First of all, this years best Women in governmental issues has rearranged a little with few changes. This is because of their power and top political seats they are spearheading. Most noteworthy, are at the cutting edge of endeavors to reshape and hold worldwide organizations together. Top 10 Most Powerful Women in The World 2019-2020
First of all, less than 10% of the U.N. member states have female leaders. However, this year they are having an outsized effect and the influence on international or global matters. Hence, the best three ladies on Forbes‘ yearly rundown of the most effective women on the world are settling on choices and decisions that could influence the course of World’s history.
Powerful and Influential Women 2019-2020
First, in the No. 1 spot is German Chancellor Angela Merkel. Probably, she holds onto her ranking after winning a fiercely contested election in 2017-2018. Most noteworthy, she has been in office since 2005. Even more, Merkel is trying to keep the European coalition intact and in good terms. Similarly, she tries to ward off the growing far-right influence of the Alternative for Germany (AfD) party, which has capitalized on anti-immigrant fervor.
Secondly, No. 2 is newcomer Theresa May, the current prime minister of the U.K.
Most noteworthy, she ranked second following Hillary Clinton loss to Donald Trump during the US 2016 general elections. Hence, that left Clinton slides 63 places on our list after her jolting loss. Certainly, the 2016 election left the U.S. as one of world’s few leading democracies that has yet to elect a female leader.
As a result, here is a list of the Top 10 Most Powerful Women In The World 2019-2020;
No. 1: Angela Merkel, Chancellor Germany
No. 2: Theresa May, Prime Minister, U.K.
No. 3: Tsa Ing-Wen, President, Taiwan
No. 4: Michelle Bachelet, President, Chile
No. 5: Federica Mogherini, Foreign Policy Chief, European Union
No. 6: Ivanka Trump, Senior Advisor, The White House
No.7: Ruth Bader Ginsburg/Elena Kagan/Sonia Sotomayor, Supreme Court Justices
No. 8: Queen Elizabeth II
No. 9: Sheikh Hasina Wajed, Prime Minister, Bangladesh. And finally,
No. 10: Beata Maria Szydlo, Prime Minister, Poland