Sierra Leone’s New Gender Equality Bill Doubles Female Lawmakers


Sierra Leone’s new parliament will have the largest female representation in the country’s history, with 41 women lawmakers, more than double that of the last election. Activists say that number could have been higher had a new law that reserves 30 percent of leadership roles for women been followed correctly. Senanu Tord reports from Port Loko, Sierra Leone.


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