On Wednesday Peru take an oath in Dina Boluarte that as their first female president.
But Madam Boluarte was the former vice president took an oath of office after the impeachment of ex- president Pedro Castillo.
They also impeach Castillo after he was trying to dissolve parliament.
But earlier, Mr Pedro Castillo was trying to replace Congress with “exceptional emergency government”.
Though lawmakers ignore it, because it an emergency meeting they impeach him. He was also detain and accuse him of rebellion.
The reports from the local media has said that they visit Mexico embassy for the capital where he was arrest.
Because it was after what happen to Mr Pedro Castillo, but Madam Boluarte was 60 years accept to become president of her country.
Boluarte said that she will president until July 2026, that is the same time Mr Pedro Castillo presidency will also end.
She also said after vow of office, she call for political peace to over-come the situation that her country was passing through.
“What I want is chance that I requested, time to rescue the country” she said.
But Madam Boluarte has join a list of women that become president.
This is the list of those women president you will know.
The Ethiopian president Sahle-Work Zewde
Madam Sahle-Work Zewde is the Ethiopia first female president.
In October 2018, the Parliament elect Sahle-Work Zewde as Ethiopia first female president.
Madam Sahle-Work Zewde, has experienced diplomat, that promise to work to make gender equality a reality for her swearing-in for the largely ceremonial post.
And she also took an office a week after Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed was appointed in cabinet that make half the post go to women.
The Slovakia president Zuzana Caputova
The opposition candidate Zuzana Caputova win the government Maros Sefcovic for the second time for March 2019 presidential election, with 58% of the vote.
Zuzana was a lawyer and long-standing anti-corruption campaigner, and she was known for a decade-long fight against one poisonous landfills for her hometown in Pezinok.
Madam Zuzana Caputova was been moved to stand for president during protests against the murder of one journalist called Jan Kuciak, while she was in charge of investigate links between politicians and organised crime that was shoot and killed him along side with his fiancée for February 2018.
The Nepal president Bidhya Devi Bhandari
In 2015 Bidhya Devi Bhandari was elected as Nepal first woman president for one parliamentary vote that occur in October 2015.
But before she become president she hold the position of deputy leader of the Maoist Communist Party of Nepal Unified Marxist-Leninist (CPN-UML) and she was the former defence minister.
She was the one that started campaigner for women rights and widow of late communist leader Madan Kumar Bhandari.
Though thepost of president was mainly ceremonial.
The Georgia President Salome Zourabichvili
Miss Salome Zourabichvili assume the largely ceremonial post for December 2018
Mrs Salome Zourabichvili was first become popular in 2004, when the President Mikheil Saakashvili appointed her as foreign minister.
She was previously serve as ambassador to France, where she was born , she was the daughter of famous Georgian emigres and she work for French diplomatic service, before she obtain Georgian citizenship.
But she soonest turn against the president, she even accuse him of being a “dictator”, although she remain independent of the Georgian Dream party that defeat Mr Saakashvili in 2012 elections.
Georgian Dream has reduced the presidency to a ceremonial post, and all future presidents has expected to-be selected by electoral college, but not by the public.
But Madam Zourabichvili has been for the post as an independent candidate in 2018, with the help of Georgian Dream, she managed to beat pro-Saakashvili opposition challenger Grigol Vashadze for the runoff. She is due to serve six-year incumbent.