List of leaders of dependent territories in 2013

This is a List of leaders of dependent territories in 2013

ArgentinaEdit

  •   Argentine Antarctica (claimed territory)
    • Administered by the Governor of Tierra del Fuego, Antarctica, and the Islands of the South Atlantic Province of Argentina
    • Argentinian Antarctic claim has not been recognized by the United Nations, US, Russia, or by most other countries.

See also: Antarctic Treaty.

AustraliaEdit

  •   (uninhabited territory)
    • Administered by the Australian Minister for Regional Australia, Regional Development and Local Government to 25 March, by Minister for Regional Development and Local Government to 1 July, by Australian Minister for Regional Australia, Regional Development and Local Government to 18 September and by Australian Ministry of Infrastructure and Regional Development
  •   Australian Antarctic Territory (territory)
    • Administered by the Australian Antarctic Division of the Ministry of Sustainable Population, Communities, Environment and Water to 18 September 2013 and then of the Ministry of Environment
    • Australian Antarctic claim has not been recognized by the United Nations, US, Russia, or by most other countries.

See also: Antarctic Treaty.

BrazilEdit

  •   Brazilian Antarctica (claimed territory)
    • Chairman of Brazilian National Commission on Antarctic Matters (Minister of External Relations of Brazil)
      1. Antonio Patriota Chairman of Brazilian National Commission on Antarctic Matters (2011–2013)
      2. Luiz Alberto Figueiredo Chairman of Brazilian National Commission on Antarctic Matters (2013–2014) [4]
    • Brazilian Antarctic claim has not been recognized by the United Nations, US, Russia, or by most other countries.

See also: Antarctic Treaty.

ChileEdit

See also: Antarctic Treaty.

  •   Easter Island (territory)
    • Governor of Easter Island Province – Carmen Cardinali Paoa (2010–2014)
    • Mayor – Pedro Edmuns Paoa – (2012–present)

People's Republic of China (PRC)Edit

DenmarkEdit

EcuadorEdit

FinlandEdit

FranceEdit

See also: Antarctic Treaty.

  •   French Southern and Antarctic Lands Glorioso Islands (uninhabited territory)
    • Administered by the administrator of French Southern and Antarctic Lands
  •   Guadeloupe (overseas département and region)
    • Prefect
    1. Amaury de Saint Quentin, Prefect of Guadeloupe (2011–2013)
    2. Marcelle Pierrot, Prefect of Guadeloupe (2013–2014) [11]
    • President of the Regional Council – Josette Borel-Lincertin, President of the Regional Council of Guadeloupe (2012–2015)
    • President of the General Council – Jacques Gillot, President of the General Council of Guadeloupe (2001–2015)
  •   Juan de Nova (uninhabited territory)
    • Administered by the administrator of French Southern and Antarctic Lands
  •   Martinique (overseas département and region)
    • Prefect - Laurent Prévost, Prefect of Martinique (2011–2014)
    • President of the Regional Council – Serge Letchimy, President of the Regional Council of Martinique (2010–2015)
    • President of the General Council – Josette Manin, President of the General Council of Martinique (2011–2015)
  •   Mayotte (overseas département and region)
    • Prefect
    1. Thomas Degos, Prefect of Mayotte (2011–2013)
    2. François Chauvin, Acting Prefect of Mayotte (2013) [12]
    3. Jacques Witkowski, Prefect of Mayotte (2013–2014) [13]
    • President of the General Council – Daniel Zaïdani, President of the General Council of Mayotte (2011–2015)
  •   New Caledonia (overseas country)
    • High Commissioner
    1. Albert Dupuy, High Commissioner of New Caledonia (2010–2013)
    2. Jean-Jacques Brot, High Commissioner of New Caledonia (2013–2014) [14]
    • President of the Government – Harold Martin, President of the Government of New Caledonia (2011–2014)
  •   Réunion (overseas département and region)
    • Prefect – Jean-Luc Marx, Prefect of Réunion (2012-2014)
    • President of the Regional Council – Didier Robert, President of the Regional Council of Réunion (2010–2021)
    • President of the General Council – Nassimah Dindar, President of the General Council of Réunion (2004–2015)
  •   Saint-Barthélemy (Territorial collectivity)
    • Prefect – The prefect of Guadeloupe is also state representative in Saint-Barthélemy from 9 July 2007.
    • Prefect delegated – Phillipe Chopin, Prefect delegated of Saint-Barthélemy and Saint-Martin (2011 – 2015)
    • President of the Territorial Council – Bruno Magras, President of the Territoria Council of Saint-Barthélemy (2007–present)
  •   Saint-Martin (Territorial collectivity)
    • Prefect – The prefect of Guadeloupe is also state representative in Saint-Martin from 9 July 2007.
    • Prefect delegated – Phillipe Chopin, Prefect delegated of Saint-Barthélemy and Saint-Martin (2011 – 2015)
    • President of the Territorial Council
      1. Alain Richardson, President of the Territoria Council of Saint-Martin (2012–2013)
      2. Aline Hanson, President of the Territoria Council of Saint-Martin (2013–2017)
  •   Saint-Pierre and Miquelon (overseas collectivity)
    • Prefect – Patrice Latron, Prefect of Saint-Pierre and Miquelon (2011–2014)
    • President of the General Council – Stéphane Artano, President of the General Council of Saint-Pierre and Miquelon (2006–2017)
  •   Tromelin (uninhabited territory)
    • Administered by the administrator of French Southern and Antarctic Lands
  •   Wallis and Futuna (overseas collectivity)

NetherlandsEdit

New ZealandEdit

See also: Antarctic Treaty

NorwayEdit

  •   Bouvet Island (territory)
    • Administered by the Polar Department of the Ministry of Justice and Public Security from Oslo
  •   Jan Mayen (territory)
    • Administered by Governor of Nordland county of Norway
  •   Peter I Island (territory)
    • Administered by the Polar Department of the Ministry of Justice and Public Security from Oslo
  •   Norwegian Antarctic Territory (Queen Maud Land)(territory)
    • Administered by the Polar Department of the Ministry of Justice and Public Security from Oslo
    • Norwegian Antarctic claim has not been recognized by the United Nations, US, Russia, or by most other countries.

See also: Antarctic Treaty.

PortugalEdit

SpainEdit

South AfricaEdit

  •   Prince Edward Islands (uninhabited territory)
    • Administered by Director of Antarctica and Islands of South African Ministry of Water and Environmental Affairs and, since 1 July 2013, by of Director of Southern Ocean and Antarctic Support of the South African ministry for Branch of Oceans and Coasts of the Department of Environmental Affairs

United Kingdom / British CrownEdit

See also: Antarctic Treaty.

United StatesEdit

OthersEdit

  •   Antarctica (territory with international status under the regulations of Antarctic Treaty, signed by 50 states, uninhabited territory)
  • Marie Byrd Land
    • Unclaimed territory in Antarctica
  • Paracel Islands
    • Occupied by the People's Republic of China; claimed by Vietnam and the Republic of China (Taiwan)
  • Spratly Islands
    • Claimed in their entirety by the People's Republic of China, the Republic of China (Taiwan), and Vietnam; portions claimed by Malaysia and the Philippines; about 45 islands are occupied by relatively small numbers of military forces from the People's Republic of China, Malaysia, the Philippines, the Republic of China (Taiwan), and Vietnam; Brunei has established a fishing zone that overlaps a southern reef, but has not made any formal claim

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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  2. ^ "Lord Howe Island". www. worldstatesmen.org.
  3. ^ "Norfolk Island". www.rulers.org.
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  11. ^ "Guadeloupe". www.rulers.org.
  12. ^ "Mayotte". www. worldstatesmen.org.
  13. ^ "Mayotte". www.rulers.org.
  14. ^ "New Caledonia Government 2014". theodora.com.
  15. ^ "Wallis and Futuna". www.rulers.org.
  16. ^ "Wallis and Futuna". www. worldstatesmen.org.
  17. ^ "Wallis and Futuna". www.rulers.org.
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  20. ^ "Cook Islands Government 2014". theodora.com.
  21. ^ "Tokelau". www.rulers.org.
  22. ^ "Akrotiri Government 2015". theodora.com.
  23. ^ "Anguilla Government 2014". theodora.com.
  24. ^ "British Indian Ocean Territory". www.rulers.org.
  25. ^ "Cayman Islands". www.rulers.org.
  26. ^ "Cayman Islands Government 2014". theodora.com.
  27. ^ "Cayman Islands". www. worldstatesmen.org.
  28. ^ "Gibraltar". www.rulers.org.
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  30. ^ "Tristan da Cunha". www.rulers.org.
  31. ^ "Turks and Caicos Islands". www.rulers.org.
  32. ^ "Turks and Caicos Islands". www.rulers.org.
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  34. ^ "American Samoa Government 2014". theodora.com.
  35. ^ "Northern Mariana Islands Government 2014". theodora.com.
  36. ^ "Puerto Rico Government 2014". theodora.com.

External linksEdit

  • Rulers—a list of rulers throughout time and places
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