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|President of Luepola|
16 April 1901 – 27 December 1905
|Prime Minister||Ernest Šintić|
|Preceded by||Hrvoje Radić|
|Succeeded by||Office Abolished|
Himself (As Chairman of the Communist Party of Luepola)
|Chairman of the Communist Party of Luepola|
1 March 1894 – 21 February 1916
|Preceded by||Nikola Ceranić|
|Succeeded by||Stanislav Kolar|
Leonid Ben-Shahar Gintzburg
5 June 1853
Aneska, Aneska, Luepola
|Died||21 February 1916 (aged 62)|
Prishek, People's Republic of Luepola
|Political party||Communist Party of Luepola|
|Spouse(s)||Tihana Magdeka Gincburg|
|Alma mater||University of Obránse|
Lev Gincburg (Luepolan: [ˈlev ˈgintsbuɾg]; 5 June 1853 – 21 February 1916) was a Luepolan politician and Communist demagogue of Isheri descent who is most widely known for bringing the Communist Party to power in the First Luepolan Republic and transforming it into the into a Communist state during his rule as President. His variations of Flecques' ideals that were implemented during his rule served as a blueprint for the governance and administration of future Communist countries.