- Finland’s PM Sanna Marin has described as one of the “emerging leaders from around the world who are shaping the future”.
- Marin from the Social Democratic Party has been Prime Minister of Finland since December 2019.
- TIME article by Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg says, “Marin is part of a strong team of female political leaders”
Marin has been Prime Minister of Finland since December 2019.
This list had published since 2019. But as an extension of TIME100 magazine’s list of the most influential people in the world.
This year’s list includes people from various backgrounds, such as “Doctors and scientists fighting COVID-19, advocates of equality and justice. Also journalists seeking the truth, and artists who share their views on the present and future.”
At the age of 34, Finland’s PM Sanna Marin had sworn in by the Social Democratic Party on December 10, 2019. She became the world’s state leader and the youngest prime minister in Finland history.
Marin has been a rising star in the Finland’s political party since she first entered parliament in 2015. For many, she is a natural choice for her new role
What Erna Solberg wrote about Finland’s PM Sanna Marin?
The TIME article written by Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg, who stated that Marin was “an important part of a strong team of women political leaders in the Nordic Baltic region”.
“Sanna Marin known around the world as such a young prime minister. However, she is not a political upstart and has proven during pandemics that good leadership does not depend on age,” wrote Solberg.
“In times of crisis, show us what people are made of. She is an important part of a strong team of women political leaders in the Nordic Baltic region.
“I look forward to our future cooperation. And the opportunity to meet, “said the author.