Martha Beatriz Merino Lucero (born November 15, 1947, Peru) was the first female Prime Minister of Peru. Merino served as Prime Minister from 23 June 2003 to 15 December 2003. Merino served as the national ombudsman for Peru from 29 September 2005 to 30 March 2011, a position also known as the defender of the people. She was the third person to hold the position (the first title holder was Jorge Santistevan and his successor, in an interim position, was Walter Albán). Following the expiry of her five-year term in March 2011, Merino was succeeded by Eduardo Vega Luna.

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  • Martha Beatriz Merino Lucero (born November 15, 1947, Peru) was the first female Prime Minister of Peru. Merino served as Prime Minister from 23 June 2003 to 15 December 2003. Merino served as the national ombudsman for Peru from 29 September 2005 to 30 March 2011, a position also known as the defender of the people. She was the third person to hold the position (the first title holder was Jorge Santistevan and his successor, in an interim position, was Walter Albán). Following the expiry of her five-year term in March 2011, Merino was succeeded by Eduardo Vega Luna. Beatriz Merino Lucero became the Prime Minister of Peru in 2003, the highest political rank ever held by a woman in the history of Peru. Merino held office between June 23, 2003 and December 12, 2003. Previously, she served as Superintendent of the Peruvian Internal Revenue Service "SUNAT", proposed by then Minister of Economy Pedro Pablo Kuczynski. In Peru, she studied Law at National University of San Marcos. She graduated from Harvard University with a master's degree in law, becoming the first Peruvian woman to graduate from Harvard Law School. She also obtained an LLM degree from the London School of Economics in 1974. Merino was director of the Women’s Leadership Program at the Inter-American Development Bank to support and finance projects to enhance women’s leadership in Latin America. She also worked as a lawyer at the law firm Estudio Merino and Reano, where she worked extensively in commercial, labor, corporate and environmental legislation. Merino served Peru as a Senator from 1990 to 1992, and then served in Peru's Congress from 1995 to 2000. She was also the first Peruvian woman to serve on the Commission of Andean Jurists. At the University of Lima, she was the director of foreign cooperation and of the master’s program on tax revenues and fiscal policies. Merino is a member of the Council of Women World Leaders, an international network of current and former women presidents and prime ministers whose mission is to mobilize the highest-level women leaders globally, for collective action on issues of critical importance to women and equitable development. (en)
  • Martha Beatriz Merino Lucero (Lima, 15 de noviembre de 1947) es una abogada y política peruana. Fue la primera mujer en desempeñar el cargo de Primera Ministra en toda América Latina.Posteriormente fue también la primera mujer en ser designada como Defensora del Pueblo en el Perú. Fue presidenta de la Asociación de Administradoras de Fondos de Pensiones (AFP) hasta enero de 2012. (es)
  • Martha Beatriz Merino Lucero (* 15. November 1947 in Lima, Peru) ist eine peruanische Politikerin. 2003 war sie für ein knappes halbes Jahr die bisher einzige Premierministerin des Landes. Beatriz Merino studierte in Harvard und London Rechtswissenschaft. Von 1990 bis 1992 war sie Senatorin und von 1995 bis 2000 Kongressabgeordnete. Vom 23. Juni bis zum 12. Dezember 2003 war sie Premierministerin und wurde von Präsident Alejandro Toledo entlassen, nachdem Gerüchte laut wurden, sie sei lesbisch. Merino hat sich im Laufe ihrer beruflichen und politischen Karriere vor allem für Frauenrechte eingesetzt, u. a. im Council of Women World Leaders, bei der Business Women’s Initiative against HIV/AIDS und als Vorstandsmitglied im International Women’s Forum (IWF). Bis 2011 arbeitete Beatriz Merino als so genannte „Volksanwältin“ (Defensora del Pueblo) in Peru, dann bis Anfang 2012 als Präsidentin des Dachverbandes peruanischer Rentenfonds. (de)
  • Martha Beatriz Merino Lucero, née le 15 novembre 1947 à Lima, est une femme politique, et notamment la première femme présidente du Conseil des ministres du Pérou, avant Rosario Fernández en 2011. (fr)
  • Beatriz Merino Lucero (ur. 15 listopada 1947) - peruwiańska polityk, premier Peru w okresie od czerwca do grudnia 2003. (pl)
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  • Martha Beatriz Merino Lucero (Lima, 15 de noviembre de 1947) es una abogada y política peruana. Fue la primera mujer en desempeñar el cargo de Primera Ministra en toda América Latina.Posteriormente fue también la primera mujer en ser designada como Defensora del Pueblo en el Perú. Fue presidenta de la Asociación de Administradoras de Fondos de Pensiones (AFP) hasta enero de 2012. (es)
  • Martha Beatriz Merino Lucero, née le 15 novembre 1947 à Lima, est une femme politique, et notamment la première femme présidente du Conseil des ministres du Pérou, avant Rosario Fernández en 2011. (fr)
  • Beatriz Merino Lucero (ur. 15 listopada 1947) - peruwiańska polityk, premier Peru w okresie od czerwca do grudnia 2003. (pl)
  • Martha Beatriz Merino Lucero (born November 15, 1947, Peru) was the first female Prime Minister of Peru. Merino served as Prime Minister from 23 June 2003 to 15 December 2003. Merino served as the national ombudsman for Peru from 29 September 2005 to 30 March 2011, a position also known as the defender of the people. She was the third person to hold the position (the first title holder was Jorge Santistevan and his successor, in an interim position, was Walter Albán). Following the expiry of her five-year term in March 2011, Merino was succeeded by Eduardo Vega Luna. (en)
  • Martha Beatriz Merino Lucero (* 15. November 1947 in Lima, Peru) ist eine peruanische Politikerin. 2003 war sie für ein knappes halbes Jahr die bisher einzige Premierministerin des Landes. Beatriz Merino studierte in Harvard und London Rechtswissenschaft. Von 1990 bis 1992 war sie Senatorin und von 1995 bis 2000 Kongressabgeordnete. Vom 23. Juni bis zum 12. Dezember 2003 war sie Premierministerin und wurde von Präsident Alejandro Toledo entlassen, nachdem Gerüchte laut wurden, sie sei lesbisch. (de)
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