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The largest increases in female representation between and this year occurred in Central America 13 percentage pointsthe Middle East and North Africa 9 points and Western Europe 8 points. Despite this growth, there are fewer women than men holding legislative seats collectively in every world region. When ing for the total of legislative seats in each country, only three nations — Rwanda, Cuba and Bolivia — have reached or surpassed gender parity.
However, women hold fewer than half of seats in the upper chambers in Bolivia and Rwanda. Certain countries have large s of women who for a minority share of a large legislature, while others have small s of women ing for a majority of a smaller legislature.
Several countries have both considerably large s and shares of women in legislative seats. Yemen has the lowest share of women in legislative seats. Papua New Guinea and Vanuatu had women in legislative bodies inbut Micronesia did not.
Bolivia has seen the largest percentage-point increase in the share of women in its legislative body since Some countries have seen declines in the share and of women in their legislatures.
Some countries have laws requiring that women make up a certain share of parliamentary members. Rwanda also has a governmental body that monitors elections for gender equality. Other countries, including most South American and European nations, have legislated gender quotas for candidates or quotas adopted by political parties.
Certain countries included in this analysis have parliamentary bodies that serve strictly advisory roles and do not have full voting power.
Women held no seats in Analyzing the landscape of women in legislative bodies around the world is challenging, especially when tracking it over time. Legislatures continually change in size and makeup, and availability and quality of data can vary from year to year, particularly in countries that have encountered political unrest. Complete data were unavailable for Afghanistan in and for Bangladesh and Turkmenistan in As a result, these countries are excluded from the change-over-time analyses.
South Sudan, which became independent from Sudan as a sovereign nation inis only included in the analysis. About Pew Research Center Pew Research Center is a nonpartisan fact tank that informs the public about the issues, attitudes and trends shaping the world. It conducts public opinion polling, demographic research, media content analysis and other empirical social science research.
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