Ronald Blanco La Cruz
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|Ronald Blanco La Cruz|
|Governor of Táchira|
|Preceded by||Sergio Omar Calderón|
|Succeeded by||César Pérez Vivas|
April 12, 1959 |
|Political party||Partido Socialista Unido de Venezuela|
|Spouse(s)||Guadalupe de Blanco|
|Táchira State Governor Election, 2004 Results
Source: CNE data
Ronald Blanco La Cruz was born in Caracas on April 12, 1959 to José Vicente Blanco and Ana Julia La Cruz. He spent his early years going to school in his birth city. In 1977 he received his Bachelor of Science degree. He later joined the Military Academy of Venezuela (Academia Militar de Venezuela) where he received a licence in Military Arts & Sciences in 1981. That same year, he was deployed to the Cuartel Bolívar del Táchira, a military base. Blanco is currently a retired captain of the Venezuelan Army and has a Master's degree in international relations and Company Management, obtaining both titles from Troy University in the United States. He has held various positions in the Táchira State, among them the director of the Maternal-Infantile Nourishing Program (Programa Alimentario Maternal Infantil, also known as PAMI). He was also a professor at the Universidad de los Andes. In 1999, he was elected to the National Constituent Assembly, where he served as the President of the Subcommission of Borders. From 2000 to 2008, Blanco La Cruz was governor of Táchira State.
Ronald Blanco is married and they have three children named Royma, Ronald, and Indira.
- ""Diputados chavistas deberían buscar recursos para pasivos laborales"". El Informe (Venezuela) (in Spanish). 10 November 2010. Retrieved 17 November 2010.
Sergio Omar Calderón
|Governor of Táchira
César Pérez Vivas