The 14th Dalai Lama is neither a president nor a king. But in a way he is the leader of Tibetans. Below is a link to an article about his succession:
The Dalai Lama Promises To Clarify His Succession—When He’s Around 90 – Global Spin – TIME.com.
Please enjoy the reading. And some questions for you to think about:
– In your opinion, can a 90-year-old person be a good leader?
– Do you think that political leaders should give up their function when reaching some age?
– What would you say about managers in a company? Should there be an age limit for this job?