|Birth Day:||February 25, 1972|
|Birth Place:||Buenos Aires, Argentina|
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She received a degree in law from the University of Buenos Aires, and joined the Socialist Workers Party while still a student.
Since 1998, she is a lawyer of the Zanon tile factory in Neuquén, being among those who acted in the historical case where the Zanón tile company was found guilty of issuing an "offensive lock out".
Bregman participated among the appelants of the first trial made since the re-opening of the cases of crimes against humanity perpetrated by criminals of the Argentinian Dictatoship, that of former Buenos Aires police chief Miguel Osvaldo Etchecolatz, where Justicia Ya! La Plata in 2006 accused him of committing genocide. In the final stages of the trial, one of the eyewitnesses, Jorge Julio López, disappeared; afterwards, a case on his disappearance was opened and remains so. Bregman was also an appealing lawyer during the trial against Jorge “Tigre” Acosta, on the ESMA case.
In 2008 she was awarded by the Human Rights Commission of the Lawyers School of Buenos Aires. In 2016 Carlos Blaquier and Ledesma executives sent her an intimidatory letter as she prepared to travel to Jujuy to receive complaints of grave human rights violations in the province of then-governor Gerardo Morales. Bregman denounced that she received phone call threats in her office after her intervention in the Labour and Budget Commission where she questioned the first employment bill because she considered that it was a measure to legalise outsourcing.
She also stood out in the defense of Catalina Balaguer, a female PepsiCo worker and activist who was fired unjustly and was later reincorporated although she was not formally a union delegate ("de facto delegate"). Bregman also represented PepsiCo workers against the illegal closure of the Vicente López factory on June 20, 2017 and denounced attourney Gastón Larramendi, who ordered the factory's eviction a week earlier.
On May 31, 2018, Myriam Bregman assisted to the 15th day of debate on legalizing Abortion in Argentina in the Argentine Congress to present her position in favour of legalizing abortion by declaring that "we are proud to see many young people with the green handkerchief as their banner". She also took the opportunity to criticise the Catholic Church and La Plata Archbishop Héctor Aguer, who "has as their transmission band local governors, who negotiate with women's rights".
Myriam's father was a rural teacher in Timote. Myriam has one younger brother.
Currently, Myriam Bregman is 50 years, 4 months and 3 days old. Myriam Bregman will celebrate 51st birthday on a Saturday 25th of February 2023. Below we countdown to Myriam Bregman upcoming birthday.