Find out everything you need to know about the Turkish Lira with this infographic designed by ORBEX.
An infographic by ORBEX.
Barack Obama left office after two terms, irrespective of his opinion of his successor or who he felt was the best candidate. Similarly, many countries adopt a similar system where Presidents have a maximum of two terms. However, sometimes, some people find a way to extend their stay in office. For Example, Turkish Prime Minister transited to the new role of President.
In Africa, the ten sitting Presidents mentioned in the infographic below have been in power for at least sixteen years, which is four US presidential terms. These are some of them: Paul Kagame (Rwanda), Idrissa Deby (Chad), Paul Biya (Cameroon), Robert Mugabe (Zimbabwe) or Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo (Equatorial Guinea).
Another example is Yahya Jammeh, who spent 23 years in office before he left office in February 2017. Moreover, the list is expected to shrink further this year, as Angolan President Jose Eduardo Santos has announced that he wouldn’t contest the next national elections.
An infographic by African Vault.
Donald Trump’s casino empire once dominated the gambling landscape of Atlantic City. In a period stretching across four decades, Trump operated a total of six casinos throughout the US and led his gaming businesses into bankruptcy five times. In January 2017, he was inaugurated as the 45th President of the United States.
Follow his journey from the boardwalk to bankruptcy, in our brand new infographic. Explore all six of Trump’s US casinos, chart his bankruptcies on a complete timeline, read real quotes about how much money he made and learn about East Coast licensing laws.
Using over 50 trusted sources (no fake news), including the New York Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal and original license documents, the infographic traces and tracks Trump’s exploits in Atlantic City and beyond. Was his use of US bankruptcy law unfair or ingenious, and was the Taj Mahal doomed from the start? Decide for yourself below.
An infographic by Online Bingo.
You weren’t the only one surprised by the referendum vote of the UK to leave the European Union; I was too! Well, we at Removal Reviews decided to create this infographic, because we believe it is important for everyone to see the real facts – the EU and UK economies depend on mutual trade. See how the European Union map is likely to look like in 2018, learn how many British expats live and work in other countries of the EU as well as the other way around. But what’s most striking is the difference between the growth in prosperity in the UK before and during their membership in the European Union – will the growth rate get back to how it was before their membership? What do you think?
An infographic by Removal Reviews.
It’s not the first time in history that we are surprised by a presidential election. And while voting day is not yet upon us, it’s been an interesting road so far. If history shows anything, it’s that anything can happen. For instance, someone can win the popular vote, yet still lose the election. It’ll be an interested road as to who will win. Will it be Trump or Hillary? Until then, we can only wait and watch their campaigns to presidency.
An infographic by ADT Home Security.