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Women In Government
Women in government are underrepresented in most if not all countries worldwide. In many countries, women have had inadequate opportunities in social participation, especially in striving for political rights and power in the government and different institutions. This historical tendency still persists, although women are increasingly being elected to heads of state and government.As of December 2018, the global participation rate of women in national-level parliaments is 24.1%.In 2013, women accounted for 8% of all national leaders and 2% of all presidential posts. Furthermore, 75% of all female prime ministers and presidents have taken office in the past two decades.Source : Wikipedia
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