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Answered Feb 28, 2020
The correct answer to this question is a Finnish politician. Currently, Sanna Marin serves as the current Finland Prime Minister. She is the 46th Prime Minister of Finland. Marin began her service in this role on December 10, 2019. At 34 years old, she is the youngest to hold this title.
Not only is she the youngest Prime Minister in Finland, but she is the youngest in the world. Before she was elected Prime Minister, she served as a Minister for Transport and Communications. Sanna Marin is a member of the Social Democratic Party and started her role in politics in 2012.
Sanna Marin is the 46th Prime Minister of Finland. Before she was officially sworn in as the Prime Minister of Finland, she was the minister of transportation and communication but got chosen by her party to replace Antti Rinne, who was the last Prime Minister of Finland. Antti Rinne stepped down because his party did not have confidence in him anymore. Sanna Marin was nominated by her party, the Social Democratic Party, and the parliament confirmed her.
She was sworn in on December 10, 2019, and that makes the youngest Prime Minister ever in Finland and in the world. She was born on November 16, 1985, which means she is just 34. A lot of women are actually looking up to Sanna Marin to help them solve the issue of gender equality in the country. And with her current position, she will be leading a coalition that is full of women.
Sanna Marin is a Finnish politician. She is the current Prime Minister of Finland (the 46th Prime Minister of Finland), and she has been serving since December 10, 2019. Sanna Marin is 34 years old. She was born on November 16, 1985, in Helsinki, Finland. She is the youngest Prime Minister to hold this position. Sanna is also the youngest serving Prime Minister in the world. Sanna attended Pirkkala High School, where she graduated in 2004. She graduated with a Master of Administrative Sciences in 2017 from the University of Tampere in 2017.
She joined Social Democratic Youth, which is the youth organization of the popular Social Democratic Party of Finland in 2006. She became active in politics since 2012. Sanna became second deputy chairperson of the Social Democratic Party in 2014. She was elected to parliament in 2015. From June 2019, till she was elected Prime Minister, she served as the Minister for Transport and Communications.