Maximum Leader

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The title of "Maximum Leader" (in Spanish, Líder Máximo) has been used by, or to describe, a number of politicians, including:

  • Fidel Castro, the title is not utilised in Cuba
  • Massimo D'Alema, an Italian politician who served as Prime Minister (1998–2000), and Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs (2006–2008)
  • Manuel Noriega, an official title given to him in 1989 by Panama's National Assembly
  • Omar Torrijos, was recognised as "Maximum Leader of the Panamanian Revolution" in the 1972 Constitution of Panama
  • Sonny Barger, the given title of the president of the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club
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