 155 days 12 August 2023[69]
60 Vytautas Landsbergis  Lithuania Chairman of the Supreme Council (1991–1992) 18 October 1932 91 years, 133 days 11 November 2023[70]
61 Vitold Fokin  Ukraine Prime Minister (1991–1992) 25 October 1932 91 years, 126 days 9 October 2023[71]
62 Ugo Mifsud Bonnici  Malta President (1994–1999) 8 November 1932 91 years, 112 days 9 April 2023[72]
63 Kim Suk-soo  South Korea Prime Minister (2002–2003) 20 November 1932 91 years, 100 days 16 November 2022[73]
Colville Young  Belize Governor-General (1993–2021) 14 March 2023[74]
65 Than Shwe  Myanmar Chairman of the State Peace and Development Council (1992–2011)
Prime Minister (1992–2003)
Chairman of the Union Solidarity and Development Association (1993–2011)
2 February 1933 91 years, 26 days 21 April 2023[75]
66 Paul Biya  Cameroon Prime Minister (1975–1982)
President (1982–present)
13 February 1933 91 years, 15 days 13 February 2023[6]
67 Mark Eyskens  Belgium Prime Minister (1981) 29 April 1933 90 years, 305 days 28 April 2023[76]
68 H. D. Deve Gowda  India Prime Minister (1996–1997) 18 May 1933 90 years, 286 days 18 May 2023[77]
69 Hüsamettin Cindoruk  Turkey Acting President (1993) 8 June 1933 90 years, 265 days 18 June 2023[78]
70 Fouad Mebazaa  Tunisia Acting President (2011) 15 June 1933 90 years, 258 days 30 July 2023[79]
71 Dumaagiin Sodnom  Mongolia Chairman of the Council of Ministers (1984–1990) 14 July 1933 90 years, 229 days 28 June 2022[80]
72 Suchinda Kraprayoon  Thailand Prime Minister (1992) 6 August 1933 90 years, 206 days 24 March 2019[81]
73 Rubén Darío Paredes  Panama Commander of the National Guard (1982–1983) 11 August 1933 90 years, 201 days 16 March 2023[82]
74 Arnold Koller   Switzerland Federal Council Member (1986–1999)
President (1990; 1997)
29 August 1933 90 years, 183 days 29 August 2023[83]
75 Mátyás Szűrös  Hungary Provisional President (1989–1990) 11 September 1933 90 years, 170 days 18 September 2023[84]
76 Michel Aoun  Lebanon President (2016–2022)[lower-greek 3] 30 September 1933 90 years, 151 days 6 June 2023[85]
77 Abel Pacheco  Costa Rica President (2002–2006) 22 December 1933 90 years, 68 days 16 June 2023[86]
78 Akihito  Japan Emperor (1989–2019) 23 December 1933 90 years, 67 days 20 October 2023[87]
79 Rudolf Schuster  Slovakia President (1999–2004) 4 January 1934 90 years, 55 days 7 June 2023[88]
80 Jean Chrétien  Canada Prime Minister (1993–2003) 11 January 1934 90 years, 48 days 5 May 2023[89]
81 Édith Cresson  France Prime Minister (1991–1992) 27 January 1934 90 years, 32 days 13 October 2023[90]
82 Eddie Fenech Adami  Malta Prime Minister (1987–1996; 1998–2004)
President (2004–2009)
7 February 1934 90 years, 21 days 20 August 2023[91]
83 Mohamed Ennaceur  Tunisia Acting President (2019) 21 March 1934 89 years, 344 days 21 March 2023[92]
84 J. Y. Pillay  Singapore Acting President (2017) 30 March 1934 89 years, 335 days 25 July 2023[93]
85 Édouard Frank  Central African Republic Prime Minister (1991–1992) 5 April 1934 89 years, 329 days 26 March 2014[94]
86 John Malecela  Tanzania Prime Minister (1990–1994) 19 April 1934 89 years, 315 days 15 May 2023[95]
87 Pedro Pires  Cape Verde Prime Minister (1975–1991)
President (2001–2011)
29 April 1934 89 years, 305 days 14 February 2022[96]
88 Lee Hong-koo  South Korea Prime Minister (1994–1995) 9 May 1934 89 years, 295 days 28 March 2023[97]
89 Heng Samrin  Kampuchea President of the Council of State (1979–1992)
General Secretary of the People's Revolutionary Party (1981–1991)
25 May 1934 89 years, 279 days 25 May 2023[98]
90 Monica Dacon  Saint Vincent and the
Grenadines
Acting Governor-General (2002) 4 June 1934 89 years, 269 days 26 February 2019[99]
91 Albert II  Belgium King (1993–2013) 6 June 1934 89 years, 267 days 5 July 2023[100]
92 Désiré Rakotoarijaona  Madagascar Prime Minister (1977–1988) 19 June 1934 89 years, 254 days 8 August 2015[101]
93 Fernando José de França
Dias Van-Dúnem
 Angola Prime Minister (1991–1992; 1996–1999) 24 August 1934 89 years, 188 days 27 November 2021[102]
94 Ricardo de la Espriella  Panama President (1982–1984) 5 September 1934 89 years, 176 days 7 September 2017[103]
95 Apas Jumagulov  Kyrgyzstan Prime Minister (1993–1998) 19 September 1934 89 years, 162 days 8 July 2023[104]
96 Eugene Koffi Adoboli  Togo Prime Minister (1999–2000) 3 October 1934 89 years, 148 days 6 September 2020[105]
97 Yakubu Gowon  Nigeria Head of the Federal Military Government (1966–1975) 19 October 1934 89 years, 132 days 4 May 2023[106]
98 Ingvar Carlsson  Sweden Prime Minister (1986–1991; 1994–1996) 9 November 1934 89 years, 111 days 26 December 2023[107]
Hamilton Green  Guyana Prime Minister (1985–1992) 26 May 2023[108]
100 Nicéphore Soglo  Benin Acting Prime Minister (1990–1991)
President (1991–1996)
29 November 1934 89 years, 91 days 27 September 2018[109]

Addendum[change | change source]

Uncertain date of birth[change | change source]

Name State Position Birth Age Living as of
The following individuals might be older than #100–54 on this list, but their exact date of birth is uncertain.
Abdul Rauf al-Kasm  Syria Prime Minister (1980–1987) 1932 91 years, 59 days to
92 years, 58 days
29 January 2020[110]
Severino Tura  San Marino Captain Regent (1985) 1934 89 years, 59 days to
90 years, 58 days
7 August 2018[10]

Unclear status as state leaders[change | change source]

Name State Position Birth Age Living as of
The following individuals are older than #97–1 on this list, but their status as a state leader is unclear.[lower-greek 4]
Josip Manolić  Croatia Prime Minister (1990–1991) 22 March 1920 103 years, 343 days 22 March 2023[11]
César Yanes Urías  El Salvador Member of the Junta of Government (1960–1961) 24 April 1920 103 years, 310 days 11 October 2018[111]
Ali Haroun  Algeria Member of the High Council of State (1992–1994) 8 February 1927 97 years, 20 days 24 March 2022[112]
Laurie Greig  Cook Islands Acting Queen's Representative (2000–2001) 24 February 1929 95 years, 4 days 12 September 2023[12]
Michael J. Williams  Trinidad and Tobago Acting President during absence (1987) 16 October 1929 94 years, 135 days 7 October 2022[113]
Christian Schwarz-Schilling  Bosnia and Herzegovina High Representative (2006–2007) 19 Nov 1930 93 years, 101 days 15 Sep 2022[114]
Karan Singh Template:Country data Jammu and Kashmir (princely state) Prince Regent (1949–1952) 9 March 1931 92 years, 356 days 20 September 2023[115]
Nicola Mancino  Italy President of the Senate acting as head of state (1999) 15 October 1931 92 years, 136 days 7 July 2023[116]
Dumitru Mazilu  Romania Member of the National Salvation Front Council (1989–1990) 24 June 1934 89 years, 249 days 24 December 2021[117]

Unclear status as state leaders with an uncertain date of birth[change | change source]

Name State Position Birth Age Living as of
The following individuals might be older than #100–40 on this list, however their exact dates of birth are uncertain and their status as a state leader is unclear.
Waldo Bernal Pereira [es]  Bolivia Member of the Junta of Commanders of the Armed Forces (1980)[lower-greek 5]
Member of the Junta of Commanders of the Armed Forces (1981)
1931 or 1934 92 years, 59 days to
93 years, 58 days; or
89 years, 59 days to
90 years, 58 days
30 April 2018[118]
Félix Mouzabakani  Congo-Brazzaville Member of the Provisional Government (1963)[lower-greek 6] 1934 89 years, 59 days to
90 years, 58 days
7 November 2020[13]

Related pages[change | change source]

Other websites[change | change source]

  • United Nations—a list of heads of state, heads of government, and foreign ministers
  • WorldStatesmen—an online encyclopedia of the leaders of nations and territories

Notes[change | change source]

  1. Including but not limited to Prime Ministers of Peru, recognized as heads of government by the United Nations[1] and party leaders of single-party states.
  2. Mouzabakani, as Co-Commander of the Army, was a member of the collective interim government that took control of the Republic of the Congo during 3 days in August 1963.
  3. Aoun was the disputed Prime Minister of Lebanon from 1988–1990, and simultaneously also the disputed acting President.
  4. They were either members of collective presidencies without a clear leader, interim leaders, de facto leaders, widely recognised leaders whose true power was limited or leaders of political entities whose status as sovereign states was unclear or disputed.
  5. The Bolivian Juntas of Commanders of the Armed Forces were interim collective presidencies without a clear leader.
  6. Mouzabakani, as Co-Commander of the Army, was a member of the collective interim government that took control of the Republic of the Congo during 3 days in August 1963.

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