The Top 10 Hottest Female Politicians in the World

Pic shows: Maja Pavlovic, politician for the ruling Socialist Party of Serbia After winning a medal in the European leg of the Women's Bikini Fitness Contest in Spain, cardiologist Maja Pavlovic, 23, who posed for these raunchy photos has had patients queueing down the street in her Serbian homeland. And not content with being a fashion icon and a qualified medic, Maja is also a politician for the ruling Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS), saying that she is keen to get even more involved in politics. She had already been elected as a councillor in her home city of Cacak in southern Serbia. According to the daily tabloid newspaper Telegraf which commissioned these pictures, the snaps are not for someone with a faint heart. Yet despite that, according to the paper: "People want to get sick on purpose just to get healed by her, and turning up specifically to ask for her despite the fact that she is still only a junior doctor." Maja is currently in the fifth and final year of medical school in the central Serbian town of Kragujevac and is now practising on patients as part of her final exams. She said: "I love medicine and I want to achieve great results there. But I also love politics. I want to stay involved in that and of course through my beauty contest involvement, I hope that I will get to travel and see interesting places." The final of the contest is to take place abroad between the 17th of 20th of October in Montreal, Canada, but until then she has a full schedule at the surgery where she is working, and a full list of political engagements after being voted the country's sexiest politician. (ends)

Voters prefer beauty and competent looks in general, but they also use beauty as a cue for conservatism in low-information elections. Increased importance of television and the internet as well as increased political mobility of voters may have improved the electoral chances of the right.

Why? It gives us deeper insights about how political processes (and indeed human beings) work.

  1. Not everything in politics is about facts or values: people also matter. Not least their beauty.
  2. This enables us to ask: Is this a good or bad thing?
  3. Good: Cues may be good approximations of quality.
  4. Bad: May disfavor the competent and ugly and systematically favor one political side.
  5. Institutional implications:
  6. Electoral system: proportional vs. majoritarian.
  7. List system: candidate vs. party choice.

Beauty is a serious issue – but also an enjoyable one to study!

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