Health comes first, and I happen to know a lot about health.
B. Mary, Health Care manager, MHA(Master's In Healthcare Administration), Raleigh, North Carolina
Answered Feb 28, 2020
The correct answer to this question is thirty-four years old. In thirty-four years, Sanna Marin has created history by becoming the youngest Prime Minister in not only Finland but in the world. Since 2012, Marin has been active in politics. While she attended the University of Tampere, she was a part of the Social Democratic Youth.
While in this group, she held the position of Vice President from 2010-2012. While she is not attending to her prime ministry duties, she is also a wife to Markus Raikkonen and a mother to her two-year-old daughter. Marin herself is also a daughter to two same-sex parents.
Sanna Marin celebrated her 34th birthday on November 16, 2019. She celebrated her birthday when she was still serving as the minister of transportation and communications. She was chosen by her party, the Social Democratic Party, to take over from Antti Renni. Antti Renni stepped down because his party was not pleased with the way he addressed a postal strike issue. Sanna Marin got nominated by her party to become the next Prime Minister. She contested with Antti Lindtman, and she was able to defeat Lindtman. She was sworn in as the Prime Minister of Finland on December 10.
Due to this development, Sanna is the third woman to be in that capacity as the Prime Minister of Finland. And she is the youngest Prime Minister in Finland and in the world. Sanna Marin is expected to form a coalition government with four heads of parties in the country.
Sanna Marin was born November 16, 1985, in Helsinki, the capital city of Finland to same-sex parents. She attended Prikkala High School and graduated in 2004 at the age of 19. Afterward, she attended The University of Tampere and graduated with a master's in Administrative Science in 2017. She worked at Social Democratic Youth while at the university. She became the first Vice President of the association between 2010 and 2012.
At the age of 27, Marin became head of the city council in Tampere in 2012. At 30, she was elected from the electoral district of Prikanmma to the parliament of Finland. At 33, she became the Minister of Transportation and Communication. At 34, she became the Prime Minister of Finland, the youngest serving Prime Minister in the World and the youngest in the history of Finland.