Atifete Yahyaga (alb. Atifete Jahjagaserb. Atifete Јahјaga, April 20, 1975, Djakovica, Yugoslavia) – April 7, 2011, a President of the Republic of Kosovo, the first woman in that position. C 2011 is the youngest woman of the existing state leaders in the world and the youngest of the current heads of state as president. Younger than her only three men: two of the monarch and head of state of precarious position.
Primary and secondary education has been in Pristina. After graduating from high school, entered the law faculty of the University of Pristina. After its closure in 2000, she continued her education at the University of Leicester English – on course criminology and police management. Continue reading
Rosario del Pilar Fernandez Figueroa (born Rosario Del Pilar Fernández Figueroa; race. 1955, Lima) – Peruvian politician, Prime Minister of Peru from 19 March to 28 July 2011.
Born in a family lawyer, Deputy Minister of Justice. She graduated from the Pontifical University of Lima, where she studied law. Practiced law, taught at the alma mater. In 1988 he was co-founder of the law firm and worked there before starting work in the government. In 2007-09 and in 2010-11 – Minister of Justice. On her initiative in Peru has expanded its network of prisons and judicial reform. Continue reading
Micheline Calmy-Rey (born Micheline Calmy-Rey, in the Russian language is often found writing Calmy-Rey, was born July 8, 1945, Sion, Valais, Switzerland) – Swiss statesman and political figure.
Graduated from the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, received a master’s degree in 1968. Member of the Social Democratic Party of Switzerland, the chairman of its Geneva office in 1986-1990, 1993-1997. Member of the Grand Council of Geneva in 1981-1997, Chairman of the Grand Council in 1992-1993. Member of the State Council of Geneva in 1997-2003. Chairman of the State Council of Geneva in 2001-2003. Member of the Swiss Federal Council, Head of the Department of Foreign Affairs since 2003. President of Switzerland in 2007 and 2011. Continue reading
Dilma Vana Rousseff (Rousseff ) (Port. Dilma Vana Rousseff, MFA [dʒiwmɐ χusɛf]; race. Dec. 14, 1947, Belo Horizonte) – Brazilian politician, President of the Federative Republic of Brazil on January 1, 2011, member left the Workers’ Party.
Dilma was born to a Bulgarian emigrant Peter Ruseva (Bulgarian Petar Stefanov Rusev). Her father, an active member of the Bulgarian Communist Party, because of political persecution was forced to emigrate from Bulgaria in 1929; lived for some time in France, where he began to write his name as Rousseff. Then he moved to Argentina and a few years later moved to Brazil, where he married Janet Dilma Coimbra Silva. They had three children: Igor, Dilma Vana and Jean Lucia. Continue reading
Iveta Radicova (nee – Karafiatova; Slovak. Iveta Radičová (Karafiátová); race. Dec. 7, 1956, Bratislava) – Slovak politician and social scientist. On July 8, 2010 – Prime Minister of Slovakia; Minister of Labor in 2005-06, a presidential candidate in 2009 elections.
Graduated from the Philosophy Faculty of the Comenius University, worked in the specialty Slovak Academy of Sciences and the alma mater at the departments of sociology and political science. In 1990-92 was to organize public against violence since 2006 is in the Slovak Democratic and Christian Union – Democratic Party. In 2005 she was invited to take the post of the Minister of Labour in government Mikulas Dzurinda. July 4th left his post in connection with the formation of a new, center-left government of Robert Fico. Continue reading
Julia Gillard (Julia Eileen Gillard, Eng. Julia Eileen Gillard; race. September 29, 1961, Barry) – Australian politician, from 24 June 2010 to 27 June 2013 – leader of the ruling Australian Labor Party and Prime Minister of Australia; the first woman in that position and the sixth Prime Minister of Australia, who was born abroad.
She was born in a miner’s family.
As a child ill with bronchopneumonia, and after doctors advised for health Julia warm climate, her family moved to Australia. Began his studies at the University of Adelaide for the first time to participate in political activities; later moved to the University of Melbourne, where in 1983 he became chairman of the Australian Union of Students. Received a law degree and worked briefly at the specialty – in 1987 began working in a law firm «Slater and Gordon» in Melbourne, in the industrial sector (labor) law. In 1990, at age 29, became a partner of the firm. Continue reading