Open main menu

Israel Beltrán Montes (born 29 March 1947) is a Mexican businessman and politician affiliated with the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI). He served as Deputy of the LV and LX Legislatures of the Mexican Congress representing Chihuahua[1] and has also spent two terms as Municipal President of Ciudad Cuauhtémoc.

Israel Beltrán Montes
Born (1947-03-29) 29 March 1947 (age 72)
Chihuahua, Mexico
NationalityMexican
OccupationBusinessman and politician
Political partyPRI

LifeEdit

Montes was born in 1947 and studied to become a teacher from 1963 to 1966.[1]

Beltrán Montes first made his appearance in the PRI in the 1970s, serving for nearly a decade as secretary of the Municipal Directive Committee (CDM) of the PRI in Chihuahua. After a decade away from politics, he became the head of the CDM in 1990. The next year, he was sent to the LV Legislature as a federal deputy from the now-defunct tenth district. After his term ended in 1994, Beltrán Montes founded Grupo BM Radio, beginning with station XEDP in Ciudad Cuauhtémoc. BM Radio now has thirteen stations, all in Chihuahua; Beltrán Montes hosts the weekly program "Cuestión de Minutos", which originates in Cuauhtémoc and is carried on all of the BM stations.[2]

In 1998, Beltrán Montes was elected to the LIX Legislature of Chihuahua and chaired its board of directors.[1] After his term in the state legislature, he ran for and won election to the municipal presidency of Cuauhtémoc, and when that three-year term ended, he served in further party positions in the PRI. He was the state coordinator for social communication in the run-up to the 2006 presidential elections and a national councilmember. In 2006, he ran for the PRI to return to San Lázaro, winning election as the deputy representing Chihuahua's seventh district. While in the LX Legislature, he served on five committees including Rural Development, National Defense and Radio, Television and Film.[1]

Beltrán Montes returned to the municipal presidency of Ciudad Cuauhtémoc when he was elected for a new three-year term in 2010.[3]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d "Perfil del legislador". Legislative Information System. Retrieved 9 October 2014.
  2. ^ Grupo BM Radio corporate video
  3. ^ Hernández, Jesús (10 October 2010). "Rinde protesta Israel Beltrán como alcalde de la ciudad; César Duarte estuvo presente para reiterar su apoyo". Omnia Cuauhtémoc. Retrieved 16 May 2016.