Who is the husband of the first president of Mexico, Claudia Sheinbaum: what has united Facebook…

“I will become the first female president of Mexico.” These were the words of the ruling party Claudia Sheinbaum, a physicist by training, after her victory in this Sunday’s elections. Its result will allow it to have the majority necessary to reform the Constitution in Congress, after the rapid recount by the National Electoral Institute (INE). To celebrate, Sheinbaum gave a kiss to her husband, Jesús María Tarriba, at the press conference on Monday, June 3.

Claudia Sheinbaum, 61, graduated in Physics from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). It was in the faculty classrooms where she met her former husband, Jesús María Tarriba, 61 years old. Claudia and Jesús María, doctor in physics, is a risk analyst employed at the Bank of Mexico. They both dated for just over a year during their student years. Afterwards, their paths parted. Fate brought them together again and they got married last November in an intimate ceremony, as she herself announced on her social networks. “I found love, I was lucky,” she commented to a Mexican media.

For both of them this was their second marriage. Claudia was married to the political activist Carlos Imaz. Their relationship lasted for 30 years. As for Jesús María, she settled in Spain. He married and worked for Banco de Santander for 16 years, according to what he posted on LinkedIn. The reunion occurred thanks to Facebook, when Sheinbaum sent Tarriba a friend request, according to El País.

Sheinbaum began her time in politics in 2000 as Secretary of the Environment in the Mexico City government of López Obrador, for whom she was also spokesperson in his first presidential campaign.

Previously he was in charge of the Mayor’s Office of Tlalpan, in Mexico City, where he faced the disaster of the 2017 earthquake and the collapse in May 2021 of line 12 of the Mexico City metro, which left at least 26 dead and one hundred injured. .