List of impeached presidents
|Park Geun-hye||South Korea||President||March 10, 2017||Passed. Second female president to be impeached. Succeeded in office by prime minister Hwang Kyo-ahn as acting president.|
|Dilma Vana Rousseff||Brazil||President||August 31, 2016||Passed. First female president to be impeached. Succeeded in office by vice president Michel Temer.|
|Viktor Yanukovych||Ukraine||President||February 21, 2014||The impeachment procedure stipulated by the Constitution of Ukraine was not followed. Left the country. Succeeded in office by parliament speaker Oleksandr Turchynov as acting president.|
|Fernando Lugo||Paraguay||President||June 21, 2012||Passed. Succeeded in office by vice president Federico Franco.|
|Rolandas Paksas||Lithuania||President||April 6, 2004||Passed. Succeeded in office by parliament speaker Artūras Paulauskas as acting president.|
|Abdurrahman Wahid||Indonesia||President||July 23, 2001||Passed. Succeeded in office by vice president Megawati Sukarnoputri.|
|Alberto Fujimori||Peru||President||November 21, 2000||Passed. Succeeded in office by congress president Valentín Paniagua as constitutional president.|
|Joseph Estrada||Philippines||President||November 13, 2000||Resigned from office. Succeeded in office by vice president Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo.|
|Bill Clinton||United States||President||December 19, 1998||Impeached, but not removed from office by the United States Senate.|
|Boris Yeltsin (2nd time)||Russia||President||September 22, 1993||Retained post after an armed standoff with the Supreme Council.|
|Carlos Andrés Pérez||Venezuela||President||March 20, 1993||Passed. Succeeded in office by congress president Octavio Lepage as provisional president.|
|Fernando Collor de Mello||Brazil||President||September 1, 1992||Resigned from office. Succeeded in office by vice president Itamar Franco.|
|Abolhassan Banisadr||Iran||President||June 21, 1981||Passed. Succeeded in office by the Provisional Presidential Council.|
|Andrew Johnson||United States||President||February 24, 1868||Impeached, but not removed from office by the United States Senate.|
Resigned during the impeachment attemptEdit
|Pedro Pablo Kuczynski (2nd time)||Peru||President||March 21, 2018||Resigned before formal vote|
|Pervez Musharraf||Pakistan||President||August 18, 2008||Resigned before formal vote|
|Richard Nixon||United States||President||February 6, - August 9, 1974||Resigned before formal vote|
|Pedro Pablo Kuczynski (1st time)||Peru||President||December 21, 2017||Not passed|
|Jacob Zuma||South Africa||President||April 5, 2016||Not passed|
|Václav Klaus||Czech Republic||President||March 5, 2013||Not passed|
|Traian Băsescu (2nd time)||Romania||President||July 29, 2012||Not passed|
|George W. Bush||United States||President||June 11, 2008||Resolution referred to committee, no further action taken|
|Traian Băsescu (1st time)||Romania||President||April 19, 2007||Not passed|
|Roh Moo-hyun||South Korea||President||March 12, 2004||Not passed|
|Boris Yeltsin (3rd time)||Russia||President||May 15, 1999||Not passed|
|Boris Yeltsin (1st time)||Russia||President||March 28, 1993||Not passed|
|James Buchanan||United States||President||March 5, - June 16, 1860||Committee found that nothing had been done to warrant impeachment|
|John Tyler||United States||President||January 10, 1843||Not passed|
|Warren Hastings||British Raj||Governor-General||February 13, 1788||Not passed|
|Donald Trump||United States||President||September 24, 2019||Announced by the Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi|
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