What does it take to become Prime Minister? When the question arises, everyone will say ‘need skills’. But there has been talk of both Finland’s form and ability as a leader. The ruling Social Democratic Party of Finland on Sunday recommended the name of 34-year-old Sanana Marin for the Prime Minister of the evening. Her name is being discussed all around the world, as the name suggests. She is gaining applause with a desire for progress. According to Finland’s largest newspaper, Helsinki Sanomet and Ilta Sunmate Tabloid, on December 8, the recommendation was made for the world’s youngest prime minister. This party became the largest party in the April elections. Marin, the party’s vice president and MP and she is also the Minister of Transport. She became a successful woman.
Marin has become prime minister after the resignation of Aunt Rinke. Marin is also the third female leader of Finland. “I never thought about my age and gender, I think of things that have won the confidence of voters,” she responded to the reporter. Antoine Rinn resigned on December 3 due to a postal strike dispute. Earlier, New Zealand’s Jasid Arden had been prime minister for 39 years, while Oleksia Honchuruk of Ukraine had been prime minister in 35 years. Likewise, North Korea’s highest leader, Kim Jong Un, reached the leadership level in 35 years. She became a successful woman.