Mireya Baltra

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Mireya Baltra Moreno
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Mireya Baltra Moreno
In office
Deputy (legislator)
In office
1969 – 21 September 1973
ConstituencySantiago, 1st and 4th districts
Minister of Labour and Social Welfare
In office
17 June 1972 – 2 November 1972
PresidentSalvador Allende
Preceded byJosé Oyarce
Succeeded byLuis Figueroa Mazuela
Personal details
Born(1932-02-25)25 February 1932
Santiago, Chile
Died17 April 2022(2022-04-17) (aged 90)
Santiago, Chile
Political partyCommunist Party of Chile
ParentsJosé Baltra Baltra, María Moreno Cabezas
OccupationPolitician, journalist

Mireya Baltra Moreno (25 February 1932 – 17 April 2022) was a Chilean sociologist, journalist and politician. She was a member of the Communist Party of Chile. She was a councillor (1963–1969) and a deputy (1969–1973) for Santiago. She was Minister of Labour and Social Welfare in Salvador Allende's government.[1]

Baltra died on 17 April 2022 in Santiago, Chile at aged 90.[2]

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