Javier Valle Riestra
|Javier Valle-Riestra González-Olaechea|
|Member of the Congress|
26 July 2006 – 26 July 2011
|Prime Minister of Peru|
4 June 1998 – 21 August 1998
|Preceded by||Alberto Pandolfi|
|Succeeded by||Alberto Pandolfi|
|Member of the Senate|
26 July 1985 – 5 April 1992
|Member of the Chamber of Deputies|
26 July 1980 – 26 July 1985
|Member of the Constituent Assembly|
28 July 1978 – 26 July 1980
|Alderman of Lima|
1 January 1963 – 1 January 1970
May 22, 1947 |
|Political party||Partido Aprista Peruano|
Javier Maximiliano Alfredo Hipólito Valle Riestra González Olaechea, (*Lima, Jan 5 1932 - ), is a constitutional lawyer, jurist and peruvian politician. Known member of the Peruvian Aprista Party, has held several public offices, among them the most controversial being President of the Council of Ministers in the government of Alberto Fujimori (1998).
Son of Richard Valle Riestra Meiggs and Hortensia Gonzalez Olaechea and Olaechea, studied at el Colegio Sagrados Corazones de la Recoleta in Lima. He studied law at the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru between 1950 and 1956. Between 1970 and 1971 obtained his doctorate as a lawyer at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Grandson of Maximiliano Gonzalez Olaechea, an outstanding physician, great grandson of the former Prime Minister of Peru Manuel Pablo Olaechea and nephew of former Minister of Justice Pedro Carlos Olaechea and Olaechea.
From 1963 to 1969 he was Alderman of the Metropolitan Municipality of Lima, elected by the Peruvian Aprista Party. When Francisco Morales Bermudez convened the Constituent Assembly of 1978, Valle Riestra was elected Member of the Assembly. He became as one of the assistants of Victor Raul Haya de la Torre to include some of its proposals in this Constitution. In 1980 he was elected as Member of the Chamber of Deputies of the Republic, and in 1985 was elected as a Senator, being reelected in 1990. On April 5th, 1992, Alberto Fujimori gave a self-coup, in which its leader Alan Garcia was forced into exile. Valle Riestra did not participate for a time in politics.
In 1998, Alberto Fujimori offered him the office of the President of the Council of Ministers of Peru, a post he assumed for a short time. Sworn in on June 4, 1998 and resigned on 21 August of that year. Its management is known for being the only prime minister of the opposition in Peruvian history. His tenure in that office did cost him his disagreements with some members of the Peruvian Aprista Party, who totally disapproved the Fujimori regime. Valle Riestra had during this period, a tense relationship with Alan Garcia.
In 2005, after mutually reconciled, Alan Garcia offered a quota for the list to the Congress of the Republic of Peru. When he was elected as Member of Congress with the number 35 with a high number of votes, Valle Riestra said he never wanted to be elected at a "unicameral" Congress because he is a big supporter of bicameralism.
- Valle Riestra rides in a bicycle to Congress because he says he never liked the parking lot of the Legislative Palace.
- He witnessed the death of Víctor Raúl Haya de la Torre.
- Before defending Cecilia Valenzuela in a lawsuit against Jorge Mufarech, she had a bitter argument with him for being Prime Minister of Peru of the Fujimori regime.
- In 2006, swore as a Congressman by "the 1979 Constitution."
- He was the attorney of Laura Bozzo and Ollanta Humala, uprising after the end of the Fujimori regime.
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