She graduated in Law and currently works as Technical Employment.
Librilla born 40 years ago, Maria del Mar Hernández, has a strong political and ideological training and lead UPrL's candidacy to the upcoming municipal elections to be held on 22 May.
"We wanted to match today March 8, the day commemorating the centenary of International Women's Day with the announcement of our bid, as a special day for our party, because today marks the struggle of women for full participation in society, a struggle for the achievement of real equality. "
Progressive Union of Librilla, true to its ideological principles, commitment to the equality between men and women and will go to the next municipal elections with a joint list consisting of 7 women and 7 men, all, individuals representing different sectors of society librillana highly committed to their people and with the sole purpose of working for a future project to solve the serious problems afflicting the town and willing to work for change in Librilla.
Six women accompany María del Mar Hernández in this application, Francisca Hernández Mateo, Josefa Martínez Belén Palma, Veronica Cánovas Méndez, Encarna Barquero López, Carolina Martínez García and Eva López Barquero.
Next to them, Alexis Pagan Ballester, Francisco Martinez Espinosa, Telmo Rodriguez Provencio, Antonio Soto Galián, Alfonso Méndez Otálora, Alfonso Ruiz and Carlos Ruiz Miñano Salas, make up the team responsible Librilla Progressive Union by launching a genuine renewal in municipal policy and how to govern this county with all librillanos and librillanas.
That essentially progressive, based on commitment, closeness and, of course, selfless dedication, make this nomination a kind of renewed flag in which the word politics reaches its true sense: Public.
Professors, teachers, doctors, social graduated, laboratory, nurses, students, ultimately, workers and workers, make up this list that was approved last February 24 for members and supporters of our political unanimously.
Source: Unión Progresista por Librilla