List of famous prime ministers with their biographies that include trivia, interesting facts, timeline and life history.

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The prime minister is the official head of the government or the senior most minister of the cabinet in the government in a parliamentary system. In several countries which have the parliamentary form of government, the prime minister is the actual head of the government and head of the executive branch of the government; in such countries, the president holds a largely ceremonial position. The office of the prime minister was primarily developed in Britain during the 18th century. The prime minister system in many Commonwealth countries was based upon the British model. Often the prime minister is a member of the parliament and one of his duties is to ensure the passage of bills through the legislature. In many countries like the U.K and India, the prime minister, being the head of the government also takes up other roles or titles in the government. The role of prime ministers is encountered in parliamentary republics like India, France, Germany and Ireland and also in constitutional monarchies like Belgium, Norway,

Imran Khan Imran Khan
Pakistani

Bob Hawke Bob Hawke
Australian
Scott Morrison Scott Morrison
Australian

Nikita Khrushchev Nikita Khrushchev
Russian, Russian

Shinzō Abe Shinzō Abe
Japanese
Robert Mugabe Robert Mugabe
Zimbabwean

Lee Kuan Yew Lee Kuan Yew
Singaporean

Hideki Tojo Hideki Tojo
Japanese

Nawaz Sharif Nawaz Sharif
Pakistani

Tony Abbott Tony Abbott
Australian
Paul Keating Paul Keating
Australian

John Howard John Howard
Australian
David Lloyd George David Lloyd George
British, Welsh

Sheikh Hasina Sheikh Hasina
Bangladeshi
Golda Meir Golda Meir
Israeli, Ukrainian

Julia Gillard Julia Gillard
Australian
Lee Hsien Loong Lee Hsien Loong
Singaporean

Harold Holt Harold Holt
Australian

Najib Razak Najib Razak
Malaysian
Gough Whitlam Gough Whitlam
Australian

Ilham Aliyev Ilham Aliyev
Azerbaijani

Robert Menzies Robert Menzies
Australian

Hun Sen Hun Sen
Cambodian

Edi Rama Edi Rama
Albanian

John Curtin John Curtin
Australian
Imre Nagy Imre Nagy
Hungarian
Joe Clark Joe Clark
Canadian