|Prime Meenister o Iceland|
1 Februar 2009 – 23 Mey 2013
|Preses||Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson|
|Precedit bi||Geir Haarde|
|Succeedit bi||Sigmundur Davíð Gunnlaugsson|
|Meenister o Social Affairs an Social Security|
24 Mey 2007 – 1 Februar 2009
|Prime Meenister||Geir Haarde|
Magnús Stefánsson (Social Affairs)|
Siv Friðleifsdóttir (Halth an Social Security)
|Succeedit bi||Ásta Ragnheiður Jóhannesdóttir|
8 Julie 1987 – 24 Juin 1994
|Precedit bi||Alexander Stefánsson|
|Succeedit bi||Guðmundur Árni Stefánsson|
4 October 1942|
Social Democratic Alliance |
Social Democratic Pairty (afore 1994)|
Þorvaldur Steinar Jóhannesson |
Jóhanna Sigurðardóttir (Icelandic pronunciation: [jo͡uːhana ˈsɪːɣʏrðarto͡uhtɪr]; born 4 October 1942) is a umwhile Prime Meenister o Iceland. An MP syne 1978, she wis Iceland's Meenister o Social Affairs an Social Security frae 1987–1994 an 2007–2009. She haes been a member o the Althing (Iceland's pairlament) for Reykjavík constituencies syne 1978, winnin re-election on aicht occasions efter anither. She became Iceland's first female Prime Meenister an the warld's first openly lesbian heid o govrenment on 1 Februar 2009.
Jóhanna is a social democrat an Iceland's langest-servin member o Pairlament. In the 1990s, whan she lost a bid tae heid the Social Democratic Pairty, she raised her fist an declared "Minn tími mun koma!" ("Ma time will come!"), a phrase that became a popular Icelandic expression. In 2009, Forbes leetit her among the 100 Most Powerful Women in the world. In September 2012, Jóhanna announced she wouldna seek re-election and would instead retire from politics.
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- This name is uisually spelled in Inglis-leid press as Johanna Sigurdardottir.
- Moody, Jonas (30 January 2009). "Iceland Picks the World's First Openly Gay PM". Time. Retrieved 31 January 2009.
- "First gay PM for Iceland cabinet". BBC News. 1 February 2009. Retrieved 1 February 2009.
- Peter Popham (29 January 2009), "World gets its first gay leader", The Independent, UK
- Valur Gunnarsson (30 January 2009), "Profile: Johanna Sigurdardottir", The Guardian, UK
- "The 100 Most Powerful Women". Forbes.
- Reuters (27 September 2012). "Iceland's PM, its first female premier, says to quit politics". Reuters.com. Thomson Reuters. Archived frae the oreeginal (HTML) on 13 October 2012. Retrieved 13 October 2012.
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