How much is Teresa Rodriguez worth? - Wondering how wealthy & rich is Teresa Rodriguez? Or maybe you\u2019re just curious about Teresa Rodriguez's age, body measurements, height, weight, hair color, eye color, bra & waist size, bio, wiki, wealth and salary?\n\n\n\n\n\n Mar\u00eda Teresa Rodr\u00edguez-Rubio V\u00e1zquez (Rota, September 18, 1981), better known as Teresa Rodr\u00edguez , is a Spanish activist and politician, deputy for Podemos in the Parliament of Andalusia. \n \n\nTeresa_Rodriguez's Biography \n Family origins and adolescence \n Teresa Rodr\u00edguez's parents ran a perfume shop in the town of Rota (C\u00e1diz). \n As a young woman, Teresa Rodr\u00edguez became a soldier in the movement against the Spanish-American aeronautical base in Rota. \n University period and militancy in IU (1998-2008) \n After finishing the Institute, Teresa Rodr\u00edguez moved to Seville to study Arabic Philology. \n He was a member of the United Left. With 18 years, his name appeared in the lists of IULV-CA to the elections to the Parliament of Andalusia of 2000. Member of the internal current Alternative Space, got to comprise of the federal presidency of IU. \n During those years he promoted student assemblies, mainly against the Organic Law of Universities and the Bologna Plan, and protested against the European Constitution (2005). \n She was a fellow at the University of C\u00e1diz. \n In October 2008 he left IU, along with the rest of the members of Espacio Alternativo. \n Left Anticapitalist and work as a teacher (2008-2013) \n After leaving IU, Espacio Alternativo became the Anticapitalist Left, an organization in which Teresa Rodr\u00edguez has been active since then, with which she participated in the 2009 European Parliament elections, the 2011 municipal elections in C\u00e1diz and the General of Spain 2011. \n After passing the secondary education exams in Spanish Language, she was a professor of Spanish Language and Literature at the Manuel de Falla Institute in Puerto Real until 2013. She is a union delegate of the Union of Trade Unions of Teaching of Andalusia (USTEA) and was part of the Green Tide in defense of public education. \n MEP and secretary general of Podemos in Andalusia (2014-present) \nIn the presentation of Podemos (Madrid, January 16, 2014). \n After the creation of Podemos in early 2014, with a view to attending the European elections that year, Teresa Rodr\u00edguez was chosen as number two of the candidacy in open primary; she was elected member of the European Parliament together with four other candidates of this formation, like the rest of her colleagues, she refused to collect her entire salary as an MEP (about 8000 euros), staying in her case with the 1700 euros she would have received. reciprocated by her teacher salary and donating the rest to the Andalusian Workers' Union or the Delphi employees, among other causes. \n In February 2015 she was elected candidate of Podemos to the Presidency of the Junta de Andaluc\u00eda, with 80.86% of the votes, renouncing her seat in the European Parliament. \n In the March elections her party won fifteen seats in the Andalusian Parliament, and in April Teresa Rodr\u00edguez was elected secretary general of Podemos in Andalusia through an open primary process, with about 85% of the votes. [ 12] \n In November 2016 Teresa Rodr\u00edguez was re-elected to occupy the General Secretariat of Podemos Andaluc\u00eda after harvesting 75.64% of the support in the 2nd Andalusian Assembly (& amp; amp; & amp; amp; & amp; amp; & amp; amp; amp ; & amp; amp; 013184. & amp; amp; & amp; amp; 013 184 votes). The candidates Carmen Liz\u00e1rraga, with the candidacy 'Ahora Andaluc\u00eda' and Bego\u00f1a Guti\u00e9rrez, from 'Andaluc\u00eda, plaza a plaza', were respectively in second place with a support of 11,59 %, and in third place, with an 11 , 16 % of support. [N. 1] \n\n\n\nMore Facts about Teresa Rodriguez\n\nThe Teresa Rodriguez's statistics like age, body measurements, height, weight, bio, wiki, net worth posted above have been gathered from a lot of credible websites and online sources. But, there are a few factors that will affect the statistics, so, the above figures may not be 100% accurate.