Let’s check out the top 10 most interesting collection of the most powerful and the most famous personalities in the world who are the leading bodies of the world and have conquered public’s opinions and favors with their dominance and supremacy.
There are almost 7 billion people in the world currently. Amongst those, only a few have the influence and power over other and are considered as the leading souls of Earth. They run the world with their authorities and potentials and leading people under them towards betterment and innovation.
Since 2009, Forbes magazine has been compiling an annual list of the world’s most powerful people. The list has one slot for every 100 million people in the world and the lists of the top powerful people are being maintained keeping in view the human and financial resources that they have sway over, as well as their impact on world events. These world’s most powerful people mainly are heads of the state, philanthropists, financiers and entrepreneurs ruling the world.
The power of these dominant and persuasive personalities can be measured considering their power over lots of people, their financial resources, their influence on multiple areas and most importantly the active use of their power. All these factors are kept under consideration while compiling the list of the important list of the most impressive, eloquent and powerful people.
Pope Francis’ power and influence are unbeatable as he has been named by the top magazines of the world as powerful and influential by Forbes and Time respectively. Barack Obama has already appeared 13 times on the list of influential people by Time magazine and again regarded as the most powerful person by Forbes. The PM of UK, David tragically ruled and showed his ultimate power at multiple times. Salman bin Abdul Aziz having a current net worth of $174.8 billion is one of the prominent names in the list of the most strong and impressive people.
Below Is World’s Most Powerful People Of 2017 – List of The Top 10
Pope Francis (Pope of the Roman Catholic Church)
79-year-old Pope is the religious leader to 1/6th of the world’s population i.e. 1.2 billion souls. Pope Francis has made it his journey to change the long standing traditional image of the Catholic Church. The made a six-day visit to the United States in September, approaching Congress and the United Nations and counseling actions on problems, including climate change, immigration, and the oppression of Christians and other religious minorities in the Middle East.
Kim Jong Un (Supreme leader of the DPRK)
33-year old Kim Jong has complete jurisdiction over the lives of 25 million individuals who live in his solitary, rusting state; in the application, it’s not direct how much authority he allots to the military chiefs. What’s unquestionable is that Kim is fond the same saber-rattling, that’s come to describe the “hermit kingdom” in September, North Korea declared plans to introduce a rocket supposed to be a chunk of an intercontinental ballistic missile program.
Vladimir Putin (President of Russia)
63-year old Russia’s president is constant to prove he’s one of the few people in the world dominant enough to do what he wants and get away with it. Global penalties set in place after he grabbed Crimea and waged war-by-proxy in the Ukraine have kneecapped the Ruble and operated Russia into deepening the recession, but haven’t injured Putin one bit: In June, his acceptance ratings extended an all-time high of 89%. In October, he exploded ISIS forces in Syria and then encountered face-to-face with President Assad, making the U.S. and NATO look fragile in the region, and serving rebuild Russian influence overseas.
Angela Merkel (Chancellor of Germany)
61-year old German Chancellor Angela Merkel pursues her govern as the most dominant woman in the World for a decade running. She grasped a third four-year term of Europe’s most spirited economy in December 2014, making her the longest-serving voted EU head of state. She fought off a national depression during the international economic crisis with spur packages and government subsidies for organizations that cut hours for employees, and she is in the thick of demanding to help Greece resuscitate its economy.
Xi Jinping (General Secretary of the Communist Party of China)
62-year old Xi Jinping holds all three offices needed to be China’s most important leader, becoming what some have called the most persuasive Chinese leader since Mao Zedong. Xi was fast to view the advantages of privatization-friendly refinements and further symbols of fresh reasoning are everywhere. He has a shockingly positive and confident public profile, even enabling the state media to produce a day-in-the-life account of his workday.
Barack Obama (President of the US)
Obama is one the most powerful people, Undoubtedly the United States remains the world’s best economic, cultural, diplomatic, technological and military control. But as 54-year old Obama invades the final year of his presidency, it’s clear his power is shrinking, and it’s a bigger fight than ever to get things done. At home, his approval ratings are eternally stuck below 50%; abroad, he’s outshined by Angela Merkel in Europe, and outflank by Putin in the Middle East.
Bill Gates (Founder of Microsoft)
60-year old Bill Gates has built an image as a significant scholar about the world’s issues and has guided the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to solve gnarled problems like modifying health care and the utilization of vaccines in developing nations. In December 2015, at the UN climate talks in Paris, Gates elevated his profile on an international stage when he addressed the emergence of the Breakthrough Energy Coalition, a squad of more than 20 billionaires who have concurred to spend in unconventional clean energy. By 2016, Bill Gates worth is 78.7 billion USD which making the world’s most richest human on the earth.
Janet Yellen (Chairwoman of the Federal Reserve)
69-year old Janet Yellen created history in 2014 when she was made the first female head of the Federal Reserve. The Yale and Brown literate economist has hardly had a moment’s relief since then: She took over directly after the central bank began to unroll its downturn era bond purchasing program and then nimbly ushered markets through six cuts that conducted monthly purchases to $0 from a peak of $85 billion. Now the Fed could loosen the economic reigns further by starting to walk interest rates as soon as December 2015, an achievement that was expected earlier in the year but hasn’t tried since 2004.
Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud (King of Saudi Arabia)
80-year old crowned King of Saudi Arabia in January 2015 after the passing away of his half-brother, King Abdullah, Al Saud started wielding his influence promptly. In April, he declared he would change the Saudi line of sequence, in which kingship is passed among the sons of Abdulaziz ibn Saud, the country’s originator. His new scheme passes the crown to the upcoming age group, putting grandson Prince Mohammed bin Nayef in line for the rule and protect a younger line of incoming leaders.
David Cameron (resigned as UK PM)
Now UK PM is Theresa May. David Cameron resigns as the UK Prime Minister. The Conservative leader is fond of Twitter; he has 834,000 followers and selfies, most popularly the shot with Barack Obama and then Danish PM Helle Thorning-Schmidt during Nelson Mandela’s memorial in 2013.