Aileen Baviera

1959 - 2020

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Aileen San Pablo-Baviera (August 26, 1959 – March 21, 2020) was a Filipino political scientist and sinologist. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Aileen Baviera has received more than 29,109 page views. Her biography is available in 21 different languages on Wikipedia. Aileen Baviera is the 15,635th most popular politician, the 97th most popular biography from Philippines and the 35th most popular Filipino Politician.

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Among politicians, Aileen Baviera ranks 15,635 out of 15,710Before her are Elise Stefanik, Adam Kinzinger, Martha Roby, Danica Roem, Nanfadima Magassouba, and Mhairi Black. After her are Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya and Irfaan Ali.

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Among people born in 1959, Aileen Baviera ranks 603Before her are Rowdy Gaines, Brian Goodell, Steve Whitmire, Keith Olbermann, Lynette Woodard, and John Whittingdale.  Among people deceased in 2020, Aileen Baviera ranks 553Before her are Pop Smoke, Marius Žaliūkas, Princess María Teresa of Bourbon-Parma, Nick Cordero, Sarah Hegazi, and Robert Trump. After her are Nasser Shabani, Floyd Cardoz, George Floyd, and Polad Hashimov.

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In Philippines

Among people born in Philippines, Aileen Baviera ranks 97 out of 96Before her are Kim Chiu (1990), Angel Locsin (1985), Mansueto Velasco (1974), Hidilyn Diaz (1991), Carla Abellana (1986), and Josefa Francisco (1954).

Among POLITICIANS In Philippines

Among politicians born in Philippines, Aileen Baviera ranks 35Before her are Juan Ponce Enrile (1924), Leni Robredo (1965), Miriam Defensor Santiago (1945), Fernando Lopez (1904), Salvador Laurel (1928), and Noli de Castro (1949).