State leaders are people who are required to lead a state or a region of a country and are responsible for ensuring that all the citizens are leading comfortable lives under their jurisdiction and leaderships. State leaders are expected to do their duty for as long as they can but there have been some leaders who have taken this fact a little more literally than expected.
Some state leaders in the world have lived so long that they surpassed the expected life span and served their state for a very long time period.
Chau Sen Cocsal Chhum was once the prime minister of Cambodia and lived for 103 years and 135 days. He is the longest living state leader in the history of the world. Celal Bayar who was the prime minister and president of Turkey lived for a time span of 103 years and 98 days, and this makes him another longest living state leader in the world.
Antoine Pinay was the prime minister of France and is also on the list of the state leaders who has the longest lives. Some other state leaders who are among the longest living ever were Willem Drees, Zhang Qun, Christopher Hornsrud, Hassan al-Hakim and Hastings Banda.