What countries do not let women vote?
According to Wikipedia:
Women's suffrage (the rights to vote) denied or conditioned
* Lebanon - Partial suffrage. Proof of elementary education is required for women but not for men. Voting is compulsory for men but optional for women.
* Brunei - No suffrage for women. Neither men nor women have had the right to vote or to stand for election since 1962 because the country is governed by an absolute monarchy. (see note)
* Saudi Arabia - No suffrage for women. The first local elections ever held in the country occurred in 2005. Women were not given the right to vote or to stand for election. In September 2011, King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz al-Saud stated that women would be allowed to vote and run for office in 2015.
* United Arab Emirates - Limited suffrage for both men and women.
* Vatican City - No suffrage for women; while most men in the Vatican also lack the vote, all persons with suffrage in Papal conclaves (the Cardinals) are male.
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note: Brunei is a constitutional sultanship according to the CIA World Factbook
"Suffrage" refers to the right to vote; "women's suffrage" is the right to vote as it applies to women. Most countries in the past (some still in the present) had clear divisions in sex; therefore, women were not granted the right to vote. Through activists and reformers, most countries enfranchised women.
Women already had the vote in some places by the time WWI finished. In the Pitcairn Island already since 1838. But also, New Zealand, Australia, Finland, Norway, Canada and Denmark. In other countries women had long worked for it, but WWI had shown everone how essential women were and many other countries also finally gave women the vote.
Susan B. Anthony was one of the more influential women, and likely the answer you're looking for. However, for a woman to let other women vote, it would imply she had power over that privilege in the first place. I believe you mean to ask the nature of the person whose name they've pinned on a group effort. Please see above. Are you thinking perhaps of the Suffragette Movement which agitated for the right of…