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1 United Kingdom 167590
2 Canada 120111
3 India 111253
4 Australia 107685
5 France 94964
6 Japan 73813
7 Italy 64419
8 Brazil 55766
9 Mexico 48191
10 Sweden 43191
11 Pakistan 43158
12 New Zealand 42215
13 Philippines 41530
14 China (People's Republic of China) 41392
15 Israel 39588
16 Switzerland 38851
17 Turkey 37494
18 Norway 37465
19 Soviet Union 36822
20 Argentina 34630
21 # John F. Kennedy, President of the United States (1961–1963) 31953
22 Peru 31267
23 Belgium 29742
24 Indonesia 28272
25 Finland 26291
26 South Korea (Republic of Korea) 26212
27 Austria 25019
28 Colombia 24873
29 North Korea (Democratic People's Republic of Korea) 24605
30 Chile 24481
31 San Marino 24266
32 Thailand 24155
33 Nigeria 23088
34 Saudi Arabia 22844
35 Cuba 21957
36 Burma 21206
37 Morocco 20818
38 Venezuela 18408
39 Dominican Republic 18330
40 Cyprus 18287
41 Iceland 18278
42 Ireland 17689
43 Ghana 17206
44 Costa Rica 16862
45 Ecuador 16770
46 Lebanon 16552
47 Bolivia 16347
48 Jordan 15366
49 Haiti 15155
50 Luxembourg 14563
51 Guatemala 14395
52 Somalia 13574
53 Panama 13388
54 # Dwight D. Eisenhower, President of the United States (1953–1961) 13337
55 El Salvador 12911
56 Taiwan (Republic of China) 12746
57 Sudan 12666
58 Monaco 12659
59 Uruguay 12613
60 Syria 12499
61 Nicaragua 11780
62 Honduras 11708
63 Vatican City 10981
64 Bhutan 10779
65 Tunisia 10269
66 Sierra Leone 9553
67 Kuwait 9436
68 Liechtenstein 9100
69 Cameroon 8795
70 Paraguay 8386
71 Suriname (constituent country) 7880
72 Andorra 7839
73 Mali 7794
74 Liberia 7763
75 Senegal 7582
76 Chad 5901
77 Yugoslavia 5706
78 Niger 5620
79 Guinea 5606
80 Netherlands Antilles (constituent country) 5033
81 West Germany (Federal Republic of Germany) 4916
82 Mauritania 4823
83 Gabon 4699
84 Congo–Brazzaville (Republic of the Congo) 4615
85 Togo 4571
86 Central African Republic 3283
87 Sikkim 2407
88 South Vietnam (Republic of Vietnam) 2141
89 Kingdom of the Netherlands 1625
90 North Vietnam (Democratic Republic of Vietnam) 1516
91 Spain 1446
92 # Diosdado Macapagal, President of the Philippines (1961–1965) 1429
93 Union of South Africa changed name to South Africa on 31 May 1961 1239
94 Poland 1130
95 # Prince Norodom Sihanouk, Prime Minister of Cambodia (1961–1962) 1103
96 Portuguese India was occupied and annexed by India on 19 December 1961 1092
97 # Carlos P. Garcia, President of the Philippines (1957–1961) 1071
98 Romania 995
99 Ethiopia 966
100 Iran 949
101 Tanganyika 872
102 Greece 820
103 Denmark 797
104 Swiss Federal Council: <!-- ordered by seniority --> 771
105 United Arab Republic 757
106 Malaya 716
107 Albania 713
108 Hungary 636
109 # Hassan II, King of Morocco (1961–1999) 577
110 Mongolia 558
111 Portugal 522
112 Bulgaria 428
113 Czechoslovakia 397
114 # Juscelino Kubitschek, President of Brazil (1956–1961) 374
115 # Mohammed V, King of Morocco (1955–1961) 319
116 # Konstantinos Karamanlis, Prime Minister of Greece (1961–1963) 248
117 Laos 243
118 Nepal 241
119 Yemen 200
120 Ceylon 199
121 # Gheorghe Gheorghiu-Dej, President of the Council of State of Romania (1961–1965) 198
122 Katanga (unrecognized secessionist state) 180
123 Afghanistan 175
124 Libya 173
125 Upper Volta 172
126 Muscat and Oman 149
127 the Southern Cameroons part of British Cameroons joined Cameroon on 1 October 1961 143
128 South Kasai (unrecognized secessionist state) 114
129 Tanganyika Territory gained independence on 9 December 1961 95
130 # Rashid Karami, Prime Minister of Lebanon (1961–1964) 85
131 # Pascoal Ranieri Mazzilli, Acting President of Brazil (1961) 83
132 # Charles Robberts Swart, Governor-General of South Africa (1960–1961) 81
133 # Ion Gheorghe Maurer, Chairman of the Council of Ministers of Romania (1961–1974) 75
134 Dahomey 66
135 # Chivu Stoica, Chairman of the Council of Ministers of Romania (1955–1961) 65
136 #William Sidney, Viscount De L'Isle, Governor-General of Australia (1961–1965) 57
137 Iraq 55
138 #Gaston Eyskens, Prime Minister of Belgium (1958–1961) 53
139 #William Morrison, Viscount Dunrossil, Governor-General of Australia (1960–1961) 52
140 * Bjarni Benediktsson, Acting Prime Minister of Iceland (1961) 47
141 # Saeb Salam, Prime Minister of Lebanon (1960–1961) 47
142 # Ali Amini, Prime Minister of Iran (1961–1962) 46
143 # Domenico Tardini, Cardinal Secretary of State (1952–1961) 45
144 #Julius Raab, Federal Chancellor of Austria (1953–1961) 45
145 : Max Petitpierre (1944–1961), Paul Chaudet (1954–1966), Friedrich Traugott Wahlen (1958–1965, President), Jean Bourgknecht (1959–1962), Willy Spühler (1959–1970), Ludwig von Moos (1959–1971), Hans-Peter Tschudi (1959–1973), Hans Schaffner (1961–1969) 43
146 # Nazim al-Kudsi, President of Syria (1961–1963) 42
147 # Amleto Giovanni Cicognani, President of the Governorate of Vatican City State (1961–1969) 41
148 # Cyrille Adoula, Prime Minister of Congo (Léopoldville) (1961–1964) 41
149 # Carlos Julio Arosemena Monroy, President of Ecuador (1961–1963) 35
150 # Jafar Sharif-Emami, Prime Minister of Iran (1960–1961) 35
151 # Lucas Cornelius Steyn, Officer Administering the Government of South Africa (1961) 34
152 # Chang Myon, Prime Minister of South Korea (1960–1961) 33
153 #Martti Miettunen, Prime Minister of Finland (1961–1962) 32
154 United Suvadive Republic (unrecognized secessionist state) 31
155 #V. J. Sukselainen, Prime Minister of Finland (1959–1961) 31
156 # Penn Nouth, Prime Minister of Cambodia (1961) 29
157 # Maamun al-Kuzbari, Prime Minister of Syria (1961) 21
158 #Sir Dallas Brooks, Administrator of the Government of Australia (1961) 18
159 # Nicola Canali, President of the Governorate of Vatican City State (1939–1961) 18
160 #Benito Nardone, President of the National Council of Government of Uruguay (1960–1961) 17
161 # Maarouf al-Dawalibi, Prime Minister of Syria (1961–1962) 16
162 #Alfons Gorbach, Federal Chancellor of Austria (1961–1964) 16
163 # Konstantinos Dovas, Interim Prime Minister of Greece (1961) 13
164 # Song Yo Chan, Chief Cabinet Minister of South Korea (1961–1962) 11
165 # Pho Proeung, Prime Minister of Cambodia (1960–1961) 5
166 # János Kádár, President of the Council of Ministers of Hungary (1961–1965) 5
167 Ivory Coast 5
168 # J-nio Quadros, President of Brazil (1961) 5
169 # Izzat an-Nuss, Prime Minister of Syria (1961) 5
170 # Abdel Hamid Sarraj, Chairman of the Executive Council of the Northern (Syrian) Region of the United Arab Republic (1960–1961) 5
171 Cambodia < 5
172 East Germany (German Democratic Republic) < 5
173 Malagasy Republic < 5
174 # Junta of Government, Head of State of El Salvador (1960–1961) < 5
175 The Netherlands (constituent country) < 5
176 # Ferenc Münnich, President of the Council of Ministers of Hungary (1958–1961) < 5
177 # Eugenio Reffi and Pietro Giancecchi, Captains Regent of San Marino (1960–1961) < 5
178 # Ä°smet Ä°nönü, Prime Minister of Turkey (1961–1965) < 5
179 the Northern Cameroons part of British Cameroons joined Nigeria on 1 June 1961 < 5
180 #Eduardo Víctor Haedo, President of the National Council of Government of Uruguay (1961–1962) < 5
181 *# Christiaan Winkel, Acting Governor of the Netherlands Antilles (1961–1962) < 5
182 # João Goulart, President of Brazil (1961–1964) < 5
183 # Justin Marie Bomboko, Chairman of the Board of Commissioners-general of Congo (Léopoldville) (1960–1961) < 5
184 Regent - Jean, Regent of Luxembourg (1961–1964) < 5
185 # Giovanni Vito Marcucci and Pio Galassi, Captains Regent of San Marino (1961–1962) < 5
186 # Federico Micheloni and Giancarlo Ghironzi, Captains Regent of San Marino (April-September 1961) < 5
187 *# Antonius B. Speekenbrink, Governor of the Netherlands Antilles (1957–1961) < 5
188 #Théo Lefèvre, Prime Minister of Belgium (1961–1965) < 5
189 # Carlos Moreyra y Paz Soldán, President of the Council of Ministers of Peru (1961–1962) < 5
190 Congo–Léopoldville (Republic of the Congo) < 5
191 # Joseph Iléo, Prime Minister of Congo (Léopoldville) (1961) < 5
192 # Pedro Gerardo Beltrán Espantoso, President of the Council of Ministers of Peru (1959–1961) < 5







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