Claudette Werleigh

1946 - Today

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Claudette Werleigh (born 26 September 1946) was Prime Minister of Haïti from November 7, 1995 to March 6, 1996. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Claudette Werleigh has received more than 18,227 page views. Her biography is available in 16 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 15 in 2019). Claudette Werleigh is the 14,352nd most popular politician (down from 13,148th in 2019), the 50th most popular biography from Haiti and the 30th most popular Haitian Politician.

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  • 16

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Among politicians, Claudette Werleigh ranks 14,352 out of 15,710. Before her are Malik Ghulam Muhammad, James Barbour, Sexred, Anton Rop, Daniel Goldin, and Marian Kotleba. After her are Les Aspin, Kamla Persad-Bissessar, Natalya Petrusyova, Luis Fortuño, Selwyn Lloyd, and James McHenry.

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Among people born in 1946, Claudette Werleigh ranks 585Before her are Susan Saint James, Zeca, Naveen Patnaik, Rosanna Marani, Holly Woodlawn, and Isamu Sonoda. After her are Adolfo Nef, Tim O'Brien, Zygmunt Anczok, Marina Lewycka, Bob Seagren, and Stuart Pankin.

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In Haiti

Among people born in Haiti, Claudette Werleigh ranks 50 out of 66. Before her are Constantin Henriquez (1850), Jacques-Édouard Alexis (1947), Joseph Serge Miot (1946), Chibly Langlois (1958), Guy François (1947), and Jean-Max Bellerive (1958). After her are Arsène Auguste (1951), Bruny Surin (1967), Garcelle Beauvais (1966), Adonis Stevenson (1977), Jean Pascal (1982), and Réginal Goreux (1987).


Among politicians born in Haiti, Claudette Werleigh ranks 30Before her are Joseph Nérette (1924), Raoul Cédras (1949), Michèle Pierre-Louis (1947), Jocelerme Privert (1953), Jacques-Édouard Alexis (1947), and Jean-Max Bellerive (1958). After her are Laurent Lamothe (1972) and Fritz William Michel (1980).