Fernando Castro Trenti

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This name uses Spanish naming customs: the first or paternal family name is Castro and the second or maternal family name is Trenti.

Fernando Jorge Castro Trenti is a Mexican politician affiliated with the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) who served in the LX Legislature of the Mexican Senate and the LXI nowaday as senator[1] representing the State of Baja California.

Castro Trenti holds a bachelor's degree in law. He had occupied different positions in the public service sector in Baja California. From 2001 to 2004 he served as congressman in Baja California. In 2004 Jorge Hank Rhon designated him as secretary of government of the Municipality of Tijuana but left that position to run as senator. He secured a seat in the senate during the 2006 congressional elections as the first minority senator; hence he would have served during the LX and the LXI Legislatures (2006–2012) he is considered the most productive senator in the history of Baja California .

As a Senate for the LX Legislature, he presided both Communications and Transports and Internal Administration for the Senate, he is well known as one of the most recognized political operators for his party and country, and well known as responsible for the retrieval of power in the 2010 Municipal and local congress elections for [the] PRI (Revolutionary Intitutional Party), and as a consequence for the still official Party, situation that has set him as a potential candidate for the governor's office of Baja California. He ran in the 2013 election and lost to the PAN candidate Francisco Vega de Lamadrid.


  1. ^ "Germán, no olvide que avionazo detuvo el debate': Fernando Castro Trenti". El Mexicano (in Spanish). 1 April 2009. Retrieved 18 February 2011.