Andrzej Duda, the next president of the Republic of Poland is the youngest president in the world. On May 16, he turned 43.
When it comes to all heads of state (royals and dictators included) in the world, only four are younger than Duda, tok.fm radio informed based on its research. In Europe, only Bujar Nishani (Albania, 49 years old) and Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic (Croatia, 47 years old) are presidents that are still in their forties. The radio failed to check the age of Baldwin Lonsdale, the president of Vanuatu, but according to his photos he is much older than Duda.
The latest polls showed that Andrzej Duda has won the elections with 52 percent of the votes, beating the current president Bronisław Komorowski.