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also known as María del Carmen Cerdeira Monterero

Lawyer , politician

Carmen Cerdeira Morterero was a Spanish policy pertaining to PSOE and Lawyer in Right of University of Seville. She left the law to dedicate herself to the policy.


Carmen was born in Ceuta 27 of September of 1958.


María Carmen never came to unsubscribe from Lawyer College in Ceuta, in spite of the practice of law was one of her passions beside the family and politics.

She graduated in law from the University of Seville in 1980.


Became a practising lawyer in 1980.

Member of the municipal government of Ceuta in 1983-1986.

Senator from 1986 to 1993. Positions in the Senate during III Legislature term (commissions that has been part):

1) Economy and Finances Committee (16/09/1987 to 02/03/1988);

2) Justice Commission (09/17/1986 to 02/09/1989);

3) Committee on Budgets (16/09/1986 to 09/02/1989);

4) Join Committee on Equal Opportunities for Woman (03/10/1988 to 09/02/1989);

5) Join Commission for Relations with the Court of Auditors (09/10/1986 to 24/10/1988).

Secretary for Social Movements, PSOE Federal Executive Committee (1997).

Member of the Parliamentary Assemblies of the Council of Europe and of the WEU (1990-1993).

In 2004 she was named the president of the State Society for Cultural Action Abroad (SEACEX).


  • Audiobook on Cassette

    • Perú: arte, cultura y sociedad II Diciembre 2004

  • book

    • La forme qui pense : Txomin Badiola 96 - 06

  • Reports

    • Committee on Citizens’ Freedoms and Rights, Justice and Home Affairs


Republican and Socialist views


  • Group of the Party of European Socialists , Spain

    June 20, 1999 - June 19, 2004

  • General Union of Workers, UGT , Spain

  • Committee on Regional Policy, Transport and Tourism

    June 21, 1999 - January 14, 2002

  • Delegation for relations with the countries of South America and MERCOSUR

    October 6, 1999 - January 14, 2002

  • Committee on Citizens' Freedoms and Rights, Justice and Home Affairs

    January 17, 2002 - July 19, 2004

  • Delegation for relations with the countries of South America and MERCOSUR

    February 7, 2002 - July 19, 2004


  • Other Interests

    politics and lawyer practice


Clemente Cerdeira García de la Torre - Spain - historic of socialism

Grandfather on the paternal side:
Clemente Cerdeira Fernández - Spanish diplomat

Clemente Cerdeira Fernandez noted as one of the most active diplomats of the Second Republic to abort the military coup of 1936 from Africa.

Grandfather on the maternal side:
Justo Morterero Felipe - member of FETE-UGT

Justo Felipe Morterero was killed by the Phalangists at the beginning of the Civil War in Ecija (Seville) by Bando de Guerra.