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Carmen Alborch

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Nationality  Spanish
Occupation  politician

Name  Carmen Alborch
Role  Spanish Politician
Carmen Alborch
Born  October 31, 1947 (1947-10-31) Castello de Rugat, Valencia, Spain
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Carmen Alborch Bataller (Castelló de Rugat, Valencia, Spain, 31 October 1947) is a Spanish politician, actress, writer and former Minister of Culture.

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Alborch gained a doctorate in law with particular specialty in mercantile law. She directed the Valencia Institute of Modern Art (IVAM) between 1988 and 1993. She became politically active with the Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) in 1992 and served as Minister of Culture from 1993 to 1996 in the last government of Felipe González. She was the recipient of the Gran Cruz de Carlos III and the Progressive Women's Award.

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In 1996, Alborch was elected to the Congress of Deputies, representing Valencia. She chaired the Committee of Control of RTVE (the state radio and TV corporation) from 1996 until January 2000, and the Commission on Women's Rights and Equal Opportunities from May 2004 to January 2008 in the Congress. She has authored books including Solas (Women Alone) and Malas (Bad Women).

In addition to numerous television appearances as a politician, Alborch also played minor roles in the Spanish television series El círculo a primera hora, El primer café, and Los desayunos de TVE.

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In May 2007, she stood as the PSOE candidate for Mayor of Valencia but lost to the incumbent People's Party Mayor Rita Barberá. She retired from the lower chamber at the 2008 general election in order to be elected to the Spanish Senate, once again representing Valencia.


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