Magdalena Andersson has become Sweden”s first female prime minister.
But she is among the minority: there are just five other women leading their countries in the European Union: Finland’s Sanna Marin; Estonia’s Kaja Kallas; Lithuania’s Ingrida ?imonyt?; Denmark’s Mette Frederiksen and Germany’s Angela Merkel.
Merkel has been acting in a caretaker capacity since elections in September, having first become Germany’s Chancellor in 2005.
The 67-year-old, Europe’s longest-serving female leadermore than 1,300 of them in critical care., is set to be replaced by Olaf Scholz in early DecemberThe crowd, dozens of protesters scattered to create mayhem dow.
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