The minister appointed by Gustavo Petro She is a physicist and mathematician, graduated from the Technological University of Pereira, and a specialist in labor law from the University of Toledo in Spain. She has also carried out studies related to economics, social policy and gender.

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Throughout his career, Gloria Ines Ramirez She has served as president of Fecode, member of the executive committee of the CUT and has also been president of the Commission for Peace and Humanitarian Agreement in the Senate and activist of the National Women’s Network.

“A defender of human rights and the claim of workers. She has been a woman who has fought for women’s rights and gender equality, “Gustavo Petro wrote through his Twitter account to confirm the appointment.

In public office, Ramírez was elected in 2006 as Senator of the Republic, at that time she obtained more than 32,000 votes, and was re-elected in 2010 with more than 36,000 votes.