Pemimpin agung

Daripada Wikipedia, ensiklopedia bebas.
Jump to navigation Jump to search

Gelaran atau perihalan "pemimpin agung" (pemimpin tertinggi) biasanya merujuk kepada pemimpin segala pemimpin sesebuah negara, organisasi atau kumpulan lain yang diberi atau dapat menjalankan kuasa paling - penuh atau lengkap - ke atasnya. Di dalam sebuah agama, peranan ini biasanya dipenuhi oleh seseorang yang disifatkan sebagai wakil atau manifestasi dewa atau para dewa di bumi. Di dalam politik, pemimpin tertinggi biasanya mempunyai personaliti kultus yang berkaitan dengan mereka, seperti Adolf Hitler (Führer) di Jerman; Benito Mussolini (Duce) di Itali; Joseph Stalin (Vozhd) di Kesatuan Soviet; dan Pemimpin Agung Iran atau Pemimpin Agung Korea Utara.

Terdapat banyak diktator dan pemimpin parti politik yang telah mengambil alih jawatan-jawatan peribadi dan/ atau politik untuk membangkitkan kuasa tertinggi mereka. Perang Dunia II, sebagai contoh, melihat banyak tokoh-tokoh fasis dan berhaluan kanan yang lain meniru pemerintahan mereka pada persona Führer Hitler atau Duce Mussolini. Bagi pihak berhaluan kiri, beberapa pemimpin sosialis dan komunis menggunakan gaya gelaran "Agung" dan/ atau mengikut contoh Vozhd Stalin.

Senarai pemegang gelaran[sunting | sunting sumber]

Di senaraikan mengikut tarikh penubuhan.

1930an dan lebih awal[sunting | sunting sumber]

Perang Dunia II[sunting | sunting sumber]

Era Perang Dingin[sunting | sunting sumber]

  • Mao Zedong, the first head of communist China, officially named 伟大领袖毛主席 (translit. Wěidà Lǐngxiù Zhǔxí - "Great Leader Chairman").
  • Kim Il Sung, the first head of state of North Korea, is officially referred to by the North Korean government as 위대한 수령 (translit. widaehan suryŏng - "Great Leader").
  • Liaquat Ali Khan, the first Prime Minister of independent Pakistan was named as Quaid-i-Millat ("Father of the Nation") and Shaheed-i-Millat ("Martyr of Nation").
  • Sukarno, the president of post-revolution Indonesia was known as the Pemimpin Besar Revolusi (Great Leader of the Revolution) and Bung Karno ("Comrade Karno").
  • François Duvalier, the president-dictator of Haiti, obtained from the pocket parliament "Supreme Leader of Revolution" amongst other titles.
  • Ferdinand Marcos, the president-dictator of the Philippines, sometimes named as "Leader of Nation".
  • Fidel Castro, the communist ex-president of Cuba was known as the Máximo Líder ("Greatest Leader").
  • Enver Hoxha, the communist president of Albania was named as "The Leader", "Supreme Comrade", "Sole Force", "Great Teacher".
  • Nicolae Ceaușescu, the communist leader of Romania from 1965 to 1989, also adopted the title Conducător.
  • Mobutu Sese Seko, the president-dictator of Zaire, sometimes named as "Father of People" and "Saver of Nation".
  • Alfredo Stroessner, the dictatorial president of Paraguay from 1954 to 1989, was eulogized as Gran Líder and Único Líder.
  • Abd al-Karim Qasim, Prime Minister of Iraq from 1958 to 1963, named as al-za‘īm ("The Leader").
  • Saddam Hussein, the president-dictator of Iraq from 1979 to 2003, named as "The Leader".
  • Omar Torrijos, de facto dictator of Panama from 1968 to 1981, assumed the title Líder Máximo de la Revolución Panameña ("Supreme Leader of the Panamanian Revolution").
  • Nur Muhammad Taraki, the first president of pro-Soviet Afghanistan from 1978 to 1979 named as "The Great Leader", "The Star of the East" or "The Great Thinker".
  • Supreme Leader of Iran, the highest-ranking political and religious authority in the constitution of the Islamic Republic of Iran. The first person to hold this title was the Ayatollah Khomeini
  • The President of the United States is sometimes referred to colloquially as "Leader of the Free World". Note that this was never adopted as an official title.

Pasca Perang Dingin[sunting | sunting sumber]

  • Nursultan Nazarbayev, since 1991 the President of Kazakhstan, was granted the title Ұлт Лидері (translit. Ult Lideri - "Leader of the Nation") by a parliamentary decision in 2010.
  • Saparmurat Niyazov, president-for-life and dictator of Turkmenistan, gave himself the title Türkmenbaşy ("Leader of all Turkmens") and Serdar ("The Leader").
  • Kim Jong-Il is officially referred to by the North Korean government as 친애하는 지도자 (translit. ch'inaehanŭn chidoja - "Honorable Leader") and "The Leader" (his father Kim Il Sung after death stayed as "Great Leader").
  • Kim Jong-Un had a "Supreme Guide" after his father Kim Jong-Il died in 2011.

Dalam fiksyen[sunting | sunting sumber]

Rujukan[sunting | sunting sumber]