September 30, 2021
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New Zealand was the first self-governing country in the world to allow women to vote.
Women were allowed in New Zealand Parliament.
South Australia allowed women to vote
All women in the USA were allowed to vote.
Women in Canada from British or French extraction were allowed to vote
Ireland allowed women to vote
Women were allowed to vote in Spain, but only until 1936 when Franco took it off them
France and Jamaica allowed women to vote
Bulgaria, Guatemala, Italy, Japan, Panama, Trinidad and Tobago all allowed women to vote.
Belgium, Burma, Israel and South Korea allowed women to vote
Chile, China, Costa Rica, and India allowed women the vote
Gilbert Islands/Kiribati, Switzerland allowed women the vote.
South Africa allowed all women the vote.
Saudi Arabian women were finally allowed to vote.
Jacinda Ardern becomes the third female Prime Minister in New Zealand.
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