Not only is Eunice Olsen an accomplished politician, she is Miss Singapore 2000, a television host, actress, film and TV producer and a skilled pianist. Quite simply, the lady rocks. She was appointed as a Nominated Member of Singaporean Parliament in November 2004, the youngest ever at the age of 27.
She doesn’t just balance politics and entertainment, however, but is also a champion of causes like awareness of human trafficking and people with disabilities.
Maria Rosaria Carfagna is an Italian politician who was a former TV star and model. After obtaining a degree in law, Carfagna worked for several years on Italian television shows and as a model. She entered politics and got elected to the Chamber of Deputies for the Forza Italia party in 2006. From 2008 to 2011, she served as Minister for Equal Opportunity in Berlusconi IV’s cabinet.
Kalikesh Narayan Singh Deo
Now this Indian politician may seem right out of a Bollywood flick, but Kalikesh Narayan Singh Deo is the leader of the Biju Janata Dal political party and hails from a political family. His father, Ananga Udaya Singh Deo, and his grandfather, Rajendra Narayan Singh Deo, were both politicians.
Prior to becoming a Minister of the Indian Parliament, Deo was the youngest member of the Odisha Legislative Assembly.
He is a member of the parliamentary Standing Committee on Commerce and Consultative Committee on Defence. His developmental focus remains primarily on employment and climate change issues. He is also an office bearer of the Parliamentary Forum on HIV AIDS.
This Greek beauty is not just a pretty face. The socialist MP holds a bachelor's degree in architectural engineering and a PHD in international relations. She's also the youngest MP in Greece, having served in the Hellenic Parliament since 2007.
Kaili is a former television news presenter who has held several important posts while in Parliament including being member of the Special Committee for Hellenes Abroad and the Committee for National Defense and Foreign Affairs.
Brian K. Sims is a Democratic member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives in the 182nd district. Sims is also a lawyer and activist of LGBT civil rights and the first openly gay elected state legislator in Pennsylvania’s history.
Joseph Kabila of the Democratic Republic of the Congo has worn many caps over the years, whether they are that of army official, politician or president of his country.
He came into power after the assassination of his father, Laurent-Désiré Kabila, in 2001. But even before that, the younger Kabila was a player on the Congolese political stage.
He was largely raised and educated in Tanzania and fought as part of the rebel forces that helped his father depose President Mobutu Sese Seko of Zaire in 1997. Once Laurent-Désiré Kabila took over, the country’s former name of Democratic Republic of the Congo was restored.
Kashmala Tariq is a Pakistani politician. Yes, the lady is beautiful, but she is also bad-ass.
Tariq has been at the butt end of numerous scandals ranging from wearing scanty clothes while in the USA to a leaked steamy phone call.
Regardless, this politician does not apologize or give explanations for her behavior. She is also very vocal on the treatment of women in the feudal and male dominant culture of Pakistan. “Married women should not be treated like ‘buffaloes,’” she is known to have said.
Ben Cannon, an American teacher and higher education official from Oregon, was elected to his state’s House of Representatives in 2006. He was reelected in 2008 and 2010. In 2011, Cannon resigned to become the education policy advisor to Governor John Kitzhaber. In 2013, he was appointed to lead Oregon's new Higher Education Coordinating Commission.
Enrique Peña Nieto
The current President of Mexico has all the right spices. A member of the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), Nieto served as governor of the State of Mexico from 2005 to 2011. Nieto got an early start on his political career while he was a community organizer in his 20’s. It’s not surprising as he comes from a political background. His father Severiano Peña was the Mayor of the town of Acambay in the State of Mexico and some of his other relatives have been in politics as well.
Brazilian Eduardo Leite, the Mayor of Pelotas situated in the south of Brazil, caused a sensation when this topless photo of him went viral on social networks. The tanned and topless dude deserves to be at the top of the list hot politicians.