List of Portuguese Presidents By Longevity

This is a list of Portuguese Presidents by longevity. Two measures of the longevity are given. The first is the number of days between date of birth and date of death; the second breaks this number down into years and days, with the years being the number of whole years the President lived, and the days being the remaining number of days after his last birthday. Mário Soares is the current oldest President still living and the 5th longest lived President ever. Where the person in question is still living, the longevity is calculated up to 3 February 2013.

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... President Date of birth First day of term Age at start of term End of term Length of retirement Date of death Lifespan 1 Arriaga ... days (700173000000000000073 years, 7002203000000000000203 days) # President Date of birth First day of term Age at start of term End of term Length of retirement Date ...

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