Francisco Vaca Gutiérrez

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Francisco Vaca Gutiérrez (born July 24, 1951 in Tarija) is a Bolivian politician.[1]

Vaca Gutiérrez studied architecture, and obtained a post-graduate degree from the Universidad Andina in Sucre. He was a municipal councilor in Tarija 1991-1992, and served as interim mayor of the city during the same period. Between 1996 and 1997 he was a councilor of the Tarija Department.[1]

In 1997 he was elected to the Chamber of Deputies, as the Revolutionary Left Front (FRI) candidate in the single-member constituency Nr. 46 (which covers areas of the Cercado province). His alternate was Amado Baldivieso Arroyo.[1]

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  1. ^ a b c Directorio: 1997 - 2002. La Paz: Centro de Investigación del Congreso Nacional (CICON), 2002. p. 179