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Rubina Berardo was born on 11 November, 1982 in Lisbon, is an Economist, politician and columnist. Discover Rubina Berardo's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 38 years old?

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Occupation Economist, politician and columnist
Age 39 years old
Zodiac Sign Scorpio
Born 11 November 1982
Birthday 11 November
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Nationality Lisbon

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Following the proposals submitted, In February 2020, by left-wing (PAN, Left Block, Socialists and Greens) and liberal (IL) parties to the Assembly of the Republic on the legalization of euthanasia Berardo published an opinion article in JM-Madeira highly criticizing such proposals.


Four years later, on July 2019, the Madeiran newspaper, JM-Madeira, announced that Berardo was not running for re-election to the Assembly of the Republic. The decision for non-re-election to the Portuguese Parliament came from PSD-Madeira's president, Miguel Albuquerque, and the regional party's Political Commission as result from the negotiations made with PSD regarding the Closed lists.


In accordance with her Lutheran and pro-life background and beliefs, Berardo argued that the parties involved in these proposals are forcing their own agendas on the issue and failing the promises made of more civil society debates after these proposals failed parliamentary approval in 2018.


April 2017, Portuguese media denounced the fact the parliamentarians representing the Autonomous Regions were benefiting from a duplication of subsidies to cover their air fare costs. Parliamentarians representing Madeira and Azores were entitled not only to benefit from the subsidy available to all tax residents of the Autonomous Regions, as well as to benefit from the subsidy made available by the Portuguese Parliament to cover transportation costs.


On October 2015, she was elected member of the Assembly of the Republic, for the constituency of Madeira, and assumed membership of the parliamentary committees for European Affairs and for Budget, Finances and Administrative Modernization. In representation of her constituency, Rubina Berardo has integrated the Commission of Inquiry to the process that led to the sale and settlement of Banco Internacional do Funchal (Banif).


Rubina Berardo – Biography Official Biography from the Assembly of the Republic


Between 2012 and 2015 she became deputy counsellor for economic affairs and press in the German Embassy in Lisbon.


Before being elected to the Assembly of the Republic, Rubina Berardo was an active member in the national and regional Social Democratic Youth, having run, unsuccessfully, for president of the latter in 2011.


Despite her stance on certain civil rights, Rubina has been a member of pro-life movement throughout her political career, having supported the movement "Sociedade Civil da Madeira Junta pela Vida" (Madeira Civil Society Unite for Life) in Madeira which campaigned No in the Portuguese abortion referendum in 2007.


Before being elected as a member of the Assembly of the Republic, Rubina Berardo worked as civil servant for the Regional Government of Madeira in the department European Affairs and External Cooperation since December 2005, a post she still holds.


She is an economist by training, having studied at the University of East Anglia (BA politics and economics, 2003), the London School of Economics (MSc European politics and governance, 2004), and at the Portuguese Military Academy, where she studied information warfare and competitive intelligence.


Rubina Everlien Berardo (born 11 November 1982) is a Madeiran and Portuguese politician and pundit who was a Social Democratic Party (PSD) Member of the Assembly of the Republic for the constituency of Madeira between 2015 and 2019. Since February 2018, she is one of the vice-presidents of her party's parliamentary group in the Assembly of the Republic.