René Guzmán Apaza, 59, a lawyer by profession and a native of Potosí, is the fifth candidate for Ombudsman. He delivered his documents this Friday before the Mixed Commission of the Constitution of the Legislative Assembly Plurinational (ALP).
“By profession I am a lawyer in the free exercise and advisor also of an insurance company, with a lot of knowledge in the subject of lawsespecially the family and childhood”, said the applicant.
He explained that he has lived in Santa Cruz for a long time and that he hopes to meet all the requirements of the call. “My purpose, if elected, is to fight for the rights of all Bolivians, so that no one is discriminated against.”, he indicated.
#LATEST | The fifth candidate for Ombudsman, René Guzmán Apaza, a native of Potosí, assures that if he is elected to office, he “will fight for the rights of all Bolivians.” #ElectionOmbudsman2022 pic.twitter.com/8cSqt4YeJ9
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The term for the delivery of the documentation closes on April 1. There are 18 requirements that each interested person must present and During the weekend, the collection of envelopes will also be carried out. in dependencies of the Palace of the Revolution (La Paz).
Yesterday he registered his name Iván Félix Cuevas Paucara, social communicator by professionwho joins Ramiro Rafael Sanjinés Rodríguez, Cyborg Kanashiro Bronnkss, both from La Paz, and Francisco Xavier Solares Marco, from Santa Cruz.