Ana Olivera

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Ana María Olivera Pessano
Ana Olivera in 2010.
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Intendant of Montevideo
Assumed office
July 8, 2010
President José Mujica (2010-2015)
Tabare Vasquez (2015-present)
Preceded by Hyara Rodríguez
Personal details
Born (1953-12-17) 17 December 1953 (age 63)
 Uruguay, Montevideo
Nationality Uruguayan
Political party Communist Party of Uruguay
Broad Front
Occupation Politician, professor

Ana María Olivera Pessano (born 17 December 1953 in Montevideo, Uruguay), is an Uruguayan professor and politician belonging to the Communist Party of Uruguay, which has been integrated with Frente Amplio. She has served as Deputy Minister of Social Development during the government of Tabaré Vázquez. In the municipal elections of 9 May 2010, she ran as the only candidate of Frente Amplio and was elected as the Intendant of Montevideo, a position which she has held since 8 July 2010.[1]


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