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Lourdes Celmira Rosario Flores Nano is a Peruvian politician and lawyer. She currently leads the Unidad Nacional (National Unity) alliance and the Partido Popular Cristiano (Popular Christian Party or PPC) in Peru, which is the most well-known right-of-center party of the country.
Lourdes Flores was born in Lima on 7 October 1959. She studied at the Colegio Reyna de Los Angeles and the law school of the Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru. She pursued graduate studies in Madrid, received a masters from the Instituto de Empresa and a doctorate from the Universidad Complutense. As an independent lawyer, Flores specialized in civil and business law. In 1992, Flores attended the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. She later taught commercial law at the Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru and the University of Lima.
At age 18, Flores joined the Popular Christian Party, a conservative branch of the Christian Democracy movement founded in 1966. She was an assistant to Enrique Elias Larosa, who became Minister of Justice.
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