Luis Alberto Sánchez

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Luis Alberto Sánchez Sánchez
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First Vice President of Peru
In office
28 July 1985 – 28 July 1990
PresidentAlan García
Preceded byFernando Schwalb López Aldana
Succeeded byMáximo San Román
Prime Minister of Peru
In office
15 May 1989 – 30 September 1989
PresidentAlan García
Preceded byArmando Villanueva
Succeeded byGuillermo Larco Cox
Minister of the Presidency
In office
15 May 1989 – 30 September 1989
PresidentAlan García
Preceded byArmando Villanueva
Succeeded byRodolfo Beltrán Bravo
Member of the Senate
In office
28 July 1963 – 28 July 1968
ConstituencyLima
In office
26 July 1980 – 5 April 1992
President of the Senate
In office
28 July 1965 – 28 July 1966
Preceded byRamiro Prialé
Succeeded byDavid Aguilar Cornejo
In office
26 July 1985 – 26 July 1986
Preceded byManuel Ulloa Elías
Succeeded byArmando Villanueva
First Vice President of the Constituent Assembly
In office
28 July 1978 – 28 July 1980
PresidentVíctor Raúl Haya de la Torre
Member of the Constituent Assembly
In office
28 July 1978 – 26 July 1980
Member of the Chamber of Deputies
In office
28 July 1945 – 29 October 1948
ConstituencyLima
Member of the Constituent Congress
In office
8 December 1931 – 8 January 1932 (Deposed)
Personal details
Born(1900-10-12)12 October 1900
Lima, Peru
Died6 February 1994(1994-02-06) (aged 93)
Lima, Peru
Political partyPeruvian Aprista Party
Alma materNational University of San Marcos

Luis Alberto Félix Sánchez Sánchez (October 12, 1900 – February 6, 1994) was a Peruvian lawyer, jurist, philosopher, historian, writer and politician. A historic member of the Peruvian Aprista Party, he became a Senator and member of two Constitutional Assemblies, in which the second one (1978–1980), he occupied the Vice-Presidency of the Assembly and the Presidency of the Constitution Committee.[1] During the Presidency of Alan García (1985–1990), he was his Vice President[2] and was appointed for a short period as Prime Minister of Peru. In Congress he served as President of the Senate two occasions (1966–1967 and 1985–1986).[3]

The figure of Luis Alberto Sanchez, who was born at Lima in 1900, covers most of the century. He was three times Provost of the Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos. Together with Raúl Porras Barrenechea and Jorge Guillermo Leguia, he was one of the leading figures of the Conversation University founded in 1919 with the participation, among others, of Victor Raul Haya de la Torre, Jorge Basadre, Carlos Paz Soldan Moreyra, Ricardo Garcia and Jose Luis Vegas Llosa Belaunde.

Among his literary works and news articles we have a large amount from Garcilaso Inca de la Vega, first Creole (1939), Aladdin or life and work of Jose Santos Chocano (1960), process and content of the Latin American novel (1968), comparative History of American literature (1973–1976), to Indianism and Indigenism in Peruvian literature (1981).

But his main work and the dearest was dedicated to Manuel González Prada, which took shape with titles like 'Don Manuel' (1930), 'Myth and Reality of Gonzalez Prada' (1976), 'Our lives are the rivers ... History and legend of González Prada' (1977) and a substantial variety of editions of the work of González Prada. As a politician, was a prominent figure of the Peruvian Aprista Party and scored the second most votes, after Victor Raul Haya de la Torre, during the general elections to constitute the Constituent Assembly in 1979. At the end of his life, in 1990 he was elected Senator and served until the closing of Congress by the 1992 self-coup of Alberto Fujimori. He died in 1994 in Lima, dedicating his last days to writing.

He taught at the Deutsche Schule Lima Alexander von Humboldt.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.congreso.gob.pe/participacion/museo/congreso/presidentes-1951-2000
  2. ^ "Presidentes y vicepresidentes desde 1980 en Perú, crisis y realidades". 26 July 2018.
  3. ^ http://www.congreso.gob.pe/participacion/museo/congreso/presidentes/Luis_Sanchez
  4. ^ Novak, Fabián. Las relaciones entre el Perú y Alemania, 1828-2003 (Serie Política exterior peruana). Fondo Editorial PUCP, 2004. ISBN 9972426343, 9789972426346. p. 45.


Political offices
Preceded by
Armando Villanueva del Campo
Prime Minister of Peru
15 May 1989 – 30 September 1989
Succeeded by
Guillermo Larco Cox