Daniel Abugattás

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Daniel Abugattás
Daniel Abugattás (cropped).jpg
Member of the Congress of the Republic of Peru
Incumbent
Assumed office
26 July 2006
Constituency Lima
President of the Congress of the Republic of Peru
In office
26 July 2011 – 26 July 2012
Preceded by César Zumaeta
Succeeded by Víctor Isla
Personal details
Born (1955-04-14) April 14, 1955 (age 59)
Arequipa, Peru
Political party Peruvian Nationalist Party
Alma mater PUCP
Profession Lawyer, businessman

Daniel Fernando Abugattás Majluf (born 14 April 1955 in Arequipa) is a Peruvian businessman and politician (PNP). He has been a Congressman representing the constituency of Lima since 2006, and is the incumbent President of the Congress.[1]

After graduating from the college, Daniel Abugattás studied law at the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru in Lima. Subsequently, he studied for a Master in economic law at the Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana in Xochimilco, Mexico, from 1980 to 1981. Moreover, in 1982, he took a specialization course in quality management at the Japanese Association for Overseas Technical Scholarship (AOTS) in Osaka. From 1980 to 1994, he worked as a procurator for Fabrica Moderna S.A. in Lima. From 1994 to 2006, he was the general director of Nielsen Peru.

In 2006, he was elected to the Congress on the joint Union for Peru and Peruvian Nationalist Party list, representing the city of Lima. After the breakup of the alliance after the elections, Abugattás decided to sit with the Nationalists. From 2007 to 2011, he was a member of the political commission of the PNP. From 2010 to 2011, Abugattás was the spokesman of the Nationalist bench in Congress. After Ollanta Humala and his Nationalists-dominated Peru Wins alliance won the 2011 general election, in which Abugattás could defend his seat, he was elected President of the Congress of the Republic of Peru.

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  1. ^ ""Abugattas garantiza coordinación entre Legislativo y Ejecutivo"", El Comercio.pe (in Spanish), 26 July 2011, retrieved 5 Aug 2011 

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