Silvio Berlusconi (4/10): Served as Italy’s prime minister in four governments.
Berlusconi was Italy’s fifth-richest man with a fortune of $6.2 billion.
several conflicts between private interests and his public duties landed
Silvio Berlusconi in court and several of those legal proceedings are still ongoing currently.
Jimmy Carter (7/10): U.s President 1977-81, More than 10 million jobs
were added to the U.S. economy during his tenure and job
growth averaged 3% per year — unmatched by any president since
A recession in the latter stage of his presidency pushed
unemployment back up and Carter was swept out of office in 1980
by Ronald Reagan.
George H.W. Bush (6/10): U.S President during 1989-93, Bush’s presidency is remembered for momentous foreign policy events, the fall of the Berlin Wall and symbolic end of the Cold War, the collapse of the Soviet Union and the 1st Gulf War, all of which he managed smoothly. His approval ratings soared, only to slide under the weight of a recession and a
Thaksin Shinawatra (4/10):
He was the Prime Minister of Thailand from 2001 to 2006. After selling shares of his corporation for more than a billion tax-free dollars to foreign investors, considerable criticism resulted.
A citizens’ movement against Thaksin, called the People’s Alliance for Democracy the movement against Thaksin, called People’s Alliance for Democracy or “Yellow “Yellow Shirts”, launched mass protests, accusing him of corruption, abuse of power, And autocratic tendencies Thaksin was overthrown in a military coup on 19 September 2006.
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