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Renuncia de Evita y pide por su estado de salud

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Published on Jun 15, 2011

ARCHIVO DIFILM EVITA AUDIO DE RENUNCIA Y PIDE POR SU ESTADO DE SALUD
former First Lady of Argentina
historical material
Código del vídeo: UG-3345

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María Eva Duarte de Perón (Junín o Los Toldos,1 Provincia de Buenos Aires, Argentina; 7 de mayo de 1919 - Buenos Aires; 26 de julio de 1952), conocida como Evita, fue una actriz y política argentina.
Como primera dama, esposa del Presidente Juan Domingo Perón, promovió el reconocimiento de los derechos de los trabajadores y de la mujer, entre ellos el sufragio femenino y realizó una amplia obra social desde la Fundación Eva Perón.

María Eva Duarte de Perón (Spanish: [maˈɾi.a ˈeβa ˈðwarte ðe peˈɾon]; 17 May 1919 -- 26 July 1952) was the second wife of President Juan Perón (1895--1974) and served as the First Lady of Argentina from 1946 until her death in 1952. She is often referred to as simply Eva Perón, or by the affectionate Spanish language diminutive Evita.
She was born in the village of Los Toldos in rural Argentina in 1919, the fourth of five children. In 1934, at the age of 15, she went to the nation's capital of Buenos Aires, where she pursued a career as a stage, radio, and film actress. Eva met Colonel Juan Perón on 22 January 1944, in Buenos Aires during a charity event at the Luna Park Stadium to benefit the victims of an earthquake in San Juan, Argentina. The two were married the following year. In 1946, Juan Perón was elected President of Argentina. Over the course of the next six years, Eva Perón became powerful within the pro-Peronist trade unions, primarily for speaking on behalf of labor rights. She also ran the Ministries of Labor and Health, founded and ran the charitable Eva Perón Foundation, championed women's suffrage in Argentina, and founded and ran the nation's first large-scale female political party, the Female Peronist Party.
In 1951, Eva Perón announced her candidacy for the Peronist nomination for the office of Vice President of Argentina, receiving great support from the Peronist political base, low-income and working class Argentines who were referred to as descamisados or "shirtless ones". However, opposition from the nation's military and bourgeoisie, coupled with her declining health, ultimately forced her to withdraw her candidacy. In 1952, shortly before her death from cancer at the age of 33, Eva Perón was given the title of "Spiritual Leader of the Nation" by the Argentine Congress.[1][2][3] Supporting her husband's regime enthusiastically even as she was dying, Eva Perón was given a state funeral upon her death, a pregorative generally reserved for heads of state. While in exile, her husband married Isabel Martinez, who would eventually succeed her as First Lady of Argentina and, upon Peron's own death, the first female President of any country in the world.
Eva Perón has become a part of international popular culture,[4] most famously as the subject of the musical Evita (1976).[5] Cristina Alvarez Rodriguez, Evita's great niece, claims that Evita has never left the collective consciousness of Argentines.[1] Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, the first female elected President of Argentina, claims that women of her generation owe a debt to Eva for "her example of passion and combativeness".
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