Mohammed Waheed Hassan

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Mohammed Waheed Hassan

Mohamed Waheed Hassan Manik (Dhivehi: ޑރ. މުޙައްމަދު ވަޙީދު ޙަސަން މަނިކު; Arabic: مُحَمَّد وَحِيد حَسَن مَانِيك; born 3 January 1953) was the 5th President of the Maldives from 7 February 2012 to 17 November 2013, having succeeded to office following the disputed resignation of President Mohamed Nasheed, under whom Waheed had served as the Maldives' first Vice President in over half a century since 2008. He had previously worked as a news anchor, a United Nations official with UNICEF, UNDP and UNESCO, and a member of the Maldivian Parliament. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Mohammed Waheed Hassan has received more than 91,467 page views. His biography is available in 31 different languages on Wikipedia making him the 11,324th most popular politician.

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  • 91k

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  • 46.56

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  • 31

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 7.00

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 3.02

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among POLITICIANS, Mohammed Waheed Hassan ranks 11,324 out of 14,801Before him are Dariga Nazarbayeva, Juhan Kukk, Maia Sandu, Veríssimo Correia Seabra, Rafi ud-Darajat, and Antonio Guzmán Fernández. After him are Cenwalh of Wessex, Tiit Vähi, Kriangsak Chamanan, Józef Bilczewski, Serapio Calderón, and Nnamdi Azikiwe.

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Among people born in 1953, Mohammed Waheed Hassan ranks 179Before him are Colm Meaney, Attilio Bettega, Lars Saabye Christensen, Russell Mulcahy, Slavoljub Muslin, and Marlene Dumas. After him are Pavlo Lazarenko, Artūras Paulauskas, Hisako, Princess Takamado, Oscar Alberto Ortiz, Howard Schultz, and Stuart Baxter.

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In Maldives

Among people born in Maldives, Mohammed Waheed Hassan ranks 3 out of 6Before him are Maumoon Abdul Gayoom (1937) and Ibrahim Nasir (1926). After him are Abdulla Yameen (1959), Mohamed Nasheed (1967), and Ibrahim Mohamed Solih (null).