28/11/1893 New Zealand becomes the first country in which women vote
Womans Right To Vote Celebrated Today
Women win the Vote - NZ 1893
Women's Right to Vote 1848 - 1944
As women were excluded from any involvement in politics, suffrage movement led by Kate Sheppard began to raise its voice. Subsequently, the Governor of New Zealand Lord Glasgow gave Royal Assent to the Electoral Bill that granted women the right to vote.
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