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The concept of an "inherited presidentship" is not common, as presidents are typically elected rather than inheriting the position. However, there are instances where family members or close associates of former presidents have succeeded them in office. Here are a few examples:

  1. Syria: The Al-Assad family has held the presidency in Syria since 1971. Hafez al-Assad came to power through a coup and ruled until his death in 2000. He was succeeded by his son, Bashar al-Assad, who has remained in power since then.

  2. Azerbaijan: Heydar Aliyev served as the President of Azerbaijan from 1993 to 2003. After his resignation, his son, Ilham Aliyev, was elected as his successor and has been re-elected in subsequent elections, effectively maintaining the presidency within the family.

  3. Democratic People's Republic of Korea (North Korea): North Korea follows a unique system of leadership known as the "Kim dynasty." Kim Il-sung, the country's founder, served as the President from 1972 until his death in 1994. He was succeeded by his son, Kim Jong-il, who held the position until his death in 2011. The current leader is Kim Jong-un, the son of Kim Jong-il.

It's important to note that these examples are not traditional inherited presidencies in the same way that hereditary monarchies function. They are instances where power has been transferred within families or through political systems that are not purely democratic.

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Хорошо бы перевести)

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Да, я тоже не знаю английского)

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