Rolando Sousa

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Rolando Sousa
Keiko with Rolando Sousa running  for Andean Parliament
Keiko con Rolando Sousa al parlamento Andino

Víctor Rolando Sousa Huanambal (Lambayeque, 22 August 1961) is a Peruvian lawyer and politician. He ran for the second vice presidency under the candidacy of Martha Chavez to the presidency of the Republic, representing "Alliance for the Future" party, in the 2006 General Election. Despite losing, he joined the Congress in the 2006-2011 period.

In 2001 he was former President Alberto Fujimori´s lawyer, in association with criminal attorney César Nakasaki. The defense was taken over by another lawyer in 2013.

As of August 3, 2006, the Board of Spokesmen of the Congress and the multiparty table (which decides the organization of the various working committees in Congress) appointed him as coordinator of the Committee on Foreign Affairs.

This table was mainly populated by APRA and PPC members; however, unanimously Rolando Sousa was picked to chair the Committee on Justice and Human Rights for two periods.

He ran for the Andean Parliament in the 2016 General Election and is N°1 on the list presented by the Fuerza Popular party.[citation needed]

External links

  • Official Congressional Site


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