Xavier Castro

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Xavier Castro Muñoz (b. 1965, Guayaquil, Ecuador).

Xavier Castro earned his degree in Law from the Universidad Católica Santiago de Guayaquil in 1990, followed by a Master's degree in Law from Cambridge University (Peterhouse College) in 1997.

He was an Ecuadorian Supreme Court of Justice councillor until 1999 and Vice-President of the Guayaquil Chamber of Commerce over two different periods. In recent years he has also received a Chevening Scholarship award from the UK's Foreign and Commonwealth Office.

He is also a member of Una Nueva Opción (UNO),[1] a private non-profit organization, which trains future political leaders in Ecuador.

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