Austria’s Sebastian Kurz could overtake Finland’s new PM as world’s youngest leader. (Reuters pic)PARIS: Finland’s Sanna Marin, 34, will be the world’s youngest prime minister in office when she is sworn in on Tuesday.
She could, however, soon be dethroned by Austria’s Sebastian Kurz, 33, who is negotiating a coalition government after winning parliamentary elections in September.
Kurz already served as chancellor for 18 months after being elected in 2017, aged 31, before being removed in a no-confidence vote in May 2019.
Here are other sitting world leaders who took power in their thirties:
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Source:: Free Malaysia Today