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Blue cells indicate non–ceremonial heads of state with limited power (e.g. Bhutan) or de facto government leaders whose offices lack de jure constitutional power (e.g. Myanmar).
- Àkíyèsí: Names in small font generally denote acting, transitional, temporary leaders, or representatives. Other notes and exceptions are provided at § Notes.
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|State||Head of state||Head of government|
|Nagorno-Karabakh||President Bako Sahakyan||Prime Minister Arayik Harutyunyan|
|Àdàkọ:Country data Transnistria Transnistria|
|Àyọkà yìí tàbí apá rẹ̀ únfẹ́ àtúnṣe sí.|
- Abbas's presidency expired on 9 January 2009 but he unilaterally extended his term for another year. Haniyeh, as the Speaker of the House, would succeed Abbas were he to have died or been expelled from office. The two major political parties in Palestine, Fatah and Hamas disagree about who the legitimate President currently is.
- As part of the Fatah-Hamas conflict, essentially a civil war, Abbas dismissed Haniyeh and chose Fayyed as PM without parliamentary approval. The two major political parties in Palestine, Fatah and Hamas disagree about who the legitimate Prime Minister currently is.
- On November 12, 2006 the Salvation Union of South Ossetia, opposing the leadership of Eduard Kokoity, held an alternative presidential election, in which former South Ossetian Prime Minister Dmitry Sanakoyev was chosen as the president of the alternative government of South Ossetia.
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- Rulers.org List of rulers throughout time and places
-  List of official websites for heads of state
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