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Marcela Virginia Rodriguez (born 23 February 1965) is an Argentine politician, a deputy in the Argentine Chamber of Deputies for the ARI party.
Rodriguez was born in Buenos Aires and studied law at the University of Buenos Aires, gaining her Master of Laws at Yale University. She worked as a researcher and as an advisor to the World Bank, and led the women's department at the municipality of Vicente Lopez Partido in Greater Buenos Aires.
Rodriguez was elected a deputy from Buenos Aires Province in 2001. She sits in the Civic Coalition block and has been Secretary of the Justice Committee of the Lower House and a member of the Council of Magistrates of the Nation, the body that advises on justice matters and appoints judges, since 2002. In 2007 she became the 3rd Vice-President of the Chamber of Deputies.
She works on human and women's rights.
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