Leopoldo Navarro

Leopoldo Navarro Bermudez was the vice president of Nicaragua, in the administration of president Arnoldo Alemán.

Early lifeEdit

Bermudez was born on 22 October 1917 to J.Gonzalez Duarte and Dolores Bermudez Duarte in Managua, Nicaragua.[1] He pursued primary and secondary education in Costa Rica.[2] He was a doctor and surgeon by profession. He served as head of pathology departments in hospitals of various regions of Nicaragua.

In 1968,he joined the Liberal constitutional movement. Then he joined the Constitutionalist Liberal Party in 1981.

CareerEdit

He was elected as a deputy of the National assembly of Nicaragua from PLC ,and served from 1997 to 2001. In 2000 ,he was elected as a vice president of the national assembly. In 2000, Aleman appointed him as the Vice President of Nicaragua and served until January 2002.

Later lifeEdit

He pursued legislative career in PARLACEN. He successfully sought for national assembly after retiring from PARLACEN and was a deputy from 2007 to 2012.

DeathEdit

He died on 25 October 2014, in Managua, Nicaragua.[3]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Leopoldo Salomé Navarro Bermúdez". geni_family_tree.
  2. ^ "La Estrella de Nicaragua. » Dr. Leopoldo Navarro Bermúdez falleció en la víspera del Día del Médico Nicaragüense".
  3. ^ ":::Bolsa de Noticias::: ***Managua, Nicaragua***". www.bolsadenoticias.com.ni.