Ramón Muñoz Gutiérrez

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Ramón Muñóz Gutiérrez (born 1960 in Lagos de Moreno, Jalisco) is a Mexican right-wing politician affiliated with the National Action Party (PAN) who currently serves in the upper house of the Mexican Congress.[1]

Muñóz Gutiérrez studied psychology in León, Guanajuato and later worked for different companies including Grupo Bimbo. When Vicente Fox became Governor of Guanajuato Muñóz joined Fox's cabinet and became a close advisor, and later, when Fox took the presidential office in 2000 Muñóz was designated a member of the Mexican Executive Cabinet.[citation needed]

In 2006 the National Action Party (PAN) designated Muñóz as one of its candidates to the Senate of Mexico to serve during the LX and the LXI Legislatures of the Mexican Congress; He was elected senator via proportional representation.[citation needed]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Senador Ramón Muñoz Gutiérrez". website. Senado de la Republica (Senate of Mexico). Retrieved 2010-12-11.