Sanna Marin from Finland to become world’s youngest prime minister
Sanna Marin, thirty-four-year-old will become the world’s youngest prime minister. She is sworn in as Finland’s premier next week.
Marin will become the head of a women-led coalition government in Finland, which comprises five center-left parties, all of which are headed by women. According to details, the transportation minister was picker by her Social Democratic party to take charge after PM Antii Rinne quit as a prime minister of Finland.
Marin will be the world’s youngest sitting prime minister. New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern is 39 while Ukranian premier Oleksiy Honcharuk is 35.
Marin told about her age when speaking to reporters, BBC reported. She said,
“I have never thought about my age or gender, I think of the reasons I got into politics and those things for which we have won the trust of the electorate.”
She will be the third female prime minister of the Nordic country. According to Finnish broadcaster YLE, Sanne Marin was raised by a single mother and was the first person in her family to go to university.