World's Youngest Prime Minister is a Lady

You will have setbacks, but you will always land back on your feet 🍃🍁🌼

Sanna Marin was recently named the Prime Minister of Finland,  making her the youngest Prime Minister in the world. She was 34 years old  when she became Prime Minister. Many saw the importance of substituting the world for the country's highest role model for youth. Essential. It's no secret that her age has paid special attention to her. But before considering how crucial the age is, it is worth studying the way she came to the post of Prime Minister at the age of 34.

Sanna Mirella Marin was born on November 15, 1985, in Helsinki. She may have a biological father. But according to Wikipedia, she has two mothers. That is, she is the only child of a lesbian family.

In 2004, at the age of 19, she graduated from Pirkkala High School. She graduated from the University of Tampere in 2007 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Administration Science. From 2010 to 2012, she was the first vice president of the Finnish Social Democratic Youth Union. She was nominated for the first time as a candidate of the SPD in 2012 but was not elected to parliament.
In 2012, at age 27, she was elected to the Tampere City Council and served as its Mayor from 2012 to 2017.

She was elected as the second vice president of the Social Democratic Party in 2014. In 2015, at the age of 30, she was first elected to parliament representing the Prikanmaa region. Four years later, in 2019, she was re-elected to parliament for a second term and was appointed Minister of Transport and Communications.
In December 2019, the Social Democratic Party proposed the name of Sanna Marin as the next Prime Minister following the resignation of the then Finnish Prime Minister, Antti Rinne, for failing to manage the Finnish postal strike.

She proposed this by defeating her opponent, Antti Lindtman, by a very small margin in an internal election. She made her name as the youngest prime minister in the world. 👩 👑

Simply her story. Most of the Asian countries will be pleasantly surprised to learn this. She had at least held a ministerial portfolio for several months. Although there are much more qualified than the Sanna Marin in the parliament, it would be a disadvantage for such seniority to be considered for a higher position in the country such as the Prime Minister's post.

It also lacks positive features. But it does not mean that young politicians like Sanna Marin have no right to take up politics. It is a great tragedy. This does not mean that being young is a meritocracy in politics. Nelson Mandela is 76 years old. Mahathir Mohamed is 94 years old when he takes office in 2018. Therefore, it is not age but potential and competence. There should be no other obstacles to the one who is capable and strong.

if Sanna Marin is in another country in the world, the first problem maybe she will have is the child of a same-sex family. And also she is a single parent for her child. If she had run for the prime minister and contested at least one municipal council, various reactionary parties would starve against it. She will somehow prevent by people..

Either way, it will be a topic that has little to do with politics. Whatever her skill and ability, she will be pushed to the corner saying she needs more experience and time. Then, when she gets the opportunity, according to the seniority order, she too will become a politician around the country's traditional pillar. 

The world wants more young strong leaders, let them to grow, let them to make changes, there is nothing impossible. In each and every case You will have setbacks, but you will always land back on your feet. Every next level of your life will demand a different you 💎 


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