Europe: EU Says Women Still Shut Out of Top Posts in Europe

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Europe: EU Says Women Still Shut Out of Top Posts in Europe


The report, "Women and men in decision-making 2007," said the proportion of women members in parliaments in European countries is "still well below the so-called critical mass of 30 percent deemed necessary for women to exert meaningful influence on politics." According to the report, men outnumber women among ministers in national governments by around three to one. About 24 percent of them are women and 76 percent are men.
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