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Meritxell Batet

Date of Birth March 19, 1973
Place of Birth Barcelona, Spain
Age 48 years, 3 months, 9 days
Horoscope Pisces

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Full NameMeritxell Batet
Other NameBatet, Meritxell
Occupation University Teacher
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Meritxell Batet Biography

In August 2005 she married, in the Cantabrian town of Santillana del Mar, a member of parliament for Cantabria of the People’s Party, José María Lassalle, with whom she has two twin daughters. They divorced ten years later, in May 2016. Lassalle was appointed by PM Mariano Rajoy State Secretary for Culture, and later, in 2016, Society of Information and the Digital Agenda of Spain.

Meritxell Batet is a famous University Teacher, who was born on March 19, 1973 in Spain. Meritxell Batet Lamaña (born 19 March 1973) is a Spanish jurist and politician member of the Socialists’ Party of Catalonia, currently serving as President of the Congress of Deputies. Prior to this, she served as Minister for Territorial Policy and Civil Service of the Government of Spain between June 2018 and May 2019.

According to Astrologers, Meritxell zodiac sign is Pisces In 2004, she was an independent in the ninth position on the Barcelona list of the Socialist Party of Catalonia for the Congress of Deputies headed by José Montilla and was elected member of parliament for Barcelona. In 2008 she joined the PSC where she works in the group of Gràcia of the Federation of Barcelona.

Batet studied at the Gravi School in Barcelona and joined the university with the support of scholarships. In 1995 she graduated in Law from the Pompeu Fabra University where also took doctorate courses with the presentation of the thesis Participation, deliberation and transparency in the institutions and bodies of the European Union. In 1998 she completed a postgraduate course in real estate and urban development law at IDEC. In 2013 presented the doctoral thesis project entitled The principle of subsidiarity in Spain.

In the legislative elections of 2008 occupied the eleventh position of the list for Barcelona and renewed her seat as in the legislative elections of 2011 to which it concurred in the position number eight.

Meritxell Batet Net Worth

Meritxell is one of the richest University Teacher. Meritxell is listed on Richest University Teacher. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Meritxell Batet net worth is approximately $1.5 Million.

Meritxell Batet Net Worth & Salary
Net Worth$1.5 Million
SalaryUnder Review
Source of WealthUniversity Teacher
HouseLiving in own house.
Her first contact with politics was during her student years. She explained in different interviews that when she received a grant from the Generalitat to study the doctorate at the university, her thesis supervisor, Josep Mir, told her that Narcís Serra, then first secretary of the PSC, was looking for someone to coordinate his secretariat who was not a militant. Batet collaborated with him for two years. From 2001 to 2004 she directed the Carles Pi i Sunyer Foundation for Autonomous and Local Studies.

In the legislative elections of 2015, she was number two on the PSOE list for Madrid despite being a PSC militant in tandem with Secretary-General Pedro Sánchez. In addition to coordinating the electoral program for the elections, Sánchez entrusted her with the coordination of the team of experts that outlines its proposal for reforming the Constitution.

In July 2014, she was appointed Secretary of Studies and Programs in the Federal Executive Commission of the PSOE, assuming her first organic position.

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A professor of Constitutional Law at the Pompeu Fabra University, she has been a member of the Socialist Parliamentary Group in the 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th, 13th and 14th terms of the lower house.

The 13th Cortes Generales were disbanded on September 24, 2019 due to the impossibility of forming a government. Batet was re-elected on the November 2019 general election and the Socialist Party presented her as its candidate to Speaker of the House. She received the trust of the lower house again in December 2019, being re-elected as head of the Congress of Deputies.

In June 2018, following the motion of censure that the PSOE presented against the previous government of Mariano Rajoy (PP) and that was approved by the Congress of Deputies on June 1, new Spanish Prime Minister, Pedro Sánchez, appointed her as Minister in new Spanish government.

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Facts & Trivia

Meritxell Ranked on the list of most popular University Teacher. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in Spain. From 1995 to 1998 she was professor of Administrative Law at Pompeu Fabra University and was a professor of Constitutional Law until her appointment as Minister in 2018. In 2007 received a German Marshall scholarship to maintain a stay in the United States.

In February 2013 she broke the voting discipline of the Socialist Group together with other members of the PSC by voting in the Congress of Deputies in favor of the two initiatives presented by CiU and La Izquierda Plural (IU-ICV / EUiA-CHA) to allow the carrying out a referendum in Catalonia on its future relationship with the rest of Spain. The socialist group fined undisciplined deputies with 600 euros.

In April 2016, she agreed to head the PSC’s list for Barcelona in the general election convened for the month of June, following the resignation of Carme Chacón to become a candidate again. In May 2016, it was confirmed that Batet would be a candidate without primaries after the resignation of Carles Martí to propose an alternative candidacy:

In February 2016, she was one of the people chosen by Sánchez to negotiate with other political forces in an attempt to set up an alternative government alliance to PP.

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