Alan Garcia Perez

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Date of Birth: 05/23/1949

Age: 67

Place of birth: Lima

Citizenship: Peru


Alan Gabriel Ludwig Garcia Perez was born on May 23, 1949 in Lima, in the political violence.

He received a law degree from the National University of San Marcos in 1971. Subsequently, he studied at the universities of Europe, in Madrid, the Sorbonne in Paris, where he earned a degree in sociology in 1973.

Between 1977 and 1980 he was elected Secretary of the Peruvian Apristskoy Party, which was an activist since his student days.

In 1979 he was elected as a constituency Assembly Member.

Since 1980 po1985 year was the National Representative.

Until 1985, he served as the Secretary-General Apristskoy party.

He was one of the authors of the Constitution of Peru, adopted in 1979.

From 1980 to 1985 Godby deputy of the Parliament.

July 28, 1985, at the age of thirty-five years old, was elected president of the republic of Peru. His reign is considered to be unsuccessful due to inflation and intensification of armed groups.

In April 1992, due to the coup d`etat of Alberto Fujimori, he was forced into exile, and was granted political asylum in Colombia and France. In January 2001, after the removal of the charges against him of corruption, he returned to Peru and headed the parliamentary opposition.

He participated in the 2001 presidential elections by the Peruvian Apristskoy games, scored forty-seven percent of the vote.

In 2004, he was appointed President of the Peruvian Apristskoy party.

Zanimaetpochetnuyu the office of President of the International Socialists.

There was also the Director of the Institute of Government at the University of San Martin de Porres.

In 2006, the Social Democrat Alan Garcia won the second round of presidential elections, the left nationalist Ollanta Humala, supported by more than fifty percent of the voters.

July 28, 2006 took office as president of Peru.

JD, author of several books on politics, sociology and law.

He writes about the Peruvian reality and Latin America. Most of his works are kept in the National Library of Peru.

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