Edmundo Orellana

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Angel Edmundo Orellana Mercado (born 20 October 1948) was born in juticalpa, olancho is a Honduran lawyer and politician. He served as deputy of the National Congress of Honduras representing the Liberal Party of Honduras for Francisco Morazán.[1] He is a lawyer and a notary public, and has a Ph.D. from the university of Bologna, Italy. He was also foreign minister and defense minister of Honduras[2] under the government of Manuel Zelaya. He was also a diplomatic representing Honduras in the United Nations. He now works for the national university of Honduras, Edmundo Orellana is one of the most prolific politicians of Honduras, one of the most loyal person to the liberal party of Honduras. He did not support the fourth ballot the president Zelaya proposed.

charges in the public administration
Foreign Minister
defense Minister
Attorney general
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Political offices
Preceded by
Arístides Mejía
Defense Minister of Honduras
Succeeded by
Adolfo Lionel Sevilla
Preceded by
Milton Jiménez
Foreign Minister of Honduras
Succeeded by
Patricia Rodas