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Suzi Barbosa

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Suzi Barbosa
Minister of Foreign Affairs (en) Fassara

2 ga Maris, 2020 - 14 ga Augusta, 2023
Minister of Foreign Affairs (en) Fassara

3 ga Yuli, 2019 - 5 ga Faburairu, 2020 - Ruth Monteiro
Member of the National People's Assembly of Guinea-Bissau (en) Fassara

Rayuwa
Haihuwa 5 ga Yuli, 1973 (50 shekaru)
ƙasa Guinea-Bissau
Karatu
Makaranta University of Lisbon (en) Fassara
Harsuna Portuguese language
Sana'a
Sana'a ɗan siyasa

Suzi Barbosa 'yar siyasa ce ta Bissau-Guinean, 'yar majalisa kuma mai gudanarwa na kwamitin 'yan majalisar mata na Guinea-Bissau.[1]

Barbosa mai ba da shawara ce ga shigar mata cikin harkokin siyasa na ƙasa na Guinea-Bissau. Ta kasance ɗaya daga cikin masu rajin kare hakkin mata a Guinea-Bissau a tsakanin mata daga yankin Bafatá da suka kaucewa kada kuri'a a zaɓe idan ba a saka mata a cikin jerin 'yan takara ba. Ta yi nuni da cewa, “Guinea-Bissau tana da yawan al’ummarta galibi mata ne, kuma abin bakin ciki ne ganin cewa ba su da damar da maza suke da su, musamman wajen yanke shawara, da a ce suna da halin da ƙasar ke ciki ta fuskar tattalin arziki da kwanciyar hankali da ya bambanta.”[2][1][2]

Ta kasance wakiliya a taron farko na Da'irar Mata ta Majalisar Dokoki ta ƙasa a birnin Quebec a cikin shekarar 2017, wanda ya kunshi 'yan siyasa daga ƙasashen Faransa, da suka taru don inganta karfin shugabannin mata na duniya.[3]

Tun daga shekarar 2016, ta kasance Sakatariyar Harkokin Hulɗa da Jama'a ta Ƙasashen Duniya a Guinea-Bissau.[4]

A ranar 3 ga watan Yuli, 2019, ta zama Ministar Harkokin Waje. [5]

  1. 1.0 1.1 "Inspired by training on political participation, women from Bafatá region promise not to vote in political parties without women on the lists". UNIOGBIS (in Turanci). 2017-08-31. Retrieved 2017-11-21.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Shryock, Ricci (2020-03-23). "From The Battlefield To The Ballot Box". Trix-Magazine.com (in Turanci). Retrieved 2023-11-13.
  3. "Women who rule: Female politicians gather in Quebec City for leadership conference". Montreal (in Turanci). 2017-03-10. Retrieved 2017-11-21.
  4. "China has new projects in Guinea-Bissau and Cabo Verde". Macauhub (in Turanci). 2016-01-10. Archived from the original on 2022-05-20. Retrieved 2017-11-21.
  5. "Guinea-Bissau names gender-par cabinet after Ethiopia, South Africa". Africanews (in Turanci). 2019-07-05. Retrieved 2021-11-24.