Enex Jean-Charles

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Enex Jean-Charles (French pronunciation: [ɛnɛks ʒɑ̃ ʃaʁl], born 18 July 1960) is a Haitian politician who served as Prime Minister of Haiti from March 2016 until March 2017. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Enex Jean-Charles has received more than 61,090 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Enex Jean-Charles is the 17,841st most popular politician, the 74th most popular biography from Haiti and the 41st most popular Haitian Politician.

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  • 1.60

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)


Among politicians, Enex Jean-Charles ranks 17,841 out of 19,576Before him are Moshood Abiola, Thomas Kemmerich, Edward Bates, Kirsten Gillibrand, Paul LePage, and Charlie Crist. After him are Bill Lee, Vivek Ramaswamy, Edith Cowan, Marit Nybakk, Jack Valenti, and Kofi Abrefa Busia.

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Among people born in 1960, Enex Jean-Charles ranks 621Before him are Diego Rodríguez, Gurinder Chadha, Gábor Pölöskei, David Nutter, Wolf Haas, and Road Warrior Animal. After him are Kevin A. Ford, Mohanlal, Julianne Phillips, Sibel Siber, Gregory Colbert, and Claude Joseph.

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In Haiti

Among people born in Haiti, Enex Jean-Charles ranks 74 out of 94Before him are Claudette Werleigh (1946), Roger Saint-Vil (1949), Pierre Bayonne (1949), Wilner Piquant (1951), Philippe Vorbe (1947), and Jean-Claude Désir (1946). After him are Joseph Jouthe (1961), Jean-Henry Céant (1956), Garcelle Beauvais (1966), Jack Guy Lafontant (1961), Laurent Lamothe (1972), and Meta Golding (1971).


Among politicians born in Haiti, Enex Jean-Charles ranks 41Before him are Louis Eugène Roy (1861), Evans Paul (1955), Jacques-Édouard Alexis (1947), Jean-Max Bellerive (1958), Hérard Abraham (1940), and Claudette Werleigh (1946). After him are Joseph Jouthe (1961), Jean-Henry Céant (1956), Jack Guy Lafontant (1961), Laurent Lamothe (1972), and Fritz William Michel (1980).