A 34-year-old woman is to become the youngest prime minister the world. The new leader is Sanna Marin. She only celebrated her 34th birthday last week. She became the head the Finnish Social Democrats Party last week. Members her party voted for her an election on Sunday. She received 32 the 61 votes to become chairperson of her party. Ms Marin was the minister of transport and communications Finland. She will take as Finland's prime minister her former boss announced that he would be stepping down. The ex-prime minister, 57-year-old Antti Rinne, announced last week that he was quitting. Marin will be the youngest prime minister Finland's history.
Sanna Marin said she is very excited the prospect leading her country. She said: "There's a lot of work to be done. First, we'll have to call a meeting the ruling parties and review the government program. We have a joint government program which glues the coalition together." She added that one her first jobs is to increase the popularity her party with the Finnish people, saying: "We have a lot of work ahead to rebuild trust." Marin will lead a coalition government. All the other four leaders the coalition are also women. Marin is a new kind leader. She shares photos of her private, social and political life her Instagram page.