1. Rwanda 63,8% | 2. Andorra 50,0% | 3. Cuba 48,9% | 4. Sweden 45,0% | 5. Seychelles 43,8% | Source: Inter-Parliamentary Union
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This year's polls for Japan’s upper house of parliament are witnessing the highest number of women candidates. Opposition parties hope the move will help attract female voters.
The removal of security walls is transforming the Iraqi capital. In this new, more relaxed atmosphere, women are demanding their place in public space, and mixed marriages have become the "new normal."
Germany's male-heavy opposition Free Democrats (FDP) have rejected women quotas. Gearing up for polls in three eastern German regions, they did, however, pick a new general secretary, Linda Teuteberg from Brandenburg.
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