Chilean president Gabriel Boric announced the appointment of Jeannette Alejandra Jara as the country’s labour and social welfare minister on Wednesday. She will replace Ricardo Lagos as the current Labor Minister, who resigned to become the head of the government. She was previously a member of the Communist Party of Chile and worked as a tax inspector. After completing her degree, she went on to work for the Internal Revenue Service. She was a grade 11 student when she was appointed as an inspector.

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Jeannette Jara Biography/Wiki

In 1997, Jara was born in Conchali, Chile, and her parents raised her. She had always wanted to be a politician, and her parents backed her every move. After obtaining several degrees, she became Chile’s Labor Minister. Her parents helped her get involved in politics, and they were proud that she pursued it at such a young age. In 2000, she worked as an assistant professor at the University of Santiago. From 1998 to 2001, she worked as a tax inspector for the Internal Revenue Service. In 2003, she was appointed as a professor at the University of Santiago, and she has one son.

Before becoming Chile’s labour minister, Jara studied law and public administration at the Central University of Chile. During her time there, she was also an active member of the Communist Youth of Chile. In 1999, she became a Central Committee of the Communist Social gathering. She then worked as a municipal administrator in Santiago and president. She earned her bachelor’s degree in public administration and law from Chile. In 2000, she was elected president of the Federacion de Estudiantes in Conchal.

In her first term, Jara has been a champion of women’s rights and equality. She was an advocate of the Democratic Revolution, but she was not the candidate for the position. After all, she did not support the first round of the presidential election; her party did. But now, she’s been elected as Labor Minister, and she is still holding the position. If she becomes president, she’ll probably continue to be a Labor Minister and may be able to lead the country to the presidency for a long time.

The other two candidates for the position were the Christian Democrat senator Yasna Provost and the socialist senator Juan Carlos Garcia. The Christian Democrats favoured the Christian Democrats, while the Liberals chose the former socialist. The other candidate who backed the left was the oligarchs. Both men and women will serve in the same cabinet to be equal. If women do not get elected as Labor Minister, they’ll have to be reappointed.

Jeannette Jara Career/Labour Minister

Aside from being a labour minister, Jara is also a municipal administrator in Santiago. Her current position in the city is under the control of a communist mayor. She is the head of the Federacion de Estudiantes de la Universidad in Santiago. She studied public administration at the Central University of Chile and law at the law faculty. She later received her bachelor’s degree in legal studies and eventually became a lawyer.

Before becoming a labour minister, she worked for the Internal Revenue Service for nine years. She was a tax inspector for five years. She is a former professor at Central University. In addition to her role as labour minister, she has also served as a member of the National Council for Women (CNPS). She was a member of the International Labour Organization from 2002 to 2006. She served as the director of IPS Chilean public service.

She succeeded Julia Urquieta as the Undersecretary of Social Security. She worked as a base specialist for the SII before being elevated to controller grade 11. After leaving the public service, she joined the political party, where she was an official. After her election, she became the Minister of Labour. She is a socialist, and she worked for a social security company. Her husband Carlos Insunza served as a vice-president.

The labour minister’s appointment has a complicated history. She was the only woman ever to be appointed to the position during the former administration of Rodrigo Peailillo. She has been a union leader herself. But after her term as labour minister, she left her post to join the oligarchic government. She was a close friend of the president of the Republic. And she has been promoted to deputy prime minister.

Jeannette Jara Personal Life

Name: Jeannette Alejandra Jara Roman

Nick Name: Jeannette

Popular As: Jeannette Jara

Famous For: becoming the new Labor Minister

Date Of Birth: 1974

Zodiac Sign: Aries

Age: 47 years

Birthplace: Concha, Chile

School Name: University of Santiago, Chile

College Name: Universidad Diego Portales | Universidad de Chile Universidad Central (CL) | Universidad de Santiago de Chile

Education Qualification: Post Graduate

Profession: Public administrator, lawyer, and politician, member of the Communist Party (PC)

Nationality: Chilean

Religion: Christianity

Hometown: Concha, Chile

Hobbies: Traveling, singing, dancing, politics, social working, reading, writing

Jeannette Jara Family

Mother name: Jeanette del Carmen Roman Guzman

Father name: Sergio Elias Jara Ulloa

Jeannette Jara Physical Appearance

Height (feet and Inches): 5 feet 8 inches

Weight: 68 kg

Eye Color: Brown

Hair Color: Blonde

Body Measurements: Not Known

Body Type: Average

Shoe Size: 9 US

Jeannette Jara Net Worth

Net Worth Estimated: $400K approx

Source: Public administrator, lawyer, and politician, member of the Communist Party (PC)

Jeannette Jara Phone Number & other Contact Details

Current Residence: Conchali, Chile

Instagram: jeannettejararoman

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