Top 5 International Women Politicians

[highlight highlightColor=”highlight-red” ]1.[/highlight] [highlight highlightColor=”highlight-green” ]Hillary Clinton, USA[/highlight]

Hillary Clinton had almost become President of United States of America is now 67th United States Secretary of State. One of the most influential women in the world and most reckoned with power apart from being the First Lady of former President Bill Clinton in the period 1993-2001. Ms. Clinton has not only worked for as Secretary of State or being First Lady or Wife, or Mother, but her remarkable role in advocating Healthcare and Family Welfare with creation of State Children’s Health Insurance Program, Adoption and Safe Families Act and Foster care Independent Act. Poised and suave Ms. Clinton has won many hearts across the globe with her gentleness and caring nature.

[highlight highlightColor=”highlight-red” ]2.[/highlight] [highlight highlightColor=”highlight-green” ]Aung San Suu Kyi, Burma[/highlight]

The Nobel Peace Prize holder, Suu Kyi is known for her outstanding efforts in reforming the national politics in Burma being the chairperson of National League for Democracy. She is famously known for her House Arrest in 1989 over a period of three years. A powerful lady following leads of influential people like Mahatma Gandhi and faith of Buddhism has made her mark on International politics, building bridges.

[highlight highlightColor=”highlight-red” ]3.[/highlight] [highlight highlightColor=”highlight-green” ]Sonia Gandhi, India[/highlight]

A woman of honour and power, Sonia Gandhi is today one of the most powerful women politician in India. A title which carried the entire nation’s weight Gandhi, is Chairperson and leader of the ruling party Indian National Congress. She is a popular face of Indian politics fighting like a tigress in keeping the name of her family and running the heritage of Congress.

[highlight highlightColor=”highlight-red” ]4.[/highlight] [highlight highlightColor=”highlight-green” ]Angela Merkel, Germany[/highlight]

First Women to Chancellor of Germany is Chairperson of Christian Democratic Union. Merkel known as De-Facto women, took many positive initiatives in expanding the life of Germany with German-American friendship. Moreover, she advocated in bringing reforms in Germany’s economic and social system and argued for Germany’s nuclear power to be phased out.

[highlight highlightColor=”highlight-red” ]5.[/highlight] [highlight highlightColor=”highlight-green” ]Dilma Rousseff, Brazil[/highlight]

First Women President in Brazil has been a socialist and a brave fighter against military dictatorship. Rousseff actively participated in militant activities of National Liberation Command and advocated Marxists politics among labour unions. Being the Minister of Energy, her efforts in conversation and making her presence felt around the globe was more of inauguration of a women’s presence in the Presidential Office. Forbes included Dilma Rousseff in the list of Most Powerful Women in the World and has been honoured with other prestigious title by State Honour, Woodrow Wilson Public Service Award and many more.

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Written by Madhurima

Madhurima is an amazing girl and feature writer from Delhi. To pep up her day, all she needs is a mug of black coffee, countryside music and a good read. If she is not in office you will find her shopping for magazines, browsing through books, exploring gastronomy at new outlets, or engaged in dialogues on how to live a happy life

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