Who in actual fact is the most powerful woman in the world?

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    Lantokeyposted 2 years ago

    Who in actual fact is the most powerful woman in the world?

    Many great cities, nations and even continents where media frequently proclaim their top ten most powerful women in the city or top 100 most powerful women in the world. Would be interesting to get t a diverse break down of the question.

    1. Robert Sacchi profile image88
      Robert Sacchiposted 2 months agoin reply to this

      It would seem Prime Minister Theresa May.  She is the head of state of a nuclear power.

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      Lantokeyposted 2 months agoin reply to this

      Here in 'olde London towne' one of the most powerful Ladies in the City is New York born Nancy Dell' Ollio. Not only an astute lawyer but also a top London socialite with celebtiry status. There are of course other powerful Women here too.

      1. Castlepaloma profile image75
        Castlepalomaposted 2 months agoin reply to this

        Best treated and most powerful women in the world are from Iceland. They had the balls to give long term emprisionment to many bankers and politicans. To move from bankruptcy towards one of the happiest countries in the world.

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    ezba29posted 2 years ago

    We are looking successful women in media only but so many powerful women are living around us in our day to day life.

    Women who is sacrificing her dream and helping her family.

    Women who respect the society and be sincere in their small jobs.

    women who can't expose her views because of traditional society.

    Few are suffering in male dominating society. Knowing women weakness giving trouble in workplace still they are fighting for life.

    I may be wrong but in my point of view the above mentioned women also powerful women who are all unnoticed. Challenging their day to day life.

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    Lantokeyposted 2 months ago

    Without a shadow of doubt the most powerful (and the most wealthy) woman during the later have of the 20th century and well into the millenium has to be Her most Gracious Majesty Elizabeth II. Not only as our Queen but also Head of the Commonwealth of Nations and received by enthusiastic well wishers where ever she travels.

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    Lantokeyposted 2 months ago

    Error; on previous comment for 'later have of 20th' read 'later half of 20th'.


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