Finland’s Minister of Transport and Communications will soon make history as the country’s youngest prime minister ever. Sanna Marin is 34-year-old.
Social Democratic party was selected Marin on Sunday to take over as the country’s leader after former Prime Minister Antti Rinne resigned last week. So once she takes office this week, She will become the world’s youngest sitting prime minister.
The largest party in the country’s governing coalition is the Social Democrats. As Marin told reporters she would work to rebuild trust within the coalition after a postal strike shook confidence in Rinne’s leadership.
She will also become Finland’s third female prime minister.
Jacinda Ardern is 39-year-old New Zealand’s prime minister and Oleksiy Honcharuk, 35-year-old Oleksiy Honcharuk, the prime minister of Ukraine were 2 youngest leaders who Marin join to talk.
There are some other parties who are under the age of 35 in Finland’s coalition government which are also led by women.