Sukarno and Mohammad Hatta are the founders of Indonesia.
He established the dual system of shared power between secular and Buddhist leadership that continues as a tradition to the present.
Sun Yat-sen is known as the "Forerunner of the Democratic Revolution" (革命先行者) in the People's Republic of China.
The Founder of Independent Egypt Saad Zaghloul (1859–August 23, 1927) was a politician who served in many ministries of the Egyptian government, and was imprisoned by the British in Malta, but returned to Egypt to complete the revolution in 1919.
Zaghloul then was able to make the Sultan of Egypt (later King) Fuad I convince the British to give Egypt independence with a friendly British-Egyptian relationship and in 1922, Egypt was proclaimed an independent Kingdom, the Kingdom of Egypt with Saad Zaghloul as its Prime Minister. Ahmed Seku Turay) (January 9, 1922 – March 26, 1984) was a Guinean political leader and President of Guinea from 1958 to his death in 1984.
Touré was one of the primary Guinean nationalists involved in the independence of the country from France.
He is with Kwame Nkrumah one of the founders of the African Union, and the Guinean Diallo Telly was the first general secretary of the African Union.
For the founding fathers of the United States, see Founding Fathers of the United States.
For the founding fathers of the European Union, see Founding fathers of the European Union.
King Idris Al-sanusi, also known as Idris I of Libya, (12 March 1889 – ) was the first and only king of Libya, reigning from 1951 to 1969, and the Chief of the Senussi Muslim order.
Idris as-Senussi proclaimed an independent Emirate of Cyrenaica in 1949.
His expression "Bir kərə yüksələn bayraq, bir daha enməz! ") has become the motto of the independence movement in Azerbaijan in the 20th century. Osmani are hailed as vital figures in Bangladesh's independence.