Two out of three Baltic States currently have female presidents, but none of them have a female prime minister. Latvia had one briefly, but in general executive power in the Baltic States has been predominately reserved for men.
However, a new star is about to rise in Estonian politics in the guise of Kaja Kallas, the daughter of Siim Kallas who severed as the Estonian prime minister between 2002 and 2003 and who was a member of the European Commission between 2004 and 2014. Just a week ago, Kaja Kallas was elected the new leader of the Reform Party. The party is cu...
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