This is a list of the Oldest Living State Leaders, and it is comprised of 100 long-lived current and former heads of state. Incumbents will be shown in bold italics. This list is straight from the Wikipedia page of the same name. Here is the Wikipedia page. Those past 100 in italics will ascend when others in the list die.
Note that for some unknown reason, since leap day, the days calculations have been 1 day off, so when calculating age, add an extra day to the number of days presented (only until their next birthday).

No. Name State Position Birth Age
1 Hyun Soong-jong South Korea Prime Minister(1992–1993) 26 Jan 1919 101 years, 271 days[1]
3 Hau Pei-tsun Taiwan Premier(1990–1993) 13 Jul 1919 101 years, 103 days[2]
4 Javier Perez de Cuellar Peru Prime Minister(2000–2001) 19 Jan 1920 100 years, 278 days[3]
5 Tun Tin Burma Prime Minister(1988) 2 Oct 1920 100 years, 22 days[4]
6 Mustafa Ben Halim Libya Prime Minister(1954–1957) 29 Jan 1921 99 years, 268 days[5]
7 Francisco Morales Bermudez Peru President(1975–1980) 4 Oct 1921 99 years, 20 days[6]
8 Luis Echeverria Mexico President(1970–1976) 17 Jan 1922 98 years, 280 days[7]
9 Lee Teng-hui Taiwan President(1988–2000) 15 Jan 1923 97 years, 282 days[8]
10 Khamtai Siphandon Laos Prime Minister(1991–1998)
Chair of People's Revolutionary Party (1992–2006)
President (1998–2006)
8 Feb 1924 96 years, 258 days[9]
11 Tomiichi Murayama Japan Prime Minister(1994–1996) 3 Mar 1924 96 years, 235 days[10]
12 Abderrahmane Youssoufi Morocco Prime Minister(1998–2002) 8 Mar 1924 96 years, 230 days[11]
13 Kenneth Kaunda Zambia President(1964–1991) 28 Apr 1924 96 years, 179 days[12]
14 Daniel arap Moi Kenya President(1978–2002) 2 Sep 1924 96 years, 52 days[13]
15 Jimmy Carter United States President(1977–1981) 1 Oct 1924 96 years, 23 days[14]
16 Lubomir Strougal Czechoslovakia Prime Minister (1970–1988) 19 Oct 1924 96 years, 5 days
17 Guillermo Rodriguez Ecuador President (1972–1976) 4 Nov 1924 95 years, 354 days
18 Abdelsalam al-Majali Jordan Prime Minister
(1993–1995;1997–1998)
18 Feb 1925 95 years 248 days
19 Ali Hassan Mwinyi Tanzania President(1985–1995) 8 May 1925 95 years, 169 days
20 Giorgio Napolitano Italy President(2006–2015) 29 Jun 1925 95 years, 117 days
21 Mahathir Mohamad Malaysia Prime Minister
(1981–2003;2018–Present)
10 Jul 1925 95 years, 106 days
22 Ali Bozer Turkey Acting Prime Minister
(1989)
28 Jul 1925 95 years, 88 days
23 Yang Hyong-sop North Korea Chairman of the Presidium of the Supreme People's Assembly
(1994–1998)
1 Oct 1925 95 years, 23 days
24 Arnaldo Forlani Italy Prime Minister (1980–1981) 8 Dec 1925 94 years, 320 days
25 Tran Thiem Khiem South Vietnam Member of Provisional Leadership
(1964)
Prime Minister(1969–1975)
15 Dec 1925 94 years, 313 days
26 Valery Giscard d'Estaing France President(1974–1981) 2 Feb 1926 94 years, 264 days
27 Elizabeth II United Kingdom Queen (1952–present) 21 Apr 1926 94 years, 186 days
28 Abdoulaye Wade Senegal President (2000–2012) 29 May 1926 94 years, 148 days
29 Jiang Zemin China General Secretary of the Communist Party(1993–2002)
President(1993–2003)
17 Aug 1926 94 years, 68 days[15]
30 Valdas Adamkus Lithuania President
(1998–2003;2004–2009)
3 Nov 1926 93 years, 355 days[16]
31 Raif Dizdarevic Yugoslavia President of the Presidency
(1988–1989)
9 Dec 1926 93 years, 319 days
32 Thanin Kraivichien Thailand Prime Minister(1976–1977) 5 Apr 1927 93 years, 202 days
33 Pope Benedict XVI Vatican City Pope and Sovereign
(2005–2013)
16 Apr 1927 93 years, 191 days
34 Arturo Armando Molina El Salvador President
(1972–1977)
6 Aug 1927 93 years, 79 days
35 Edward Babiuch Poland Prime Minister(1980) 28 Dec 1927 92 years, 300 days
36 Hamed Karoui Tunisia Prime Minister(1989–1999) 30 Dec 1927 92 years 298 days
37 Hans Modrow East Germany Prime Minister(1989–1990) 27 Jan 1928 92 years, 270 days
38 Ciriaco De Mita Italy Prime Minister (1988–1989) 2 Feb 1928 92 years, 264 days
39 Kim Yong-nam North Korea Chairman of the Presidium of the Supreme People's Assembly
(1998–2019)
4 Feb 1928[17] 92 years, 262 days
40 Arthur Dion Hanna Bahamas Governor-General
(2006–2010)
7 Mar 1928 92 years 231 days
41 Fidel V. Ramos Philippines President (1992–1998) 18 Mar 1928 92 years, 220 days
42 Sisavath Keobounphanh Laos Prime Minister (1998–2001) 1 May 1928 92 years 176 days
43 Hosni Mubarak Egypt President (1981–2011) 4 May 1928 92 years, 173 days
44 Arnold Ruutel Estonia President (2001–2006) 10 May 1928 92 years, 167 days
45 Sir Arthur Foulkes Bahamas Governor-General (2010–2014) 11 May 1928 92 years 166 days
46 Enrique Bolaños Nicaragua President (2002–2007) 13 May 1928 92 years 164 days
47 Balakh Sher Mazari Pakistan Prime Minister (1993) 8 Jul 1928 92 years 108 days
48 Belaid Abdessalam Algeria Prime Minister (1992–1993) 20 Jul 1928 92 years 96 days
49 Chung Won-shik South Korea Prime Minister (1991–1992) 5 Aug 1928 92 years 80 days
50 Péter Boross Hungary Prime Minister (1993–1994) 27 Aug 1928 92 years 58 days
51 Kåre Willoch Norway Prime Minister (1981–1986) 3 Oct 1928 92 years 21 days
52 Borisav Jović Yugoslavia President of the Presidency
(1990–1991)
19 Oct 1928 92 years 5 days
53 Zhu Rongji China Premier (1998–2003) 23 Oct 1928 92 years, 1 days
54 Poul Schlüter Denmark Prime Minister (1982–1993) 3 Apr 1929 91 years, 204 days
55 Christos Sartzetakis Greece President (1985–1990) 6 Apr 1929 91 years 201 days
56 Édouard Balladur France Prime Minister
(1993–1995)
2 May 1929 91 years 175 days
57 Sam Nujoma Namibia President (1990–2005) 12 May 1929 91 years 165 days
58 Otar Patsatsia Georgia Prime Minister (1993–1995) 15 May 1929 91 years 162 days
59 Karolos Papoulias Greece President (2005–2015) 4 Jun 1929 91 years 142 days
60 John Turner Canada Prime Minister (1984) 7 Jun 1929 91 years 139 days
61 Sabah IV Kuwait Prime Minister(2003–2006)
Emir(2006–present)
16 Jun 1929 91 years 130 days[18]
62 Sir Orville Turnquest Bahamas Governor-General
(1995–2001)
19 Jul 1929 91 years 97 days
63 Jamshid bin Abdullah Zanzibar Sultan (1963–1964) 16 Sept 1929 91 years, 38 days
64 Nikolai Ryzhkov Soviet Union Chairman of the Council of Ministers
(1985–1991)
28 Sept 1929 91 years, 26 days
65 Mir Hazar Khan Khoso Pakistan Acting Prime Minister
(2013)
30 Sept 1929 91 years, 24 days
66 Violeta Chamorro Nicaragua President (1990–1997) 18 Oct 1929 91 years, 6 days
67 Muhammad Rafiq Tarar Pakistan President (1998–2001) 2 Nov 1929 90 years, 356 days
68 Alfred Moisiu Albania President (2002–2007) 1 Dec 1929 90 years, 327 days
69 Selim Hoss Lebanon Acting President
(1988–1989; 1989)
20 Dec 1929 90 years, 308 days
Lee Hyun-jae South Korea Prime Minister (1988) 20 Dec 1929 90 years, 308 days
Milan Panic Yugoslavia Federal Prime Minister
(1992–1993)
20 Dec 1929 90 years, 308 days
70 Efrain Goldenberg Peru Prime Minister (1994–1995) 28 Dec 1929 90 years, 300 days
71 Abdul Latif Dayfallah North Yemen Prime Minister
(1963; 1975)
1 Jan 1930 90 years, 296 days
72 Ahmed Osman Morocco Prime Minister
(1972–1979)
3 Jan 1930 90 years, 294 days
73 Hedi Baccouche Australia Prime Minister (1987–1989) 15 Jan 1930 90 years, 282 days
74 Shahabuddin Ahmed Bangladesh President (1996–2001) 1 Feb 1930 90 years, 265 days
75 Lho Shin-yong South Korea Prime Minister (1985–1987) 28 Feb 1930 90 years, 238 days
76 Ion Iliescu Romania President
(1990–1996;2000–2004)
3 Mar 1930 90 years, 235 days
77 Sir Anerood Jugnauth Mauritius President
(2003–2012)
Prime Minister
(1982–1995;2000–2003;2014–2017)
29 Mar 1930 90 years, 209 days
78 Vigdis Finnbogadottir Iceland President (1980–1996) 15 Apr 1930 90 years, 192 days
79 Jose Sarney Brazil President (1985–1990) 24 Apr 1930 90 years, 183 days
80 Edward Seaga Jamaica Prime Minister (1980–1989) 28 May 1930 90 years, 149 days
81 Gonzalo Sanchez de Lozada Bolivia President
(1993–1997; 2002–2003)
1 July 1930 90 years, 115 days
82 Carlos Menem Argentina President (1989–1999) 2 July 1930 90 years, 114 days
83 Dame Ivy Dumont Bahamas Governor-General (2002–2005) 2 Oct 1930 90 years, 22 days
84 Ivan Silayev Soviet Union Chairman of the Interstate Economic Committee
(1991)
21 Oct 1930 90 years, 3 days
85 Tuanku Ahmad Shah Malaysia Yang di-Pertuan Agong
(1979–1984)
24 Oct 1930 90 years, 0 days
86 Mabandla Dlamini Swaziland Prime Minister (1979–1983) 11 Nov 1930 89 years, 347 days
87 Choe Yong-Rim North Korea Premier (2010–2013) 20 Nov 1930 89 years, 338 days
88 Cesar Virata Philippines Prime Minister(1981–1986) 12 Dec 1930 89 years, 316 days
89 Dame Elmira Minita Gordon Belize Governor-General(1981–1993) 30 December 1930 89 years, 298 days[19]
90 Toshiki Kaifu Japan Prime Minister(1989–1991) 2 January 1931 89 years, 295 days[20]
91 Sir William Deane Australia Governor-General(1996–2001) 4 January 1931 89 years, 293 days[21]
Cleopa Msuya Tanzania Prime Minister
(1980–1983;1994–1995)[22]
93 Chun Doo-hwan South Korea De facto Head of State
(Coup d'état of December Twelfth)(1979–1980)
President(1980–1988)
18 January 1931 89 years, 279 days[23]
94 Sir Philip Greaves Barbados Acting Governor-General
(2017–2018)
19 January 1931 89 years, 278 days[24]
95 Dries van Agt Kingdom of the Netherlands Prime Minister(1977–1982) 2 February 1931 89 years, 264 days[25]
96 Isabel Martínez de Perón Argentina President(1974–1976) 4 February 1931 89 years, 262 days[26]
97 Lamberto Dini Italy Prime Minister(1995–1996) 1 March 1931 89 years, 237 days[27]
98 Mikhail Gorbachev Soviet Union General Secretary of the Communist Party(1985–1991)
Chairman of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet(1988–1989)
Chairman of the Supreme Soviet(1989–1990)
President(1990–1991)
2 March 1931 89 years, 236 days[28]
99 Sir Elliott Belgrave Barbados Acting Governor-General(2011–2012)
Governor-General(2012–2017)
16 March 1931 89 years, 222 days[29]
100 Jean-Jacques Honorat Haiti Prime Minister(1991–1992) 1 April 1931 89 years, 206 days[30]

Chronological list of the oldest living state leader since 1893

      Living

From To Name Sex Age when
oldest
Lifespan Country
? 18 Feb 1893
George Tupou I M ?–95 4 Dec 1797 – 18 Feb 1893
95 years, 76 days
Tonga
18 Feb 1893 14 May 1897
(4 yrs, 85 days)
Pedro de Aycinena y Pinol M 90–94 19 Oct 1802 – 14 May 1897
94 years, 207 days
Guatemala
14 May 1897 12 Apr 1900
(2 yrs, 334 days)
Tomas Gomensoro M 87–90 27 Jan 1810 – 12 Apr 1900
90 years, 76 days
Uruguay
12 Apr 1900 20 July 1903
(3 yrs, 99 days)
Pope Leo XIII M 90–93 2 Mar 1810 – 20 July 1903
93 years, 140 days
Vatican City
20 July 1903 17 Feb 1908
(4 yrs, 212 days)
Ignaz von Plener M 93–97 21 May 1810 – 17 Feb 1908
97 years, 272 days
Austria
17 Feb 1908 21 May 1916
(8 yrs, 95 days)
Artur Gorgei M 90–98 30 Jan 1818 – 21 May 1916
98 years, 113 days
Hungary
21 May 1916 10 Dec 1917
(1 yr, 204 days)
Mackenzie Bowell M 92–93 27 Dec 1823 – 10 Dec 1917
93 years, 348 days
Canada
10 Dec 1917 27 Jan 1921
(3 yrs, 49 days)
Justiniano Borgono M 81–84 5 Sept 1836 – 27 Jan 1921
84 years, 145 days
Peru
27 Jan 1921 17 July 1923
(2 yrs, 172 days)
Theodor Rosetti M 83–86 5 May 1837 – 17 July 1923
86 years, 74 days
Romania
17 July 1923 21 Dec 1925
(2 yrs, 158 days)
Jules Meline M 85–87 20 May 1838 – 21 Dec 1925
87 years, 216 days
France
21 Dec 1925 19 Aug 1928
(2 yrs, 243 days)
Stefanos Skouloudis M 87–89 23 Nov 1838 – 19 Aug 1928
89 years, 271 days
Greece
19 Aug 1928 20 Dec 1929
(1 yr, 124 days)
Emile Loubet M 89–90 30 Dec 1838 – 20 Dec 1929
90 years, 355 days
France
20 Dec 1929 29 May 1937
(7 yrs, 161 days)
Lizardo Garcia M 85–93 26 Apr 1844 – 29 May 1937
93 years, 34 days
Ecuador
29 May 1937 6 Aug 1945
(8 yrs, 69 days)
Alejandro Deustua M 88–96 22 Mar 1849 – 6 Aug 1945
96 years, 138 days
Peru
6 Aug 1945 16 Feb 1948
(2 yrs, 194 days)
Gennaro di Belmonte M 94–96 10 Apr 1851 – 16 Feb 1948
96 years, 312 days
Vatican City
16 Feb 1948 23 July 1951
(3 yrs, 157 days)
Philippe Petain M 91–95 24 Apr 1856 – 23 July 1951
95 years, 90 days
France
23 July 1951 21 July 1952
(364 days)
Pedro Lascurain M 95–96 8 May 1856 – 21 July 1952
96 years, 74 days
Mexico
21 July 1952 12 Dec 1960
(8 yrs, 144 days)
Christopher Hornsrud M 92–101 15 Nov 1859 – 12 Dec 1960
101 years, 27 days
Norway
12 Dec 1960 15 May 1966
(5 yrs, 154 days)
Venceslau Bras M 92–98 26 Feb 1868 – 15 May 1966
98 years, 78 days
Brazil
15 May 1966 25 Feb 1968
(1 yr, 286 days)
Camille Huysmans M 94–96 26 May 1871 – 25 Feb 1968
96 years, 275 days
Belgium
25 Feb 1968 14 Aug 1969
(1 yr, 170 days)
Alfredo Solf y Muro M 96–97 15 Mar 1872 – 14 Aug 1969
97 years, 152 days
Peru
14 Aug 1969 28 Mar 1972
(2 yrs, 227 days)
Joseph Paul-Boncour M 96–98 4 Aug 1873 – 28 Mar 1972
98 years, 237 days
France
28 Mar 1972 14 Feb 1973
(323 days)
Emile Reuter M 97–98 2 Aug 1874 – 14 Feb 1973
98 years, 196 days
Luxembourg
14 Feb 1973 25 July 1973
(161 days)
Dezso Pattantyus-Abraham M 97–98 10 July 1875 – 25 July 1973
98 years, 15 days
Hungary
25 July 1973 9 Feb 1974
(199 days)
Federico Paez M 96 4 June 1877 – 9 Feb 1974
96 years, 250 days
Ecuador
9 Feb 1974 19 Sept 1977
(3 yrs, 222 days)
Borys Martos M 94–98 20 May 1879 – 19 Sept 1977
98 years, 122 days
Ukraine
19 Sept 1977 22 Mar 1978
(184 days)
Isidro Ayora M 98 31 Aug 1879 – 22 Mar 1978
98 years, 203 days
Ecuador
22 Mar 1978 24 Apr 1978
(33 days)
Federico Chavez M 96 15 Feb 1882 – 24 Apr 1978
96 years, 69 days
Paraguay
24 Apr 1978 22 Aug 1986
(8 yrs, 121 days)
Celal Bayar M 94–103 16 May 1883 – 22 Aug 1986
103 years, 99 days
Turkey
22 Aug 1986 14 May 1988
(1 yr, 267 days)
Willem Drees M 100–101 5 July 1886 – 14 May 1988
101 years, 314 days
Netherlands
14 May 1988 14 Dec 1990
(2 yrs, 252 days)
Prince Naruhiko Higashikuni M 100–102 3 Dec 1887 – 20 Jan 1990
102 years, 48 days
Japan
20 Jan 1990 14 Dec 1990
(329 days)
Zhang Qun M 100–101 9 May 1889 – 14 Dec 1990
101 years, 220 days
Taiwan
14 Dec 1990 13 Dec 1994
(3 yrs, 364 days)
Antoine Pinay M 98–102 30 Dec 1891 – 13 Dec 1994
102 years, 348 days
France
13 Dec 1994 10 Apr 1995
(119 days)
Morarji Desai M 98–99 29 Feb 1896 – 10 Apr 1995
99 years, 42 days
India
10 Apr 1995 25 Nov 1997
(2 yrs, 231 days)
Hastings Banda M 97–99 15 Feb 1898 – 25 Nov 1997
99 years, 285 days
Malawi
25 Nov 1997 15 Jan 1998
(52 days)
Gulzarilal Nanda M 99 4 July 1898 – 15 Jan 1998
99 years, 196 days
India
15 Jan 1998 13 July 1998
(180 days)
Konstantinos Kollias M 96 1901 – 13 July 1998
96 years, 364- days
Greece
13 July 1998 8 Feb 2000
(1 yr, 211 days)
Ion Gheorghe Maurer M 95–97 23 Sept 1902 – 8 Feb 2000
97 years, 139 days
Romania
8 Feb 2000 31 Oct 2002
(2 yrs, 267 days)
Michail Stasinopoulos M 96–99 27 July 1903 – 31 Oct 2002
99 years, 143 days
Greece
31 Oct 2002 10 June 2004
(1 yr, 224 days)
Xenophon Zolotas M 98–100 26 Apr 1904 – 10 June 2004
100 years, 45 days
Greece
10 June 2004 22 Jan 2009
(4 yrs, 228 days)
Chau Sen Coscal Chhum M 98–103 1 Sept 1905 – 22 Jan 2009
103 years, 143 days
Cambodia
22 Jan 2009 16 Apr 2009
(85 days)
Abdel Halim Muhammad M 98–99 10 Apr 1910 – 16 Apr 2009
99 years, 6 days
Sudan
16 Apr 2009 4 Jan 2010
(264 days)
Johan Ferrier M 98–99 12 May 1910 – 4 Jan 2010
99 years, 238 days
Suriname
4 Jan 2010 15 Mar 2012
(2 yrs, 72 days)
Bernardino Gonzalez Ruiz M 98–100 11 Jan 1911 – 15 Mar 2012
101 years, 65 days
Panama
15 Mar 2012 12 June 2012
(90 days)
Sheikh Mukhtar Mohamed Hussein M 100 1912 – 12 June 2012
100 years, 162- days
Somalia
12 June 2012 9 Aug 2013
(1 yr, 58 days)
Telmo Vargas M 99–100 9 Oct 1912 – 9 Aug 2013
100 years, 304 days
Ecuador
9 Aug 2013 27 July 2016
(2 yrs, 353 days)
Piet de Jong M 98–101 3 Apr 1915 – 27 July 2016
101 years, 115 days
Netherlands
27 July 2016 1 Oct 2018
(2 yrs, 66 days)
Đỗ Mười M 99–101 2 Feb 1917 – 1 Oct 2018
101 years, 241 days
Vietnam
1 Oct 2018 17 Jan 2019
(108 days)
Babiker Awadalla M 101 2 Mar 1917 – 17 Jan 2019
101 years, 321 days
Sudan
17 Jan 2019 29 Nov 2019
(314 days)
Yasuhiro Nakasone M 100–101 27 May 1918 – 29 Nov 2019
101 years, 186 days
Japan
29 Nov 2019 Present
0 years, 329 days
Hyun Soong-jong M 100* Born 26 Jan 1919
101 years, 271 days
South Korea

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