List of leaders of dependent territories in 2015

This is a list of List of leaders of dependent territories in 2015

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

  •   Ashmore and Cartier Islands (uninhabited territory)
    • Administered by Australian Ministry of Infrastructure and Regional Development to 21 September and then by Australian Ministry for Major Projects, Territories, and Local Government after 21 September 2015
  •   Australian Antarctic Territory (territory)
    • Administered by the Australian Antarctic Division 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) – Mauro Vieira Chairman of Brazilian National Commission on Antarctic Matters (2014-2016)
    • Brazilian Antarctic claim has not been recognized by the United Nations, US, Russia, or by most other countries.

See also: Antarctic Treaty.

ChileEdit

  •   Chilean Antarctic Territory (claimed territory)
    • Governor of Antártica Chilena Province – Patricio Oyarzo Gaez, Governor of Antártica Chilena Province (2014–2017)
    • Chilean Antarctic claim has not been recognised by the United Nations, US, Russia, or by most other countries.

See also: Antarctic Treaty.

  •   Easter Island (territory)
    • Governor of Easter Island Province –
      1. Marta Hotus Tuki, Governor of Easter Island Province (2014–2015)
      2. Melania Carolina Hotu Hey, Governor of Easter Island Province (2015–2018) ) [4]
    • Mayor – Pero Edmunds Paoa, Mayor of Easter Island (2012–present)

People's Republic of China (PRC)Edit

DenmarkEdit

EcuadorEdit

FinlandEdit

FranceEdit

See also: Antarctic Treaty.

  •   Glorioso Islands (uninhabited territory)
    • Administered by the administrator of French Southern and Antarctic Lands
  •   Guadeloupe (overseas département and region)
    • Prefect – Jacques Billant, Prefect of Guadeloupe (2014–2017)
    • President of the Regional Council
      1. Victorin Lurel, President of the Regional Council of Guadeloupe (2014–2015)
      2. Ary Chalus, President of the Regional Council of Guadeloupe (2015–present) [10]
    • President of the General Council – Jacques Gillot, President of the General Council of Guadeloupe (2001–2015)
    • President of the Departmental Council – Josette Borel-Lincertin, President of the Departmental Council of Guadeloupe (2015–2021) [11]
  •   Juan de Nova (uninhabited territory)
    • Administered by the administrator of French Southern and Antarctic Lands
  •   Martinique Martinique (overseas département and region)
    • Prefect – Fabrice Rigoulet-Roze, Prefect of Martinique (2014–2017)
    • 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)
    • President of the Executive Council – Alfred Marie-Jeanne, President of the Executive Council of Martinique (2015–2021) [12]
  •   Mayotte (overseas département and region)
    • Prefect – Seymour Morsy, Prefect of Mayotte (2014–2016)
    • President of the General Council – Daniel Zaïdani, President of the General Council of Mayotte (2011–2015)
    • President of the Departmental Council – Soibahadine Ibrahim Ramadani, President of the Departmental Council of Mayotte (2015–2021) [13]
  •   New Caledonia (overseas country)
  •   Réunion (overseas département and region)
    • Prefect – Dominique Sorain, Prefect of Réunion (2014 -2017)
    • 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)
    • President of the Departmental Council – Nassimah Dindar, President of the Departmental Council of Réunion (2015–2017) [15]
  •   Saint-Barthélemy (Territorial collectivity)
    • Prefect – The prefect of Guadeloupe is also state representative in Saint-Barthélemy from 9 July 2007.
    • Prefect delegated –
      1. Phillipe Chopin, Prefect delegated of Saint-Barthélemy and Saint-Martin (2011 – 2015)
      2. Anne Laubies, Prefect delegated of Saint-Barthélemy and Saint-Martin (2015 – 2018) [16]
    • 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 –
      1. Phillipe Chopin, Prefect delegated of Saint-Barthélemy and Saint-Martin (2011 – 2015)
      2. Anne Laubies, Prefect delegated of Saint-Barthélemy and Saint-Martin (2015 – 2018) [17]
    • President of the Territorial Council – Aline Hanson, President of the Territoria Council of Saint-Martin (2013–2017)
  •   Saint-Pierre and Miquelon (overseas collectivity)
    • Prefect – Jean-Christophe Bouvier, Prefect of Saint-Pierre and Miquelon (2014–2016)
    • 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)
    • Administrator-Superior –
      1. Michel Aubouin, Administrator-Superior of Wallis and Futuna (2013–2015)
      2. Marcel Renouf, Administrator-Superior of Wallis and Futuna (2015–2017) [18]
    • President of the Territorial Assembly – Mikaele Kulimoetoke, President of the Territorial Assembly of Wallis and Futuna (2014–2017)
    •   Alo (Chiefdom of Wallis and Futuna)
    •   Sigave (Chiefdom of Wallis and Futuna)
      • King – vacant (2014–2016)
    •   Wallis (chiefdom of Wallis and Futuna))
      • King – vacant (2014–2016)

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

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

  1. ^ "Cocos Islands". www.rulers.org.
  2. ^ "Lord-Howe". www.rulers.org.
  3. ^ "Norfolk Island". www.rulers.org.
  4. ^ "Easter Island (Isla de Pascua/Rapa Nui)". www.rulers.org.
  5. ^ "Faroe Islands Government 2016". theodora.com.
  6. ^ "Galápagos". www.rulers.org.
  7. ^ "Friend and former colleague appointed governor".
  8. ^ "Åland Islands". www.rulers.org.
  9. ^ "French Guiana". www.rulers.org.
  10. ^ "Guadeloupe". www.rulers.org.
  11. ^ "Guadeloupe". www.rulers.org.
  12. ^ "Martinique". www.rulers.org.
  13. ^ "Mayotte". www.rulers.org.
  14. ^ "New Caledonia Government 2016". theodora.com.
  15. ^ "Réunion". www.rulers.org.
  16. ^ "Saint-Barthélemy". www.rulers.org.
  17. ^ "Saint-Martin". www.rulers.org.
  18. ^ "Wallis and Futuna Government 2016". theodora.com.
  19. ^ "Curacao Government 2016". theodora.com.
  20. ^ "Sint Maarten Government 2016". theodora.com.
  21. ^ "Cook Islands". www.rulers.org.
  22. ^ "Tokelau". www.rulers.org.
  23. ^ "Tokelau Government 2016". theodora.com.
  24. ^ "Svalbard Government 2016". theodora.com.
  25. ^ "Madeira". www.rulers.org.
  26. ^ "Enrique Hernández Bento toma posesión como delegado del Gobierno en Canarias".
  27. ^ "Canary Islands". www.rulers.org.
  28. ^ "Nicolás Fernández Cucurull, nuevo delegado del Gobierno en Ceuta".
  29. ^ "Akrotiri Government 2016". theodora.com.
  30. ^ "Anguilla". www.rulers.org.
  31. ^ "Guernsey". www.rulers.org.
  32. ^ "Jersey Government 2017". theodora.com.
  33. ^ "Montserrat". www.rulers.org.
  34. ^ "Montserrat Government 2016". theodora.com.
  35. ^ "Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha". www.rulers.org.
  36. ^ "Administrator Alex Mitham returns to take up his role".
  37. ^ "Guantanamo Bay U.S. Naval Base". www.rulers.org.
  38. ^ "Guantanamo Bay Naval Base". www.rulers.org.
  39. ^ "Northern Mariana Islands". www.rulers.org.
  40. ^ "Virgin Islands Government 2016". theodora.com.

External linksEdit

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