Camacho Solis, Victor Manuel

Born: Mar 30, 1946 AD
Currently alive, at 69 years of age.

Nationality: Mexican
Categories: Politician

1946 - Manuel Camacho Solís was born on the 30th of March in Mexico City.

         - He was a Mexican politician who served with President Carlos Salinas de Gortari.

1985 - He was elected to the Chamber of Deputies for the first occasion.

1986 - He was appointed to the cabinet as Minister of Urban Development.

1988 - When Salinas took over the presidency, he was appointed Head of Government of the Federal District.

1993 - On 13th of November, he was designated Secretary of Foreign Affairs.

1994 - Due to the Zapatista uprising in Chiapas, he was assigned as the government commissioner for the peace in Chiapas.

1995 - He left Institutional Revolutionary Party.

1999 - He was officially announced presidential non-candidacy one day before assassination of Luis Colosio.

2000 - He was Mexican presidential candidate with Party of the Democratic Center.

2003 - He became a federal deputy in the Chamber of Deputies representing the Party of the Democratic Revolution.

2004 - He joined Andrés Manuel López Obrador's political campaign.

         - He currently writes a column in a El Universal Newspaper.

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