María Auxiliadora Correa Zamora

Maria Auxiliadora CORREA ZAMORAEPP

Spain (Partido Popular)

MEP 2012 -2014

María Auxiliadora Correa Zamora is a Spanish politician born 24 May 1972 in Badajoz. Member of the People’s Party, she has been an MEP on January 13, 2012, replacing José García-Margallo y Marfil.

In the European Parliament, she sits on the European People’s Party, and she is a member of the International Trade Commission and the Delegation to the Parliamentary Committee CARIFORUM-UE1
She holds a degree in Law from the University of Extremadura (1996) and she is a specialist in Occupational Risk Prevention, Les Heures, FBG, University of Barcelona (1998).

Maria was a member of the municipal executive committee of the Partido Popular for Puebla de la Calzada (Badajoz), member of the provincial executive committee of the Partido Popular and a member of the national executive committee of the Partido Popular.

Senator in the VII and VIII terms of the Spanish Senate (2000-2004 and 2007-2008) and an active Member of the Badajoz Federation of Rural Women.

o European Parliament
o Delegation to the CARIFORUM-EU Parliamentary Committee

o Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development
o Delegation to the ACP-EU Joint Parliamentary Assembly