7. Kaj Leo Holm Johannesen
Kaj Leo Holm Johannesen is a Faroese politician. He was the prime minister of the Faroe Islands, representing the Faroese Unionist Party (Sambandsflokkurin). He took office, succeeding Jóannes Eidesgaard on 26 September 2008 and left office on 15 September 2015, after his party and coalition with Fólkaflokkurin and Miðflokkurin lost the general election on 1 September 2015.
Johannesen is also a former international football player; he was goalkeeper for the Faroe Islands nation al football team.
In the Faroese parliamentary elections, held on 29 October 2011 Kaj Leo Johannesen received 1979 personal votes. This is the largest number of personal votes ever given to a Faroese parliament candidate.
He held this record until the general election 2015, when Aksel V. Johannesen received 2405 personal votes. At the same election Kaj Leo Johannesen received 603 personal votes.
Jørgen Niclasen is a Faroese politician. He has been the leader of the Faroese People’s Party (Fólkaflokkurin) since 2007.
On 2 October 2008, he was officially appointed Kaj Leo Johannesen’s Deputy Prime Minister, which he was until the Faroese parliamentary election, 2011. He was reelected and became the Minister of Finance in the Cabinet of Kaj Leo Johannesen II.