María Alegria Continente
Single, Alegria gained a master's degree in primary education and worked with the Department of Education, Culture and Sports in the Government of Aragon. In 2008 she entered national politics when she was elected to the Spanish national parliament as a deputy for Zaragoza province as the second placed candidate on the PSOE list.
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