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First name : Yonhy

πŸ”― Sun sign: Aquarius

🌍 Born in: Peru

Famous As: lawyer

πŸŽ‚ Birthday: February 15, 1959

Age: 61 years , 61 year Old Male

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Peruvian lawyer and politician who is known for his association with the Popular Action party. He is also known for having served as a Congressman where he represented the constituency of Puno. He is also known for having served as the Popular Action party's national secretary-general.Β 

Before Fame

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He originally studied Law at the Catholic University of Santa Maria in Arequipa. He started his career working as an independent lawyer in his hometown of Puno. In 2001, he was first elected to congress to represent Puno.Β 

Trivia

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He is also known for having been a professor who lectured in law at the National University of the Altiplano in Puno.Β 

Family life

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He was born and raised in Puno, Peru. His mother Teresa Marcedes Ancieta Hurtado was a primary school teacher.Β 

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Richard acuna NunezΒ is a fellow Peruvian politician who is also known for having served as a congressman.Β 

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