See Pictures Of The Youngest Female Serving State Leader In The World.
Sanna Mirella Marin
The politician who once served as Minister of Communications and Transport from mid- 2019 to 10th of Dec. 2019, became the Prime minister after Antti Rinne's resigned.
The 34 year old is presently the second youngest serving state leader in the world, and her country's youngest ever Prime Minister.
Sanna Marin who is the 46th Prime Minister, assumed office on the 10th of December last year. She's subject to Finland's President Sauli Niinisto.
The female leader was born in Helsinki. She once lived in Pirkkala and Espoo before migrating to Tampere.
The young politician attended and graduated from one Pirkkala High School in the year 2004 at 19 year of age.
However, Marin graduated from the University of Tampere with Bsc and Msc in Administrative Science.
While she was at the university, it was disclosed that she worked in a bakery and also as a cashier. She is a hardworking and determined lady.
Here are some photos of her:
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