| Lourdes Auzmendi Aierbe|
Lourdes Auzmendi Aierbe (born 1956 Ataun, Gipuzkoa) is a translator, interpreter and politician. She is best known as the Basque Government's Deputy Minister for Linguistic Policy )from March 2010 to December 2012).
Lourdes Auzmendi Wikipedia
Lourdes Auzmendi grew up in Spain in a Basque-speaking environment and could not speak Spanish as a child. At 11 years of age, she was sent to the Jesuit college Gipuzkoa San nuns to learn Spanish. She later learned philosophy and translation.
ETA has been under Franco, Pertur partner, and (pm) After the disappearance of the leaders of the (1976); Since the accused have died Pertur Auzmendi ETA. In the late 1970s, she was a journalist for Argia magazine. Then she worked as a radio journalist in the Basque Country.
María Dolores Katarain was a friend; when she was killed by ETA in 1986, Auzmendi was overcome, and a news presenter, she moved to translation.
In 1987, she was one of the founders and the president of EIZIE (Basque Translators, Correctors and Interpreters Association). From 2001 until 2009, she worked in the University of the Basque Country. In the Inguma database, she created more than 25 works to have been collected.
In the 2009 elections to the Basque Parliament, the platform on which candidate Patxi Lopez was gone; This candidate won the elections, she was appointed Director of the Promotion of the Basque Government, within the Ministry for Language Policy. In March 2010, after Etxezarreta's resignation, she was appointed Deputy Minister.