Puebla politician Alberto Amador Leal dies of COVID-19

The politician of Puebla origin Alberto Amador Leal He died in the last hours, derived from complications from the coronavirus.

The also Industrial Chemical engineer and affiliated with the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) was coordinator of advisers to Marco Antonio Mena, current governor of Tlaxcala, who reported the death of his collaborator.

The state madatario shared the news on his Twitter account. Stressed that Loyal Amateur He was a brilliant man and an exemplary public official. He noted that his friend will be remembered with gratitude and admiration and sent his condolences to his relatives.

Alberto Amador was born on October 29, 1951 in Huauchinango, Puebla. He worked as a technician in the Resistol and Celanese companies in the years 1971 and 1972. During the period from 1970 to 1975 he studied Industrial Chemical Engineering.

In 1988 he was coordinator of Regional Affairs of the Institute of Political, Economic and Social Studies of the PRI. In that same political institute, he held the positions of Deputy Treasurer of the National Executive Committee and Deputy Secretary General.

On at least three occasions he was a federal deputy for the PRI, in the years 1985 to 1991, 1988 to 1991 and from 2000 to 2003. From 1999 to 2000 he was a local deputy for the same party.

Loyal Amateur He held various positions in the Federal Public Administration, in the Secretariats of Labor and Social Welfare, in Social Development and in the then Secretariat of Programming and Budget, today the Secretariat of the Economy.

He also reached the post of Secretary of Social Development in the state of Puebla, during the administration of Melquiades Morales.

With information from E -consultation.

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