Alberto Vaquina

1961 - Today

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Alberto Vaquina (born July 4, 1961) is a Mozambican politician who served as Prime Minister of Mozambique from 2012 to 2015. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Alberto Vaquina has received more than 14,596 page views. His biography is available in 18 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 16 in 2019). Alberto Vaquina is the 14,702nd most popular politician (down from 13,260th in 2019), the 28th most popular biography from Mozambique and the 11th most popular Mozambican Politician.

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    Languages Editions (L)

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Among politicians, Alberto Vaquina ranks 14,702 out of 15,710. Before him are Gábor Vona, Jan Björklund, Liz Cheney, Sol Plaatje, Maxine Waters, and Alexei Nemov. After him are Sam Nunn, N. Chandrababu Naidu, David Thompson, Anna Tibaijuka, María Dolores de Cospedal, and Roger Wicker.

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Among people born in 1961, Alberto Vaquina ranks 504Before him are Josefina Vázquez Mota, Warrel Dane, Sean Hannity, İsmet Yılmaz, Yusuke Adachi, and Mary Kay Bergman. After him are David Thompson, Katrin Dörre-Heinig, Miguel Abia Biteo Boricó, Salva, Bruce Timm, and José Touré.

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In Mozambique

Among people born in Mozambique, Alberto Vaquina ranks 28 out of 31. Before him are Luísa Diogo (1958), Vicente Lucas (1935), António Calvário (1938), Maria Mutola (1972), Pascoal Mocumbi (1941), and Afonso Dhlakama (1953). After him are Simão Mate Junior (1988), Jorge Cadete (1968), and Mexer (1988).

Among POLITICIANS In Mozambique

Among politicians born in Mozambique, Alberto Vaquina ranks 11Before him are Eduardo Mondlane (1920), Filipe Nyusi (1959), Carlos Agostinho do Rosário (1954), Luísa Diogo (1958), Pascoal Mocumbi (1941), and Afonso Dhlakama (1953).