What do women presidents look like, and what have they achieved

For the birthday of Margaret Thatcher, the Prime Minister of Great Britain, known to many as the Iron Lady, we have prepared an interesting review of the most powerful and literally powerful female politicians.

Dilma Vana Rousseff was President of Brazil from 2011 to 2016. The incredible trials she went through, one has only to marvel at: revolutionary activity, two years in prison with torture and bullying, cancer in remission. Despite all this, Dilma was extremely peaceful and tolerant in her election campaign: she advocated freedom of religion, freedom to have same-sex relationships, proposed introducing racial quotas in companies and legalizing light drugs. Unfortunately, Dilma Van Rousseff’s career ended abruptly: she was removed from the post of President of Brazil for corrupt activities.

Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner (former President of Argentina)

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This woman has officially stated that she loves two things: politics and shopping (we cannot disagree with the latter). Fashionista Fernandez de Kirchner led Argentina from 2007 to 2015, replacing her husband. Despite her involvement in corrupt activities (the example of Dilma Van Rousseff also confirms that the authorities are intoxicated), Christina has done a lot for her country and for this she was awarded the Order of the Liberator of San Martin (the highest state award in Argentina). The Times and Forbes magazines included her in their lists of the best female leaders and the most influential women in the world.