10 world leaders in youth

Once upon a time the presidents, prime ministers and chancellors - the powers - were the same as you. They went to university, work, play, and one of them was even cool mod. After graduating from university and started their advance up the career ladder, these people have created their own style. Wearing a formal suit and tie or a skirt and knee-high pumps, they have limited our ability to judge what they really are. We offer you a look at what were the world leaders in the days of his youth.






1. Barack Obama, the US president.

In February 2010, doctors advised Barack Obama quit smoking. And although he seems at times uses replacement therapy nicotine addiction, but it did not give up the habit. Let's hope that he still quit, but for some reason it is a bad habit that makes it simple man, so to speak, closer to the people. How charismatic he holds a cigarette :), looking straight into the camera in her straw hat, talks about his non-trivial capable managers.

In February 2010, doctors advised Barack Obama quit smoking. And although he seems at times uses replacement therapy nicotine addiction, but it did not give up the habit. Let's hope that he still quit, but for some reason it is a bad habit that makes it simple man, so to speak, closer to the people. How charismatic he holds a cigarette :), looking straight into the camera in her straw hat, talks about his non-trivial capable leaders. & Quot; title = «1. Barack Obama, the US president.

In February 2010, doctors advised Barack Obama quit smoking. And although he seems at times uses replacement therapy nicotine addiction, but it did not give up the habit. Let's hope that he still quit, but for some reason it is a bad habit that makes it simple man, so to speak, closer to the people. How charismatic he holds a cigarette :), looking straight into the camera in her straw hat, talks about his abilities nontrivial head. »& Gt;

2. Gordon Brown, former British Prime Minister

In this photo Gordon Brown looks a bit silly. Wind tousled hair, tight jacket, tie and flowered slightly rumpled shirt say that this man still thinks about elegance. This may seem strange, but the tie flowered was standard at the time; his reluctance to stand out particularly noticeable because he feels uncomfortable when being photographed. Nervous hands and glance toward suggest that engaging in politics, he was guided by something more than just glamor.




In this photo Gordon Brown looks a bit silly. Wind tousled hair, tight jacket, tie and flowered slightly rumpled shirt say that this man still thinks about elegance. This may seem strange, but the tie flowered was standard at the time; his reluctance to stand out particularly noticeable because he feels uncomfortable when being photographed. Nervous hands and glance toward suggest that engaging in politics, he was guided by something more than just glamor. & Quot; title = «2. Gordon Brown, former British Prime Minister

In this photo Gordon Brown looks a bit silly. Wind tousled hair, tight jacket, tie and flowered slightly rumpled shirt say that this man still thinks about elegance. This may seem strange, but the tie flowered was standard at the time; his reluctance to stand out particularly noticeable because he feels uncomfortable when being photographed. Nervous hands and glance toward suggest that engaging in politics, he was guided by something more than just glamor. »& Gt;

3. Nicolas Sarkozy, the French president

Nobody wears a scarf as it makes the Frenchman. In this photo Nicolas Sarkozy literally exudes a carefree confidence. Long hair and unbuttoned shirt he then went more than a neat shoes and slicked hair now.

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