Pink Revolution

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The Pink Revolution was a political trend mainly during the 1980s of democratic countries electing very popular, centre-left, female leaders.

Leaders of the "Pink Revolution"
Nation Leader Term Political party and affiliation
 Aduraszna Latun Aturnasz 14 March 1978 21 August 1994 16 years and 161 days AK/ER New Progressive Group
Kyrloth Keras Raszeran 10 November 1980 29 April 1991 10 years and 171 days Council of Scientists
 Tavaris Bežra Išdašt Tovrenar 17 January 1981 22 November 1985 4 years and 310 days Social Democratic Party
11 April 1987 16 December 1990 3 years and 250 days
 Oscrelia Erika Gibson 13 July 1982 28 November 1996 14 years and 139 days Social Democratic Party
Western Provinces Mara-Eleonora de Coste 3 October 1982 4 February 1987 4 years and 125 days Union for Democracy Social & Environmental Justice Party
 Tretrid Æbbe Osbeornsdohter 7 March 1983 17 September 1991 8 years and 195 days Social Democratic Party
 Kurandia Caroline Jarulasa 1 March 1984 13 August 1992 8 years and 166 days SHARP New Progressive Group
 Norgsveldet Magrete Kverheim 11 November 1985 1st December 2005 20 years and 21 days Labour Party
Dighaira Melanie Arendt 4 January 1987 29 December 1992 5 years and 361 days Liberal Party of Deichland
Eyjaria Torun Æretter 28th October 1978 29th December 1990 12 years and 63 days Social Democratic Labour Party