Alberto Bustamante Belaunde

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Alberto Bustamante
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Prime Minister of Peru
In office
October 10, 1999 – July 28, 2000
President Alberto Fujimori
Preceded by Víctor Joy Way
Succeeded by Federico Salas
Personal details
Born September 12, 1950
Arequipa, Peru
Died February 7, 2008
Lima, Peru
Political party Independent
Spouse(s)  ?
Religion Roman Catholic

José Alberto Bustamante Belaúnde (*Arequipa, September 12, 1950 – †Lima, February 7, 2008) was a Peruvian politician. He was the 48th Prime Minister of Peru from 1999–2000, under President Alberto Fujimori.

Biography[edit]

Alberto Bustamante was born in Arequipa on September 12, 1950. He studied Law in Pontifical Catholic University of Peru.

Bustamante was also a renowned professor of local universities such as the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru and the University of Applied Sciences.

He worked as adviser to the Foreign Relations Committee of the Congress since July 2007. Bustamante died of a heart attack at the offices of Congress on February 7, 2008, aged 57.

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