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Jan 17, 2023

[Answer] Who was the first woman to lead a Muslim-majority nation?

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...1. Benazir Bhutto 2. Kubra Noorzai 3. Khaleda Zia 4. Malala Yousafzai




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Benazir Bhutto - Benazir Bhutto was a Pakistani woman who became the first female leader of a modern Muslim-majority nation. A remarkable figure, she grew up in a political family and studied at Harvard and Oxford in the 1970s. When her father was executed in 1979, Bhutto stepped into the leadership role of the Pakistan People's Party — a dangerous position that made her an enemy of the country's military dictatorship. Briefly exiled in the 1980s, Bhutto returned in time to see Pakistan's dictator die. She led her party to victory the polls and became Prime Minister from 1988 to 1990 and again from 1993 to 1996. She was assassinated in 2007.:


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