List of longest-ruling non-royal national leaders since 1900
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This list details national leaders since 1900 who ruled for 30 years or more, and were not self-described royalty. It also combines all national leader level offices held concurrently or consecutively by each individual.
- List of longest reigning monarchs of all time
- Current reigning monarchs by length of reign
- List of current longest ruling non-royal national leaders
- List of current state leaders by date of assumption of office
- List of the oldest living state leaders
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- Mao established the People's Republic of China on October 1, 1949.
- After the first time Chiang Kai-shek stepped down in December 1931, his power was shared by Hu Hanmin, Wang Jingwei, and Lin Sen among others. After the second time he left his state position in January 1949, Chiang was succeed by then Vice President Li Zongren. However, Chiang was still the de facto leader of Mainland China until he and the Kuomintang moved to Taiwan in December 1949.
- The late Kim Il-sung has been designated "Eternal President of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea" and the post of President has formally not been filled since his death on July 8, 1994. However, effectively his son Kim Jong-il and grandson Kim Jong-un have succeeded him as dictators.
- For purposes of this article, 20 October 2011 is considered to be the date that Gaddafi left office. Other dates might have been chosen.
- On 15 July 2011, at a meeting in Istanbul, more than 30 governments, including the United States, withdrew recognition from Gaddafi's government and recognised the National Transitional Council (NTC) as the legitimate government of Libya.
- On 23 August 2011, during the Battle of Tripoli, Gaddafi lost effective political and military control of Tripoli after his compound was captured by rebel forces.
- On 25 August 2011, the Arab League proclaimed the anti-Gaddafi National Transitional Council to be "the legitimate representative of the Libyan state".
- On 20 October 2011, Gaddafi was captured and killed near his hometown of Sirte.
- In a ceremony on 23 October 2011, officials of the interim National Transitional Council declared, "We declare to the whole world that we have liberated our beloved country, with its cities, villages, hill-tops, mountains, deserts and skies."
- Phomvihān established the Lao People's Democratic Republic on December 2, 1975.
- Nazarbayev declared the independence of Kazakhstan from the Soviet Union on December 16, 1991.
- After leaving office as Prime Minister, Lee was given the emeritus positions of Senior Minister (1990–2004) and Minister Mentor (2004–2011). Lee still had effective influence in the Cabinet until 2011.
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