Women: Presidents And Prime Ministers In The 20th Century

Presidents And Prime Ministers

Women: Presidents And Prime Ministers In The 20th Century

In my view, I think democracy is about equality between women and men in civil society and government.

Surprisingly, there are more women voters, but fewer women are candidates. However, in my view, I think “Party

Democracy” is the big difference between democracy and dictatorship. I remember that Italian rule – the worst

dictatorship in modern history – banned women from participating in the National Government. Afghanistan.

the result was abruptly canceled by dictator Saw Maung.

Women: Presidents And Prime Ministers In The 20th Century

governmental structures: Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Netherlands, Iceland, Germany, New Zealand, Mozambique,

South Africa and Spain Another example: Under Bill Clinton, Madeleine Albright was the first female Secretary of State.

Sri Lanka, formerly known as Ceylan, is home to Sirimavo Ratwate Dias Bandaranaike. She is often described as one

of the most important women in history: Mrs. Bandaranaike became the first woman to become Prime Minister of

the World. She influenced Prime Minister Janet Jagan to Gro Harlem Brundtland by leading women’s rights and


Women: Presidents And Prime Ministers In The 20th Century

Inspired by the “Women’s Revolution” in Sri Lanka, Pakistan, India, and Bangla Desh, Chandrika Kumaratunga,

daughter of Bandaraike´s, was elected Prime Minister in 1994. Her government was very similar to that of her mother.
In fact, there were governments under women leaders such as Violeta Barrios de Chamorro, who fought for

democracy and women’s rights in Nicaragua, one of the poorest countries in Latin America.

Women: Presidents And Prime Ministers In The 20th Century

Finally, I would like to end my article with my favorite personal motto: “The future is for those who believe in the

the beauty of their dreams”, by Anna Eleanor Roosevelt fBegum Khaleda Zia was Prime Minister from 1991 to 1996…

ARGENTINA: In 1974 Maria Estela Martinez de Peron, better known as “Isabel Peron”, became the first woman

President in modern history. . In

March 1976, after 2 years of its rule, the office of military coup looga cast led by Jorge Rafael Videla.

into exile.

Women: Presidents And Prime Ministers In The 20th Century Sheikh Hasina Wajed was

as unpopular as his predecessor. Bangladesh was one of the few states whose government consistently had women.

from 16 November 1979 to 17 July 1980.

CANADA: Dame Kimberley Campbell was the caretaker Prime Minister from 25 June 1993 to November 1993.

she was not alone in power. Jeanne Sauce was Chairman from 1984 to 1989.

elected GG in 1999.

Women: Presidents And Prime Ministers In The 20th Century

Dominica government had one of the highest levels of human development in Latin America. In 1983, Mary Eugenia

Charles, admired by Margaret Thatcher of Great Britain, established diplomatic relations with the People’s Republic

of China (ROC) or Taiwan. She apparently supported the United States and Taiwan in their support of communism.

ICELAND: Vidis Finnbogadottir was the Head of the State of Iceland from 1980 to 1996. Vigdis was a key liaison

between the Soviet Bloc and the United States.  the world.

INDIA: Indira Gandhi was one of the greatest politicians in history. She served as Prime Minister of India from 1966 to 1977 and 1980 to 1984.

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