Baciro Djá

1973 - Today

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Baciro Djá is a Bissau-Guinean politician who was the Prime Minister of Guinea-Bissau from 27 May 2016 to 18 November 2016. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Baciro Djá has received more than 24,340 page views. Her biography is available in 16 different languages on Wikipedia. Baciro Djá is the 15,220th most popular politician (down from 13,728th in 2019), the 21st most popular biography from Guinea-Bissau (down from 17th in 2019) and the 16th most popular Guinea-Bissauan Politician.

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  • 24k

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  • 48.13

    Historical Popularity Index (HPI)

  • 16

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 6.14

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 1.63

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among politicians, Baciro Djá ranks 15,220 out of 15,710Before her are Màxim Huerta, Olene Walker, Tom Corbett, Akhilesh Yadav, Albert Demchenko, and Diederik Samsom. After her are Sven Mikser, Basdeo Panday, Yevgeny Sadovyi, Joachim B. Olsen, Barbara Lee, and Roy Cooper.

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Among people born in 1973, Baciro Djá ranks 599Before her are Steven de Jongh, Katrin Apel, Abdullah Zubromawi, Marian Hristov, Mahima Chaudhry, and Akhilesh Yadav. After her are Sven Mikser, Yevgeny Sadovyi, Travis Knight, Prabhu Deva, Nikolai Khabibulin, and Lionel Letizi.

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In Guinea-Bissau

Among people born in Guinea-Bissau, Baciro Djá ranks 21 out of 27Before her are Eder (1987), Umaro Sissoco Embaló (1972), Ansu Fati (2002), Nuno Gomes Nabiam (1966), Bruma (1994), and Danilo Pereira (1991). After her are Yannick Djaló (1986), Esmaël Gonçalves (1991), Edgar Ié (1994), Toni Silva (1993), Amido Baldé (1991), and Francisco Júnior (1992).

Among POLITICIANS In Guinea-Bissau

Among politicians born in Guinea-Bissau, Baciro Djá ranks 16Before her are Carlos Gomes Júnior (1949), Veríssimo Correia Seabra (1947), Raimundo Pereira (1956), Aristides Gomes (1954), Umaro Sissoco Embaló (1972), and Nuno Gomes Nabiam (1966).