POLITICIAN

Bernard Makuza

1961 - Today

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Bernard Makuza (born 30 September 1962) is a Rwandan politician who was Prime Minister of Rwanda from 8 March 2000 to 6 October 2011. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Bernard Makuza has received more than 41,301 page views. His biography is available in 25 different languages on Wikipedia. Bernard Makuza is the 14,841st most popular politician (down from 13,256th in 2019), the 16th most popular biography from Rwanda (down from 10th in 2019) and the 11th most popular Rwandan Politician.

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  • 41k

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  • 50.73

    Historical Popularity Index (HPI)

  • 25

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 3.83

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 3.18

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among POLITICIANS

Among politicians, Bernard Makuza ranks 14,841 out of 15,710. Before him are Audronius Ažubalis, Mario Frick, Alberto Gonzales, Mounir Fatmi, Karen Bass, and Ambrose Mandvulo Dlamini. After him are Ana Mato, Drest X, Ghulam Nabi Azad, Tom Ridge, John W. Weeks, and Larry Hogan.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 1961, Bernard Makuza ranks 530Before him are Tim Meadows, Guri Schanke, Mike Thackwell, E. G. Daily, Wendell Brown, and Vermin Supreme. After him are Steve Young, Al Jean, Santiago Lange, George Stephanopoulos, David Lovering, and Ayan Sadakov.

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In Rwanda

Among people born in Rwanda, Bernard Makuza ranks 16 out of 17. Before him are Mutara III Rudahigwa (1911), Melchior Ndadaye (1953), Sylvie Kinigi (1952), Augustin Bizimungu (1952), Kizito Mihigo (1981), and Ncuti Gatwa (1992). After him are Édouard Ngirente (1973).

Among POLITICIANS In Rwanda

Among politicians born in Rwanda, Bernard Makuza ranks 11Before him are Kigeli V of Rwanda (1936), Pasteur Bizimungu (1950), Dominique Mbonyumutwa (1921), Mutara III Rudahigwa (1911), Melchior Ndadaye (1953), and Sylvie Kinigi (1952). After him are Édouard Ngirente (1973).