How many different Presidents and Prime Minister can you name?

@suzieque (2336)
Canada
November 11, 2006 1:13pm CST
In the present. It would be President Bush from US, and Prime Minister Steven Harper from Canada. What about you.
7 responses
• United States
12 Nov 06
well there is Presidnet Bush from the U.S., President Chirac and Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin of France, Prime Minister Schroder and Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany, President Hu Jintao of China, Prime Minister Abe Shinzo of Japan, Prime Minister Tony Blair of U.K, Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen of Denmark
@suzieque (2336)
• Canada
12 Nov 06
Wow! you know your politics!
@doshijs (343)
• United States
12 Nov 06
Dr. Manmohan singh of India as the prime minister and Dr. A.P.J Abdul kalam as the president of india and Mushraff as president of pakistan
@suzieque (2336)
• Canada
12 Nov 06
thanks for the comment.
@wildpvcgal (1085)
11 Nov 06
I can only think of Tony Blair from UK. I,m sorry but i,m so not into politics. It bores me silly lol *yawn* xx
@suzieque (2336)
• Canada
12 Nov 06
LOL!! I don't know too many prime ministers as well.
@acosjo (1904)
• Canada
12 Dec 06
Yes, I would also have to say Bush and Harper. Could you really answer that differently?
@ossie16d (11827)
• Australia
12 Dec 06
John Howard, Prime Minister Australia - Australia's Prime Minister
John Howard, Australia Tony Blair, United Kingdom Stephen Harper, Canada Dr. Manmahon Singh, India (not sure of spelling of first name) Abdullah (???) Badawi, Malaysia Helen Clark, New Zealand Mohammad Shabir, Palestine Cannot think of anymore at present, except for Fiji and the last elected one was deposed recently. Also I am not sure of the spelling of some of the names unfortunately.
@snowflake5 (1579)
• United States
10 Dec 06
Prime minister Romano Prodi of Italy, prime minister Zapatero of Spain, president Chirac of France, prime minister John Howard of Australia, President Bush of the USA, prime minister Manmohan Singh of India, President Hu Jintao of China, President Putin of Russia, President Lula of Brazil, Prime minister Tony Blair of the UK. I can't remember if Koizumi of Japan is still in office or has stepped down (his replacement will be a Mr Abe I believe). Do I win the prize for most names? ;-)
• United States
12 Nov 06
lol 1