Primera Dama no longer wants to be a prima donna. Irina Karamanos, that’s her name, is the first lady of Chile – or rather, she was. She remains the companion of Gabriel Borik, who was elected to the presidency in December, the youngest (35 years old) in the entire history of the country. But soon there will be no official “office of the first lady”. The young anthropologist and feminist no longer walked to the Moneda mansion, with her backpack, to perform her duties. “The first lady’s institutional role as we know it will end.”announced in early October.
It’s the first. The concept of “First Lady” dates back to Wife 4e American President, James Madison (in office 1809-1817), who helped furnish the White House and invited politicians of both parties to receptions. It has evolved over the centuries, with some very active and influential First Ladies (most famously Eleanor Roosevelt), others in the background (Melania Trump, more recently), and still others who maintain their professional vigor, like Jill Biden, who continues to teach English composition at Local university twice a week. But while Karamanos dreams of returning to academic research, perhaps focusing on education, she goes beyond what other first ladies have done: She doesn’t just want to live her life as well as possible. professional “as before”, escape from the shackles f
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