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Name  Salvador Nasrallah

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Full Name  Salvador Alejandro Cesar Nasrallah Salum
Born  30 January 1953 (age 62) (1953-01-30) Tegucigalpa, Honduras
Occupation  Sports journalist, television presenter, politician, Dancer
Alma mater  Pontifical Catholic University of Chile

Political party  Anti-Corruption Party

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Salvador Alejandro César Nasralla Salum (born January 30, 1953) is a Honduran sports journalist, television presenter, master of ceremonies, businessman, and politician. He is the presenter of the TV program with the highest ratings in Honduras, and was the founder and presidential-candidate of the Anti-Corruption Party.


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Early life

Nasralla was born in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. His parents are both of Lebanese descent. His mother was born in Chile. He spent his childhood in the northern city of Trujillo, Colón. At the age of eleven, his family returned to Tegucigalpa. There, he attended his secondary studies at Instituto San Francisco and obtained his high school diploma.


After high school, Nasralla was sent to live with his extended family in Chile. There he attended the Catholic University of Chile where he graduated with honors. He obtained a degree in Civil Industrial Engineering and a Master of Business Administration.

He also took classes of drama and television.

Professional career

After returning from Chile, Nasralla became the CEO of Pepsi Honduras. He also became a professor at the National Autonomous University of Honduras where he gave lectures on business and engineering.

In 1981, he started his career in television.

Political career

Nasralla has been harshly critical of the Honduran government since the 1980's. In particular, he has pinpointed the widespread corruption at the highest levels of government as the main cause of the problems that afflict Honduran society.

Due to the increasing deterioration of the living conditions of the majority Hondurans as a result of the perceived indifference and/or incompetence of traditional politicians, Nasralla and other members of the civil society decided to establish a new political party. Therefore, in 2013 the Anti-Corruption party was founded and admitted to the Supreme Electoral Tribunal of Honduras.


Salvador Nasralla Wikipedia