| Lourdes Alcorta|
| Christian People's Party|
| Gabriela Perez del Solar, Luisa Maria Cuculiza, Victor Andres Garcia Be, Cecilia Chacon, Daniel Abugattas|
María Lourdes Pía Luisa Alcorta Suero (born June 21, 1951, in Lima) is a Peruvian author, social communicator and a Congresswoman representing Lima.
She graduated from Colegio Sagrado Corazón Sophianum school, in San Isidro, and studied advertising and marketing at Universidad de Lima and at Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. Alcorta worked in the private sector until 2003: she started as a television producer, then became accountancy director for the advertising agencies "Peruana de Publicidad" and "Forum"; she would later form her own agency, "Alma Publicidad". Also, she worked as a public speaker in advertising and marketing seminars, and has recently participated in governance, national security, and death penalty for child rapists seminars.
In 2003, she resigns from the Christian People's Party and from the Alliance for the Great Change, and joins the Regional Union group, and is elected councillor of Lima's San Isidro District. In 2006, she is elected to Congress for the 2006-2011 term on the National Unity list. In the 2011 election, she is re-elected for another five-year term on the ticket of the Alliance for the Great Change, to which the Christian democrats now belong.
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