The chart below shows the percentage of female members of parliament in 5 European countries from 2000 to 2012. Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
The information regarding the proportion of females in parliament in various nations between 2000 and 2012 is depicted by rendered line chart. The data has been calibrated in percentage.
Overall, it can be vividly manifested that the maximum proportion of females was in Germany in the initial year whilst the least percentage of girls was in England throughout the period.
Looking at the line chart, the females in Germany in parliament top the list as against nearly 37 % in the final year. In contrast, near about 27 % of females were in parliament in 2000, which was escalated by 4%; however, it reached the pinnacle of 40%. Nonetheless, in connection to France, approximately 25 % and 31% of females were in 2000 and 2012, correspondingly.
Probing ahead, with regards to the 17% females was in Belgium in the parliament, which witnessed an incline of just about 5 % and declined to 23 per cent in 2012. Nevertheless, in the case of the United Kingdom, 4 % of females were in parliament in the initial year, which started inclining until 2003 by 16% and remained steady in the last year.
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