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Norman Quijano

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Preceded by  Violeta Menjivar
Name  Norman Quijano

Role  Politician
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Full Name  Norman Noel Quijano Gonzalez
Born  November 2, 1946 (age 69) Santa Ana, El Salvador (1946-11-02)
Political party  Nationalist Republican Alliance
Alma mater  University of El Salvador
Party  Nationalist Republican Alliance
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Education  University of El Salvador

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Norman Noel Quijano González (born November 2, 1946) is a Salvadoran politician and Mayor of San Salvador, under the Nationalist Republican Alliance ticket, serving from May 1, 2009 until his resignation on August 15, 2013 in order to run as a presidential candidate. He was succeeded by Gloria Calderón de Oñate while the presidential campaign was taking place. After the election, he returned to the mayor office to resume his duties.

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Early life

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Quijano was born on November 2, 1946 in Santa Ana, El Salvador. He graduated from high school in National Institute General Francisco Menéndez, and then as a doctor of dental surgery from the University of El Salvador in 1977.

Career

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He started in politics when he served as the Manager of Social Action of the Municipality of San Salvador during the municipal government of Armando Calderon Sol between the years 1989 to 1994. Since 1994, he has participated in five continuous legislative periods and was secretary of the Board of the Legislative Assembly during the period 2006 to 2009.

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In 2008 he was appointed as the candidate of the Nationalist Republican Alliance for mayor of San Salvador, a position he obtained in open elections January 18, 2009 and plays from 1 May of the same year.

On October 28, 2012, Norman Quijano ordered a clean up in the historic center of San Salvador, the country's capital. The municipal police removed street vendors in the middle of the night.

Finance during Quijano management

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According to official statements, the debt inherited from previous administrations exceeds the $32 million, currently has decreased to $27 million. According to economic analysts, for the first time in its history the mayorship of San Salvador achieved a surplus, it ended 2011 with nearly $4 million surplus.

2014 El Salvador presidential election

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In August 20, 2012, he was appointed as ARENA's presidential candidate for 2014 elections. On August 15, 2013, he resigned his position as mayor to run for president.

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Recent polls show Quijano is on the same footing as FMLN candidate Salvador Sánchez Cerén. However, if neither win the required 50 percent plus one majority, there will likely be a second round run-off between the two candidates.

Personal life

Quijano has three daughters: Lisseth, Norma and Ximena Quijano

References

Norman Quijano Wikipedia


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