Eva Perón used her position as first lady to fight for women’s suffrage and improving the lives of the poor, and became a legendary figure in Argentine politics. She was largely responsible for the passage of the women’s suffrage law and formed the Peronista Feminist Party in 1949. She also introduced compulsory religious education into all Argentine schools. In 1951, although dying of cancer, she obtained the nomination for vice president, but the army forced her to withdraw her candidacy
Age: Eva Perón was born on May 7, 1919.
Parents: Eva Perón’s parents were unmarried and her father had another family.
Marriage: Eva Perón married Argentine President Juan Perón on October 22, 1945.
Children: Eva Perón and Juan Perón did not have any children.
Siblings: Eva Perón had four siblings.
Career: Eva Perón became a powerful political figure, especially for the poor and the women, and was revered by the lower economic classes.
Social Media: Social media did not exist during Eva Perón’s lifetime.
Net Worth: There is no information available on Eva Perón’s net worth.