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This is an incomplete list of prominent political families. Monarchical dynasties are not included, unless certain descendants have played political roles in a republican structure (e.g. Arslan family of Lebanon and Cakobau family of Fiji).

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Albania

The Hoxha family

Peristeri family

The Nano family (father-son)

The Pashko family (spouses)

The Shehu family

Angola

The dos Santos–Van-Dúnem-Vieira Dias family

Antigua and Barbuda

The Bird family

The Frank family (uncle-nephew)

Argentina

Main article: List of political families in Argentina

Armenia

The Demirchyan family (father-son)

The Sargsyan brothers

The Margaryan family (father-son)

Australia

Main article: Political families of Australia

Austria

The Habsburg family of Austria (grandfather–father–children)

Azerbaijan

The Aliyev family (father-son)

The Bahamas

The Butler family

The Pindling family

The Symonette family

The Turnquest family

The Foulkes family

Bangladesh

The Sheikh family
The Zia family
The Dhaka Nawab family
The Nawab family of Dhanbari-Bogura
The Siddikys of Baliadi*
The Chowdhury family of Chittagong

Zamidar Abdul Bari Chowdhury (M.L.C) rich businessman from Chittagong. Founder of Famous Bengal Burma Stream Company(BBSC). Who fought against British rule with Mahatma Gandhi.

Forefathers from Gour

The Zaman family of Gopalganj
The Mansur Ali family
The Ahmad family
The Chowdhury family
The Huq family
The Abdullah al Mahmood family of Sirajganj
The Rahman/Ghaani family
The Abdul family of Sylhet

Barbados

The Adams family (father-son)

The Barrow family (brother-sister)

Belgium

Anciaux family (father and sons)

de Brouckère brothers

De Croo family (father-son)

De Gucht family (father-son)

Dehousse family (father-son)

Eyskens family (father-son)

Spaak family

Simonet family (father-son)

Vanderpoorten family

Van Rompuy family

Benin

The Soglo family

The Zinsou family

Bhutan

Dorji family

Bolivia

The Ballivián family (father-son)

The Fernandez Saucedo family

The Morales Ayma family

The Paz family

The Siles family

Bosnia and Herzegovina

The Izetbegović family (husband-wife-son)

The Pozderac family

Botswana

The Khama family (husband-wife-son)

Brazil

The Assed-Matheus (also known as Garotinho) family (spouses and daughter)

The Bolsonaro family (father and sons)

The Brás-Moreira family (cousins)

The Cardoso family

The Coimbra-Luz family

The Collor-Mello family

The Costa family

The Figueiredo family

The Fonseca family

The Franco family

The Geisel-Markus family

The Genro family

The Goulart-Brizola family (brothers-in-law)

The Kleinubing family[10]

The Kubitschek family

The Lula da Silva family

The Magalhães family

The Malta-Ribeiro family

The Matarazzo-Suplicy family

The Neves-Cunha family

The Quadros family

The Ramos family[13]

The Sarney family

The Vargas-Peixoto family

Brunei

The Abidin family

The Apong family

The Bakar family

The Ibrahim family

The Umar family

The Taib family

The Yassin family

The Yunos family

Bulgaria

The Bogoridi family

The Bokov family

The Mihaylovski family

The Shishmanov family

The Slaveykov family

The Staliyski family

The Stanishev family (father-son)

The Zhivkov family

Burkina Faso

The Compaoré family

The Sankara family

The Yaméogo family (father-son)

The Zerbo-Yonli family

Burma

The Aung San family (parents-daughter)

The Win family (father-daughter)

Burundi

The Bagaza-Buyoya family

Cambodia

The Hun family

Canada

Main article: List of Canadian political families

Central African Republic

The Boganda family–Dacko family–Domitien family and Bokassa family (distant relatives)

The Kolingba family

Chile

The Alessandri family

The Allende family

The Aylwin family

The Errázuriz family

The Frei family

The Girardi family

The Kast family

The Lagos family

The Letelier family

The Montt family

The Piñera family

The Pinochet family

The Pinto family

Republic of China

The Chang family of Yunlin

The Chang family of New Taipei

The Chiang family (father-sons-grandson-great-grandson)

The Chen family (Chen Hsin-an) (father-son)

The Chen family (Chen Qimei)

The Chen family (Chen Shui-bian)

The Chiu family (Chiou Lien-hui)

The Chiu family (Chiu Ching-te)

The Chou family

The Fu family

The Hau family

The Hsu family (mother–daughters of Chiayi)

The Hsu family (brothers of Taoyuan)

The Hsu–Wu family

The Huang family

The Huang–Liao family (siblings)

The Kao family

The Ku family (brothers)

The Lee family (Lee Huan)

The Lee-Han family

The Lien family

Ni–Kuo-Liu family

The Soong family (father-son-3 daughters)

The Su family (Su Jia-chyuan)

The Su family (Su Tong-chi)

The Su family (Su Tseng-chang)

The TanChen family (Chen Cheng)

The Wu family

The Yu family (Kaohsiung County Black Faction)

Mongolian

People's Republic of China

See also: Princelings

The Bo family

The Deng family

The Hu family

The Li family

The Liu family

The Mao family

The Xi family

The Zeng family

The Zhou family

Colombia

The Araújo family

The Barco family (father-daughter)

The Lleras-Restrepo family

The López family

The Pastrana family (father-son)

The Santos family

The Vergara family

Comoros

The Ahmed family (grandfather-grandson)

The Said family

The Soilih family (half-brothers)

Democratic Republic of the Congo

Kabila family (father-children) (see also The Sassou-Nguesso family and Bongo family)

Kanza family (father-children)

Mobutu family (father-son)

Tshisekedi family (father-son)

Tshombe-Nguza family (uncle-nephew)

Cook Islands

The Henry family

Costa Rica

The Arias-Sánchez brothers

The Calderón family

The Figueres family (father-son)

The Jiménez family (father-son)

The Monge family (uncle-nephew)

Croatia

The Tuđman family

Cuba

The Castro family

Cyprus

Clerides family (father-daughter)

Kyprianou family (father-son)

Papadopoulos family (father-son)

Vasiliou family (husband-wife)

Czechoslovakia / Czech Republic

The Benda family

The Dienstbier family

The Ferjenčík family

The Klaus family

The Lobkowicz family

The Masaryk family

The Okamura family

The Rakušan family

The Stropnický family

The Šabata-Uhl family

Denmark

The Auken family

The Ellemann-Jensen family

The Helveg Petersen family

The Hækkerup family

Djibouti

The Aptidon-Guelleh family

Dominica

The Boyd family

The Douglas family

Dominican Republic

The Báez family

The Bosch family

The Cabral family

The Fernández family

The Guillermo family

The Jimenes family

The Medina family

The Trujillo family

Ecuador

The Arosemena family

The Bucaram family

The Noboa family

The Plaza family (father-son)

Egypt

The Ghali family

The Mubarak family (father-son)

The Abaza family

El Salvador

The Meléndez-Quiñónez family

Equatorial Guinea

The Nguema family (close relatives)

Estonia

The Grünthal family

The Helme family

The Jürgenson family

The Kallas family

The Lauristin-Allik family

The Mathiesen family

The Lenk family

The Lotman family

The Must family

The Oviir family

The Päts family

The Ratas family

The Reiljan family

The Sarapuu family

The Savisaar family

The Tarand family

The Tõnisson family

The Tsahkna family

The Uluots family

The Veidemann family

Fiji

Main article: List of political families in Fiji

Finland

The Heinäluoma family

The Kalli family

The Kuusinen family

The Paasio family (father-son-granddaughter)

The Tuomioja–Wuolijoki family

The Vennamo family (father-son)

The Aura family (father-son-grandson)

The Häkämies family (father-son-son)

France

The Bardoux-Giscard d'Estaing family

The Cazeneuve family

The Debré family

The De Gaulle family

The Hollande family

The François-Poncet-Missoffe-Panafieu family

The Le Pen family

The Mitterrand family (uncle-nephew)

The Casimir-Perier family

The Poniatowski family

The Sarkozy family

The Villepin family (father-son)

Gabon

The M'ba-Eyeghe Ndong family

The Sassou-Nguesso family and Bongo family

Germany

The Adenauer family

The Albrecht family (father–daughter)

The Bismarck family

The Bülow family

The Bülows are an old Mecklenburg aristocratic dynasty with many members active in politics, in church or in the military.

The de Maizière family

The Ebert family (father-son)

The Goppel family

The Guttenberg family

The Gysi family (father and son)

The Koch family

The Lambsdorff family

The Niklas/Ertl family

The Schäuble family

The Speer family (father–daughter)

The Strauss family (father–daughter)

The Vogel brothers

The Weizsäcker family (grandfather-father-son-nephew)

Ghana

The Agyarko family (brothers and sister)

The Ahwoi family (brothers)

The Akufo-Addo family (father-son)

The Atta Mills family (brothers)

The Ayariga family (father, sons)

The Bawumia family (father, son, daughter-in-law)

The Jinapor family (brothers)

The Kufuor family (brothers, brother-in-law)

The Marfo family (brothers)

The Mahama family (father-son)

The Nkrumah family (father- daughter-son)

The Obetsebi-Lamptey family (father, son)

The Ocquaye family (father, son)

The Ofori Atta family

The Okudzeto family (father, nephews)

The Ramadan family (father, son, daughter)

The Rawlings family (father-wife-daughter)

The Smith family (brothers)

Greece

Main article: List of political families in Greece

Guatemala

The Arévalo family

The Cerezo family

The Colom family

The Rios family

Guyana

The Burnham family

The Jagan family

Haiti

The Duvalier family (father-son)

Honduras

The Azcona family (father-sons)

The Flores family (father-daughter)

The Melgar family (spouses)

The Reina brothers

Hungary

The Antall family (grandfather–father–son)

The Göncz family (father–daughter)

India

Main article: Political families of India

Indonesia

Main article: List of political families in Indonesia

Iran

The Davidkhanian family

The Khamenei family (grand children (1st cousins) and great-grandchildren (2nd cousins) are married to each other)

The Mosaddegh family (father-in-law, son-in-law)

The Mansur family (father-son)

The Zahedi family (father-son)

The Larijani family (father-son, groom)

Iraq

The Allawi-Chalabi family

The Arif family

The Barzani family

The Hussein family

Al-Suwaidi Family

Al-Pachachi Family

Chadirji Family

Ireland

Main article: Families in the Oireachtas

The Ahern family

The Blaney family

The Cosgrave family

The De Valera family

The Kitt-Brady family

The Lemass/Haughey family

The Lenihan family

The O'Malley family

The Andrews family

The Bruton family

The Coveney family

Israel

The Begin family

The Burg family

The Dayan family

The Herzog family

The Lau family

The Rabin family

The Sharon family

The Weizman family

The Yosef family

Italy

The Berlinguer family

The Craxi family

The Mussolini family

Jamaica

The Charles family

The Holness family

The Manley family

The Smith family

The Vaz family

Japan

The Fukuda family

The Hatoyama family

The Okawa-Miyazawa family

The Ōkubo-Yoshida-Suzuki-Asō family

The Satō–Kishi–Abe family

The Koizumi family

The Konoe-Hosokawa family

The Nakasone family (father-son)

The Saigō-Ōyama family

The Tanaka family

The Obuchi family

Jordan

The Al-Fayez family

The Majali family

The Al-Rifai family

The Badran brothers

The Lawzi family (father-son)

Kazakhstan

The Jandosov family (founder-son-nephew)

The Nazarbayev family (father-daughter)

Kosovo

The Sejdiu family

The Rugova family

The Haradinaj family

Kenya

The Kenyatta family

The Moi family

The Odinga family

The Nyagah family

The Awori family (Kenya and Uganda)

Kiribati

The Tong family

Korea, North

The Kim family (1948–present)

Other members of Kim family

Other non-bloodline members of Kim family

Korea, South

The Park family (father-daughter)

Kyrgyzstan

Main article: Politics of Kyrgyzstan

The Akayev family (father-daughter)

The Bakiyev brothers

Latvia

The Ulmanis family

The Kalniņš family

Lebanon

Main article: List of political families in Lebanon

El Assaad family

Abou Fadel family

Al Khalil family

Arslan family

Chamoun family (father-sons-granddaughter)

Eddé family

Karam family

El Khazen family

Mikati family

Gemmayel family (father-sons-grandsons)

Hariri family

Al Solh family (Married into the House of Saud)

Helou family

Jumblatt family (father-son)

Karami family (father-sons)

Hobeika Family (husband-wife and child)

Lahoud family

Moawad family (husband-wife)

Frangieh family

Salam family

Skaff family

Liberia

The Barclay-Tubman family

Brumskine family (father-daughter)

Skivring Smith family (father-son)

The Taylor family

Lithuania

Madagascar

The Ratsiraka family (uncle-nephew)

The Sylla family (father-son)

The Tsiranana family (father-son)

Malawi

The Chirwa family

The Mutharika family

Malaysia

The Abdul Razak–Hussein Onn family

The Mahathir-Hasmah family

The Anwar family

The Lim family

Maldives

The Gayoom family (husband-wife and their close relatives)

Mali

The Sidibé brothers

Malta

The Abela family

The Borg Olivier family

The Debono Grech family

The Fenech Adami family

The Delia family

The Galea-Muscat family

The Gonzi family

The Grech family

The De Marco family

The Mifsud Bonnici family

The Mintoff family

The Mizzi family

The Said family

The Zerafa family

Marshall Islands

The Alik family

The Kabua family

The Note family

Mauritius

The Ah-Chuen and Leung Shing family

The Jugnauth family

The Bérenger family

The Boolell family

The Duval family

The Guttee family

The Jeetah family

The Mohamed family

The Ramgoolam family

The Seetaram family

The Uteem family

The Virahsawmy family

Mexico

The Abascal family (father, son)

The Ávila Camacho family (brothers)

The Calderón Hinojosa family (father, children, daughter-in-law)

The Cárdenas family (grandfather, father, son)

The Herrera family (grandfather, father, nephew, son)

The del Mazo family (grandfather, father, nephew, son)

The Madero family (father, sons)

Moreira family

The Obregón family (father, son)

The Sodi family (great-grandfather, grandfather, uncle, grandchildren)

Montserrat

The Bramble family

Mozambique

The Mandela family (South Africa) and Machel family

The Guebuza-Dai family (brothers-in-law)

Namibia

The Nujoma family (father-son)

Nauru

The Adeang family

The Detudamo family

The Dowiyogo family

The Keke-Stephen family

The Kun family

Nepal

Main article: List of Nepali political clans

The Basnyat dynasty

The Pande dynasty

Damodar Pande

The Rana dynasty

The Thapa dynasty

Bhimsen Thapa, influential member of Thapa dynasty

The Koirala family

Connected Member

The Netherlands

The Donner family

The Regout family

New Zealand

The Allen family (grandfather-grandson)

The Ardern family (cousins)

The Armstrong family (father-son)

The Atmore–Baigent family (brothers-in-law)

The Barclay family (father-son-cousin)

The Bell family (father-son-grandsons)

The Brandon family (father-son)

The Bridges–O'Connor family (brothers-in-law)

The Brown–Garrick–Peacock–Webb family (brothers-in-law)

The Carter–Doocey family (father-son-nephew/grandson)

The Connelly family (father-son)

The Courtney–Williams family (great-grandfather and great-grandson)

The Douglas family (father-sons)

The Field family (brothers-cousin)

The Fisher family (father-son)

The Fraser family (husband-wife)

The Fraser family (husband-wife)

Both were members of the Dunedin City Council

The Fraser–Cullen family (wife-husband)

The Gerard family (father-son)

The Gill–Mitchell family (grandfather-grandson)

The Graham family (great-grandfather-great-grandsons/brothers)

The Grigg family (husband-wife-husband-great-granddaughter)

The Hamilton brothers

The Hanan family (uncle-nephew)

The Hay family (father-son)

The Henare family (great-grandfather/great-grandsons)

The Hislop family (father-son)

The Holland family (father-son-grandson)

The Holyoake family (father/son-in-law)

The Howard family (father-daughter)

The Hutchison family (father-son)

The Izard family (father-son)

The Jeffries brothers

The Kirk family (father-son-great-niece)

The Lange–Bassett family (Bassett was a cousin of Lange)

The Lee family (father-daughter)

The Levin family (father-son)

The Luxton family (father-son)

The McCombs family (husband-wife-son)

All three were members of Christchurch City Council.

The MacIntyre family (father-son)

The Mackenzie family (father-son)

The Mackey family (mother-daughter)

The Maher–McCready family (father/son-in-law)

The Mason–Wilford family (grandfather-grandson)

The Massey family (father-two sons)

The McClay family (father-son)

The McMillan family (husband-wife)

The Montgomery family (father-son)

The Moss family (father-son)

The Myers–Baume family (cousins)

The Nash family (great-grandfather-great-grandson)

The Nordmeyer family (father-in-law & son-in-law)

The O'Connor family (cousins)

The O'Flynn family (father-son)

The Ormond–Wilson family (grandfathers-grandsons)

The Paikea family (father-son)

The Parata family (father-son-descendant)

The Peters family (brothers)

The Pharazyn family (father-son)

The Ratana–Rurawhe family (brothers, wife, grandson)

The Reeves brothers

The Reeves family (father-son)

The Rhodes family (brothers, father-son-cousin)

The Richardson–Pearce family (Richardson was Pearce's great-granddaughter)

The Richmond–Atkinson family (brothers, relation by marriage)

The Rolleston family (father-sons)

The Seddon family (father-son-daughter)

The Semple family (husband-wife)

The Sidey family (father-son)

The Smith family (father-son)

The Smith family (father-son)

The Stewart family (father-son)

The Sutton family (brothers)

The Tamihere–Waititi family (father/son-in-law)

The Taylor family (father-son)

The Tirikatene family (father-daughter-nephew/grandson)

The Tizard family (husband-wife; parents-daughter)

The Uru brothers

The Wakefield family (father-son-nephew)

The Walls family (grandfather-grandson)

The Ward family (father-son)

The Wetere–Mahuta family (uncle-niece)

The Wilkinson–McLay family (half-brothers)

The Young–Bradford family (father-daughter-son/brother-in-law)

The Young family (father-son)

Nicaragua

The Argüello family

The Chamorro family

The Sacasa family

The Ortega-Murillo family

The Somoza family

Niger

The Diori family (cousins)

The Kountché family (cousins)

Nigeria

The Abubakar Olusola Saraki family (father, son, daughter)

The Awolowo family and the Osibanjo family (grandfather-in-law, grandson-in-law)

The Ironsi family (father, son)

The Onyeama family (father, son)

North Macedonia

The Crvenkovski family (father-son)

Norway

The Stoltenberg family All members of the family are associated with the Norwegian Labour Party

The Gerhardsen family All members of the family are associated with the Norwegian Labour Party

The Harlem family All members of the family are associated with the Norwegian Labour Party

The Bondevik family All members of the family is associated with the Norwegian Christian Democratic Party

Pakistan

Bhutto family

Sharif family

Palau

The Nakamura family (Brothers-sons)

The Remengesau family (father-son)

The Tmetuchl-Toriboing family

The Whipps family (father-son)

Panama

The Arias family

The Arosemena family (brothers-in-law)

The Boyd family (father-son)

The Chiari-Robles family

The Delvalle family (uncle-nephew)

The Lewis family (father-son)

The Torrijos family (father-son)

Papua New Guinea

The Chan family (father-son)

The Somare family (father-son)

Paraguay

The Argaña family

The Cubas family

The López family

Peru

The Acuña family

The Andrade family

The Bedoya family

The Belaúnde/Diez Canseco family

The Castañeda family

The de la Riva-Agüero family

The Fujimori family

The García family

The Morales-Bermúdez family

The Pardo family

The Prado family

The Schreiber/Arias Schreiber/Arias Stella family

The Townsend family

Philippines

Main article: List of political families in the Philippines

See also: Political dynasties in the Philippines

Pitcairn Islands

The Christian family

Poland

Poland is probably the only country in the world where identical twins were head of the government (Prime Minister) and head of state (President) at the same time.

The Adamowicz family (spouses)

The Banaś family (father and son)

The Bartoszewski family (father and son)

The Bosak family (spouses)

The Fleszar-Zandberg family (great-grandaunt and great-grandnephew)

The Gajewska-Myrcha family (spouses)

The Gierek family (father and son)

The Giertych family (father, son, grandson)

The Grabski family (brothers and great-granddaughter)

Also Stanisław Wojciechowski (president during 1922–26) is Kidawa-Błońska's another great-grandfather by his daughter's marriage to Władysław Grabski's son.

The Kaczyński family (identical twins)

The Kosiniak-Kamysz family (father, son, uncle)

The Libicki family (father and son)

The Morawiecki family (father and son)

The Nowacka family (mother and daughter)

The Piłsudski family (brothers)

The Rokita family (husband and wife)

The Sośnierz family (father and son)

The Śpiewak family (father, mother, son)

The Wałęsa family (father and son)

The Wassermann family (father and daughter)

Portugal

The Carmona and Carmona Rodrigues family (granduncle-grandnephew)

The Soares family (father-son)

The Portas family (father-brothers)

The Menezes family (father-son)

The Vieira da Silva family (father-daughter)

The Cabrita-Vitorino family (husband-wife)

Puerto Rico

The Calderón family

The Hernandez family

The Muñoz family

The Rivera family

The Pesquera family

The Romero family

The Roselló family

Romania

The Brătianu family

The Băsescu family (father, daughter, brother)

The Ponta-Sârbu family (husband, wife, father-in-law)

Russia / Soviet Union

The Artyukhov family

The Brezhnev-Churbanov family

The Budyonny-Peskov family

The Glazyev-Sinelin-Vityazeva family (brothers-in-law, alumni, co-partisans)

The Gorbachev family

The Kadyrov family

The Khristenko-Golikova family

The Kokov family

The Kondratenko family

The Kosygin-Primakov family (somebodies-in-law via two marriages)

The Lebed family

The Magomedov family

The Patrushev family

The Sobchak-Narusova family

The Shoygu family

The Stalin-Zhdanov family (fathers of spouses)

The Tkachov family

The Trotsky-Kamenev family (brothers-in-law)

The Udaltsov family

The Vorobyov family

The Yeltsin family (father-in-law and son-in-law)

The Zhirinovsky-Lebedev family

The Zubkov-Serdyukov family (father-in-law and son-in-law)

The Zyuganov family

Rwanda

The Habyarimana family and Kayibanda family

Saint Lucia

The Cenac family (brother)

The Lewis family (father-son)

Samoa

The Mataʻafa family

São Tomé and Príncipe

The Costa Alegre family

The Trovoada family (father-son)

Senegal

The Wade family (father-son)

Serbia

The Krkobabić family of the Party of United Pensioners of Serbia[31][32][33]

Seychelles

The Ferrari family

Sierra Leone

The Margai brothers

Singapore

The Lee family (Singapore)

Slovenia

The Kardelj-Maček family

The Oman-Podobnik family

Solomon Islands

The Chan family (father–son)

The Kemakeza family (siblings)

The Kenilorea family (father–son)

Somalia

Barre family (brothers)

Sharmarke family (father-son)

South Africa

Main article: List of political families in South Africa

Spain

Sri Lanka

Main article: List of political families in Sri Lanka

Syria

The Assad family

The Atassi family

The al-Azm family

Sweden

House of Bernadotte

Bildt family

Bodström family

Bohman family

Cederschiöld family

De Geer family

Douglas family

Hammarskjöld family

Heckscher family

Leijon family

Myrdal family

Ohlin family

Reinfeldt family

Wallenberg family

Switzerland

Binder family

Keller family

Blocher family

Schlumpf family

Wasserfallen family

Thailand

Charnvirakul family

Juangroongruangkit family

Shinawatra family

Silpa-archa family

Vejjajiva family

Wongsuwan family

Togo

The Gnassingbé family

The Olympio family

Trinidad and Tobago

The Capildeo family

The Fitzpatrick family

The Sinanan family

The Panday family

The Maraj/Maharaj family

Tunisia

The Bourguiba family

Turkey

The Ağaoğlu family

The Ağar family (father-son)

The Akçal family

The Albayrak family

The Arıburun family

The Arınç family (father-son)

The Arslan family (father-son)

The Ayaydın family (father-daughter)

The Bayar family

The Bilgiç family (father-son)

The Bilici family (father-son)

The Bölükbaşı family (father-son)

The Bucak family (uncle-nephew)

The Bulut family

The Çiçek family (cousins)

The Demirtaş family (siblings)

The Denizolgun family

The Ecevit family

The Emecan family (spouses)

The Ensarioğlu family

The Erbakan family (father-son)

The Fendoğlu family (uncle-nephew)

The Feyzioğlu family (grandfather-grandson)

The Gaydalı family

The Gökçek family

The Gülek family (father-daughter)

The Irmak family (father-son)

The Işık family (father-daughter)

The İlgezdi family (spouses)

The İnönü family

The İslam–Kavakçı family

The Kacır family (father-son)

The Karayel family (father-son)

The Kartal family

The Kılıç family (grandfather-grandson)

The Kocabıyık family (spouses)

The Koç–Selçuk family (father-daughter)

The Malkoç–Gül family (father/son-in-law)

The Melen family (father-son)

The Menderes family (father-sons)

The Öcalan family (cousins)

The Öymen family

The Özal family

The Özdağ family (father-son)

The Öztrak family

The Özyavuz–Aktemur family (former spouses)

The Pakdemirli family (father-son)

The Perinçek family (father-son)

The Ramazanoğlu–Kavaf (née Bostancı) family (siblings)

The Sazak family

The Şahin family (father-son)

The Sezgin family (uncle-nephew)

The Taşdelen family

The Türk family (siblings)

The Türkeş family

The Ürgüplü family

The Yıldız family (cousins)

The Yılmaz family

The Yüksel family (father-son)

Turkmenistan

The Berdimuhamedow family

Tuvalu

The Latasi family

Uganda

The Awori family (Kenya and Uganda)

The Kakonge family

The Kiwanuka family

The Lutwa Okello family

The Lule family

The Museveni family

The Obote family

Ukraine

The Kuchma-Pinchuk family (father-in-law and son-in-law)

United Kingdom

Main article: List of political families in the United Kingdom

United States

Main article: List of United States political families

Uruguay

The Arismendi family (father and daughter)

The Batlle family (grandfather, son, grandsons and great-grandson)

The Bauzá family (father and son)

The Beltrán family (father and son)

The Blanco family (grandfather, sons and grandson)

The Bordaberry family (grandfather, son and grandsons)

The Brum brothers

The Cuestas family (father and son)

The Demicheli family (spouses)

The Ellauri family (father, son and great-grandson)

The Fernández family (father and son)

The Forteza family (father and son)

The Grauert brothers

The Héber family (brothers and son of one of them)

The Herrera family (great-grandfather, father and son)

The Hierro family (grandfather, son and grandson)

The Jude family (father and son)

The Michelini family (father and sons)

The Mujica-Topolansky family (spouses)

The Nin brothers

The Pacheco family

The Ramírez family

The Saravia family (brothers and descendant of one of them)

The Sanguinetti family (cousins)

The Sendic family (father and son)

The Stewart family (descendant)

The Stirling family (grandfather and grandson)

The Terra-Baldomir family

The Tourné family (uncle and niece)

The Wílliman family (grandfather and grandson)

The Végh family (father and son)

The Zorrilla de San Martín family (grandfather and grandson)

Uzbekistan

The Karimov family

Vanuatu

The Lini family

The Sokomanu-Sopé family

Venezuela

The Chávez family

The Sucre family

Vietnam

The Ngô-Trần family

The Phạm family

The Trần family

Yemen

The Al-Shaabi family (brothers-in-law)

The Iryani family (uncle-nephew)

The Saleh family (father-son)

Zambia

The Chiluba family

The Kaunda family

Zimbabwe

The Mugabe-Chiyangwa family

The Mujuru family

See also

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