Washington Saldías González

Washington Ramón Saldías González (born August 24, 1949) is a Chilean politician. Saldías is also the executive editor of Pichilemu News.

Washington Saldías González
Councillor of Pichilemu
In office
6 December 1996 – 6 December 2004
Personal details
Born
Washington Ramón Saldías González

(1949-08-24) August 24, 1949 (age 72)
Chile
Political partyIndependent[1]
Residence(s)Pichilemu Pichilemu, Chile
OccupationCouncillor of Pichilemu

Saldías was elected Councillor of Pichilemu with 870 votes (13.70%) from a total of 6,352 votes in Chilean municipal election of 1996.[1]

BiographyEdit

Saldías was born in Santiago, Chile on August 24, 1949. His family moved to Pichilemu in 1950, and he stayed there until 1964.

In 1975, Saldías was hired by La Tercera as Correspondent in Pichilemu for the newspaper. In 1979, he became Governor of the recently founded Cardenal Caro Province.[2] Saldías acquired the rights to edit Periódico Pichilemu (founded in 1944), from January 31, 1986 until 1990. His project remained dormant until January 2000, when he founded Pichilemu News.[2]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "SISTEMA DE DESPLIEGUE DE COMPUTOS - MINISTERIO DEL INTERIOR". elecciones.gob.cl. Retrieved 13 August 2010.
  2. ^ a b ":..Pichilemu News -- Pichilemu en Noticias..: Editorial". pichilemunews.cl. Retrieved 13 August 2010.
Political offices
Preceded by
Jorge Vargas González
Mario Bichón Cáceres
Mariano Polanco Galarce
Aldo Polanco Contreras
Raúl Tobar Pavez
Councillor of Pichilemu
1996–2000
With: Carlos Leyton Labarca
Aldo Polanco Contreras
Washington Saldías González
Mariano Polanco Galarce
Mario Bichón Cáceres
Succeeded by
Carlos Leyton Labarca
Aldo Polanco Contreras
Víctor Rojas González
Roberto Córdova Carreño
Washington Saldías González
Preceded by
Carlos Leyton Labarca
Aldo Polanco Contreras
Washington Saldías González
Mariano Polanco Galarce
Mario Bichón Cáceres
Councillor of Pichilemu
2000–2004
With: Carlos Leyton Labarca
Víctor Rojas González
Roberto Córdova Carreño
Aldo Polanco Contreras
Succeeded by
Aldo Polanco Contreras
Héctor Cornejo Galarce
Víctor Rojas González
Hernán Garrido Salas
Roberto Córdova Carreño
Marcelo Cabrera Martínez