Manuel Suárez Ávila

Manuel Suárez Ávila (b. February 12, 1968, Trinidad) is a Bolivian politician.[1]

Suárez Ávila studied political science. He was a councilor at the Bolivian Embassy in Madrid in 1995, and a councilor at the Bolivian mission at the United Nations in Geneva 1995-1997.[1]

He was elected to the Chamber of Deputies in 1997, through the proportional representation vote in Beni as a Revolutionary Nationalist Movement (MNR) candidate. His alternate was Martha T. Gutiérrez de Anderson.[1] Suárez Ávila headed the Permanent Ethics Committee in the parliament, which oversaw the expulsion from the parliament of deputy Evo Morales Ayma in 2002.[2]

Suárez Ávila served as interim Minister of the Presidency in the cabinet of Carlos Mesa.[3]


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