Cilia Flores

Venezuelan politician and First Lady

Cilia Adela Gavidia Flores de Maduro (born 15 October 1956) is a Venezuelan lawyer and politician. She is married to the President of Venezuela Nicolás Maduro. In 2013, she became the First Lady. In 2015, she became a deputy in the National Assembly of Venezuela. She was president from 2006 to 2011, for her home state of Cojedes.[1]

Cilia Flores
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Cilia Flores in 2013
First Lady of Venezuela
Assumed role
19 April 2013
Disputed with Fabiana Rosales
since 23 January 2019
PresidentNicolás Maduro
Preceded byMarisabel Rodríguez de Chávez
Succeeded byFabiana Rosales (Disputed)
4th President of the National Assembly
In office
15 August 2006 – 5 January 2011
PresidentHugo Chávez
Preceded byNicolás Maduro
Succeeded byFernando Soto Rojas
Attorney General of Venezuela
In office
25 January 2012 – 11 March 2013
PresidentHugo Chávez
Nicolás Maduro
Preceded byCarlos Escarrá
Succeeded byManuel Enrique Galindo
Member of the National Assembly
In office
5 January 2016 – 2 June 2017
ConstituencyCojedes
In office
30 July 2000 – 2 February 2012
ConstituencyCapital District
Member of the National Constituent Assembly
Assumed office
4 August 2017
Personal details
Born
Cilia Flores

(1956-10-15) 15 October 1956 (age 64)
Tinaquillo, Venezuela
Political partyUnited Socialist Party of Venezuela
Spouse(s)Walter Gavidia Rodríguez (div.)
Nicolás Maduro (m. 2013)
Children3
ProfessionLawyer

ReferencesEdit

  1. "Cilia Flores Maduro Bio". Daily Entertainment News. Retrieved April 13, 2013.