Statistics for Countries with more than one leader

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  • This quiz has been taken 52 times
    (32 since last reset)
  • The average score is 6 of 14

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HintAnswer% Correct
Whoever becomes President of France also becomes 'Co-Prince' of this country, along with the Bishop of Urgell in SpainAndorra
76%
This country's leader is called 'Captain-Regent', and there are two of themSan Marino
60%
This country has a Federal Council of seven people, which serves as the collective head of government and stateSwitzerland
56%
This ancient republic was ruled jointly by two 'Consuls'Roman Republic
56%
This country is ruled jointly by a king called the 'Ngwenyama' (which means lion) and his mother called the 'Ndlovukati' (which means 'She-Elephant')Swaziland
48%
This country has three presidents, which take turns in being chairmanBosnia and Herzegovina
48%
This country of the UK has a First Minister and a deputy that jointly lead the Executive OfficeNorthern Ireland
48%
This country is believed to have had many kings that ruled jointly including brothers Philip Halstensson and Inge the YoungerSweden
36%
This country has a leader called the 'O le Ao o le Malo', for one year it had twoSamoa
32%
This ancient city state had two kings called 'Archagetai' which ruled jointlySparta
32%
Also this city state had 9 Supreme Magistrates called 'Archons'Athens
32%
This British queen ruled jointly with her husband William of Orange by the law of 'Jure uxoris'Mary II/Mary Stuart
20%
This country used to have a superior Grand Duke and submonarchLithuania
8%
Similarly, this ancient city state had two mayors called 'Suffets' that ruled jointlyCarthage
4%

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