Finland’s Sanna Marin Is The Youngest PM Of The World And She Heads A Young Coalition
Finland becomes the first nation to get the youngest prime minister of the world. 34-year old Sanna Marin is all set to swear in as Finland’s Prime Minster. And she will head a coalition government with four parties headed by women politicians and three of them are under 35.
Young women coalition partners of Finland
Sanna Marin (34)
A Master in Administrative Sciences from the University of Tampere, Sanna Marin boasts of rich experience in politics. She was the first Vice President of the Social Democratic Youth between 2010 and 2012. She was elected as the City Council of Tampere in 2012 and member of the Parliament of Finland in 2015. Today she is the youngest price minister in the world.
Li Andersson (32)
Born on 1987, Li Andersson has been leading the Left Alliance party since 2016. Earlier she was the head of The Left Youth of Finland from 2011 to 2015. She holds a bachelor degree in Social Services and has studied international law at Abo Akademi University. Presently she’s specializing in international human rights law and refugee law.
Maria Ohisalo (34)
Maria Ohisalo hails from Helsinki and is leader of the Green League party. A sports enthusiast, she graduated from the Makelanrinne Sports Gymnasium in 2004 and went to pursue Master’s degree in social science followed by a doctorate in sociology. She joined the Green League party in 2008 and became its head in 2019.
Katri Kulmuni holds a Master’s degree in social science from the University of Lapland. She’s the leader of Centre Party of Finland and has been a member of Parliament of Finland since 2015. She became Minister of Economic Affairs in June 2019 and elevated to Deputy Prime Minister of Finland in September 2019.