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Top political families: Gabon

Rank Topic Wikipedia views
Oct 21 2010
1 *Joseph Kabila (President of the Democratic Republic of the Congo) 899
2 *Omar Bongo (president of Gabon and husband of Edith Sassou-Nguesso) 439
3 **Ali Bongo (defense minister of Gabon and son of Omar) 205
4 **Pascaline Mferri Bongo Ondimba (Former Gabonese Foreign Minister of Gabon, Current Presidential Cabinet Director, and daughter of Omar) 11
5 Gabriel Oba-Apounou (vice-president of National Assembly; cousin of Sassou-Nguesso) 10
6 *Jean-Dominique Okemba (leader of national Security Council; nephew of Sassou-Nguesso) 5
7 Denis Sassou-Nguesso (president of the Republic of Congo) < 5
8 Jean-Pierre Lemboumba (finance minister; father of M. Leboumba) < 5
9 Emmanuel Yoka (Congolese cabinet chief; uncle of Sassou-Nguesso) < 5
10 Antoinette Sassou-Nguesso (first lady of the Republic of Congo; married to Sassou-Nguesso) < 5
11 *Claudia Lemboumba-Nguesso (Sassou's daughter; wife of M. Leboumba; communications director) < 5
12 *Martin Lemboumba (husband of Lemboumba-Nguesso; son of J. Lemboumba) < 5
13 *Denis Christel Nguesso (nephew of Sassou-Nguesso; senior state oil company official) < 5
14 *Hilaire Moko (director of government security; nephew of Sassou-Nguesso) < 5
15 *Wilfrid Nguesso (brother of Edgar; senior parastatal director) < 5
16 *Edith Nguesso-Bongo (Sassou-Nguesso's daughter) < 5
17 *Edgar Nguesso (nephew of Sassou-Nguesso; director of estate) < 5
18 *Sandrine Nguesso (Sassou's daughter; married to Kabila) < 5

Top political families: Guatemala

Rank Topic Wikipedia views
Oct 21 2010
1 Vinicio Cerezo (President of Guatemala) 62
2 Celso Cerezo (legislative deputy) < 5
3 Marco Vinicio Cerezo Sierra (Supreme Court judge) < 5
4 Miguel Ydígoras Fuentes (President of Guatemala) < 5

Top political families: Guyana

Rank Topic Wikipedia views
Oct 21 2010
1 Forbes Burnham (President of Guyana, 1980–1985; Prime Minister of Guyana, 1966–1980) 167
2 Cheddi Jagan (President of Guyana, 1992–1997) 149
3 Janet Jagan (wife of Cheddi Jagan; President of Guyana, 1997–1999) 128
4 Viola Burnham (wife of Forbes Burnham; Vice President, 1985–1991) < 5
5 Derek Jagan (brother of Cheddi Jagan; Speaker of the National Assembly) < 5

Top political families: Honduras

Rank Topic Wikipedia views
Oct 21 2010
1 Carlos Roberto Flores former deputy of Francisco Morazan in the National Congress (1990–1994), Presidential Candidate 1989, and President of Honduras (1998–2002) 62
2 Juan Alberto Melgar Castro, President of Honduras (1975–1978) 15
3 Elizabeth Azcona Bocock or Lizi Azcona, Secretary of Industry and Commerce of Honduras (2006) 11
4 José Azcona del Hoyo President of Honduras (1986–1990) < 5
5 Nora Gúnera de Melgar (Mayor and Presidential candidate) and deputy candidate in the Primary Elections in 2008 < 5

Top political families: Indonesia

Rank Topic Wikipedia views
Oct 21 2010
1 Suharto (President of Indonesia, 1967–1998) 1308
2 Sukarno (President of Indonesia, 1945–1967) 1256
3 Abdurrahman Wahid (former President, 2000–2001) 325
4 Siti Hardiyanti Rukmana (daughter of Suharto) 44
5 Sukmawati (daughter of Sukarno) < 5
6 Hasyim Wahid < 5
7 Rachmawati (daughter of Sukarno; leader, Partai Pelopor) < 5
8 Megawati (daughter of Sukarno; President of Indonesia, 2001–2004) < 5
9 Solahuddin Wahid (vice-presidential candidate) < 5

Top political families: Iraq

Rank Topic Wikipedia views
Oct 21 2010
1 Saddam Hussein (former president) 11894
2 Uday Hussein, son of Saddam Hussein 1738
3 Qusay Hussein, son of Saddam Hussein 963
4 Ahmed Chalabi (former Iraqi Governing Council president), uncle of Ali Allawi 488
5 Barzan Ibrahim al-Tikriti 318
6 Abdul Rahman Arif 96
7 Abdul Salam Arif 87
8 Ali Allawi (defense minister), cousin of Iyad Allawi 26
9 Sabawi Ibrahim al-Tikriti 22
10 Salem Chalabi (head of judicial panel to try Saddam Hussein), nephew of Ahmed Chalabi 18
11 Watban Ibrahim al-Tikriti 17
12 Ahmad Hassan al-Bakr < 5
13 Nouri al-Badran (interior minister), brother-in-law of Iyad Allawi < 5
14 Iyad Allawi (Prime Minister) < 5

Top political families: Israel

Rank Topic Wikipedia views
Oct 21 2010
1 Ariel Sharon, Prime Minister of Israel, 2001–2006 4000
2 Yitzhak Rabin, Prime Minister of Israel, 1974–1977 and 1992–1995 2721
3 Moshe Dayan, IDF Chief of the General Staff; cabinet minister, son of Shmuel Dayan 1800
4 Menachem Begin, Prime Minister of Israel, 1977–1983 1575
5 Ezer Weizman, President of Israel, 1993–2000, nephew of Haim Weizman 272
6 Benny Begin, nationalist politician, son of Menachem Begin 89
7 *Yael Dayan, Member of the Knesset 1992–2003, daughter of Moshe Dayan. 81
8 *Isaac Herzog, Member of the Knesset, son of Haim Herzog 62
9 Avraham Burg, Speaker of the Knesset, 1999–2003, son of Josef Burg 56
10 Yitzhak HaLevi Herzog, Ashkenazi chief rabbi 54
11 Omri Sharon, Member of the Knesset, 2003–2006 52
12 Yosef Burg, party leader, National Religious Party; cabinet minister 46
13 Dalia Rabin-Pelossof, Member of the Knesset, daughter of Yitzhak Rabin 46
14 Shmuel Dayan, Zionist activist and member of the Knesset 1949–1959. 22
15 Haim Weizman, President of Israel, 1949–1952 < 5
16 Haim Herzog, President of Israel, 1983–1993, son of Yitzhak Herzog < 5

Top political families: Jamaica

Rank Topic Wikipedia views
Oct 21 2010
1 Norman Manley (Prime Minister of Jamaica, 1959–1962) 442
2 Sir Alexander Bustamante (cousin of Norman Manley; Prime Minister of Jamaica, 1962–1967) 438
3 Michael Manley (son of Norman and Edna Manley; Prime Minister of Jamaica, 1972–1980 and 1989–1992) 428
4 Edna Manley (wife of Norman Manley; political activist and writer) 167
5 Hugh Shearer (cousin of Michael Manley); Prime Minister of Jamaica, 1967–1972 94
6 Douglas Manley (son of Norman and Edna Manley; Member of Parliament) 17

Top political families: Jordan

Rank Topic Wikipedia views
Oct 21 2010
1 Mudar Badran (Prime Minister of Jordan, 1976–1979, 1980–1984, and 1989–1991) 39
2 Adnan Badran (brother of Mudar Badran; Prime Minister of Jordan, 2005– ) 38
3 Faisal al-Fayez (Son), Prime Minister (2003–2005) 23
4 Ahmed Al-Lawzi, Prime Minister < 5
5 Nasir Al-Lawzi (Son), Minister of Transportation, Minister of Information < 5
6 Akeff Al-Fayez, Tribal leader, several governmental positions < 5

Top political families: Kenya

Rank Topic Wikipedia views
Oct 21 2010
1 Jomo Kenyatta (President of Kenya, 1964–1978) 914
2 Raila Odinga (son of Oginga Odinga; Member of Parliament) 597
3 Daniel arap Moi (President of Kenya, 1978–2002) 459
4 Uhuru Kenyatta (son of Jomo Kenyatta; leader, Kenya African National Union) 154
5 Gideon Moi (son of Daniel arap Moi; Member of Parliament) 22
6 Oburu Odinga (son of Oginga Odinga, Member of Parliament) 20
7 Joseph Nyagah (son of Jeremiah Nyagah and also member of parliament) 16
8 Norman Nyagah (son of Jeremiah Nyagah Government Chief Whip and Member of Parliament) 16
9 Margaret Kenyatta (daughter of Jomo Kenyatta; Mayor of Nairobi) 15
10 Gor Sunguh (Odinga's relative through marriage to Raila Odinga's niece) 14
11 Oginga Odinga (Vice President of Kenya) < 5
12 Nahashon Nyagah( son of Jeremiah Nyagah and former Governor of the Central Bank of Kenya) < 5
13 Jeremiah Nyagah (long time serving cabinet minister 1963 to 1993 and member of parliament from 1958 to 1992) < 5
14 *Jeremiah Jerry Mwaniki Nyagah son of Norman Nyagah, and President of the Kenya Youth Coalition Network International KYCNI, based in Atlanta Georgia USA. < 5
15 Mary Khimulu (daughter of Jeremiah Nyagah and amabassador UNEP to France) < 5

Top political families: Korea, North

Rank Topic Wikipedia views
Oct 21 2010
1 Kim Jong-il (Chmn. of KWP, Chmn. of Nat'l Defense Commission 1994 – ), son of Kim Il Sung 15476
2 Kim Jong-un (possible successor to Kim Jong Il) 14038
3 Kim Il-sung (Chmn. of KWP, President, 1948–1994) 6448
4 Kim Jong-nam (possible successor to Kim Jong Il) 2310
5 Ko Young-hee (first lady) 2169
6 Kim Jong-chul (possible successor to Kim Jong Il) 1978
7 Chang Sung-taek (bureaucrat; "number-two man in North Korea" [link]) 648

Top political families: Kyrgyzstan

Rank Topic Wikipedia views
Oct 21 2010
1 Kurmanbek Bakiyev (President of Kyrgyzstan) 304
2 Askar Akayev (President) 1990–2005 150
3 Akhmat Bakiyev (Kyrgyz politician and business oligarch) 7
4 Janysh Bakiyev (former First Deputy Chairman of the National Security Service) 5
5 Marat Bakiyev (Kyrgyzstan's Ambassador to Germany) < 5
6 Mariam Akayeva (politician) < 5
7 Jusupbek Bakiev (former Deputy Director of Kyrgyzstan's Agency for Community Development and Investment) < 5
8 Kanybek Bakiev (Head of a village council) < 5
9 Adil Bakiyev (Kyrgyz government official within the Kyrgyz embassy in China) < 5

Top political families: Lebanon

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Top political families: Madagascar

Rank Topic Wikipedia views
Oct 21 2010
1 Didier Ratsiraka (President of Madagascar, 1975–1993 and 1997–2002) 84
2 Philibert Tsiranana (first president of Madagascar) 49
3 Roland Ratsiraka (nephew of Didier Ratsiraka; Mayor of Toamasina) 19
4 Pierre Tsiranana (governor of Mahajanga) < 5

Top political families: Malaysia

Rank Topic Wikipedia views
Oct 21 2010
1 Dato' Sri Hj Mohd Najib Tun Hj Razak, Prime Minister (present) 1579
2 Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi (Prime Minister, 2003–2009) 752
3 Tun Abdul Razak Prime Minister (1970–1976) 525
4 *Tun Hussein Onn (Prime Minister, 1976–1981) 418
5 Khairy Jamaluddin, UMNO youth chief, son-in;law of Abdullah Badawi 288
6 Onn Jaafar, founder of United Malays National Organization (UMNO) and seventh Menteri Besar of Johor 233
7 Nurul Izzah Anwar, Member of Parliament for Lembah Pantai 173
8 Lim Guan Eng, Chief Minister of Penang and Member of Parliament for Bagan 141
9 Karpal Singh, Chairman of Democratic Action Party of Malaysia 124
10 Lim Kit Siang, Democratic Action Party Adviser and Member of Parliament for Ipoh Timor 113
11 Wan Azizah Wan Ismail, wife of Anwar Ibrahim and People Justice Party of Malaysia President 104
12 Tun Tan Siew Sin, Finance Minister and Commerce and Industry Minister of Malaysia (1959–1974), President of Malaysian Chinese Association (1961–1974) 58
13 Datuk Mokhzani Mahathir, former UMNO Youth treasurer, second son of Mahathir 53
14 Gobind Singh Deo, son of Karpal and Member of Parliament for Puchong 32
15 Betty Chew, wife of Lim Guan Eng and member of Malacca State Assembly for Kota Laksamana 26
16 Tun Mahathir bin Mohamed (Prime Minister, 1981–2003) < 5
17 Jaafar bin Muhammad, first Menteri Besar of Johor < 5
18 Dato' Mukhriz Mahathir,current Deputy Minister Of International Trade and Industry of Malaysia, UMNO Youth exco member, third son of Mahathir < 5

Top political families: Maldives

Rank Topic Wikipedia views
Oct 21 2010
1 Maumoon Abdul Gayoom (President of the Maldives 1978–2008) 222
2 Nasreena Ibrahim (first lady) 23
3 Ilyas Ibrahim (minister of transportation and aviation) 7
4 Abdulla Hameed (speaker of parliament and atoll administrator) < 5
5 Ibrahim Hussain Maniku (minister of information) < 5
6 Abdulla Yameen (minister of trade) < 5
7 Hamdhoon Hameed (minister of planning) < 5
8 Midhath Hilmy (minister of science and communications) < 5
9 Abdullahi Majeed (deputy minister for the environment) < 5

Top political families: Marshall Islands

Rank Topic Wikipedia views
Oct 21 2010
1 Imata Kabua (cousin of Amata Kabua; President of the Marshall Islands, 1997–2000) 34
2 Kessai Note (nephew of Nathan Note; President of the Marshall Islands, 2000–2008) 33
3 Amata Kabua (President of the Marshall Islands, 1979–1996) 12
4 Tomaki Juda (cousin of Kessai Note; Member of Parliament) < 5
5 Alee Alik (Member of Parliament, 1979–1987) < 5
6 Nathan Note (anti-nuclear lobbyist in Bikini Atoll) < 5
7 Alik J. Alik (brother of Alee Alik; Member of Parliament 1991–, Vice Speaker of Parliament, 2008–) < 5
8 Evlynn Konou (first cousin of Alee Alik; Member of Parliament, 1979–1995) < 5

Top political families: Mauritius

Rank Topic Wikipedia views
Oct 21 2010
1 Sir Anerood Jugnauth (President of Mauritius, 2003–present; Prime Minister of Mauritius, 1982–1995 and 2000–2003) 303
2 Navin Ramgoolam (son of Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam; Prime Minister of Mauritius, 1995–2000 and 2005 present) 168
3 Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam (Prime Minister of Mauritius, 1968–1982) 142
4 Pravind Jugnauth (son of Sir Anerood Jugnauth; Deputy Prime Minister of Mauritius,since 2010, 2003–2005, Militant Socialist Movement ) 53
5 Xavier Luc Duval (son of Sir Gaëtan Duval; Vice Prime Minister of Mauritius 2005, leader of the
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