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Luis Ossio

Luis Ossio
Vice President of Bolivia
In office
6 August 1989 – 6 August 1993
President Jaime Paz Zamora
Preceded by Julio Garrett Ayllón
Succeeded by Víctor Hugo Cárdenas
Personal details
Born 1930
Oruro
Political party Christian Democratic Party

Luis Ossio Sanjinés (b. 1930 in Oruro) served as Vice President of Bolivia from 1989 to 1993, during the presidency of Jaime Paz Zamora.[1] He belonged to the Christian Democratic Party (in Spanish: Partido Demócrata Cristiano (PDC)) of Bolivia.

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Preceded by
Julio Garrett Ayllón
Vice President of Bolivia
1989-1993
Succeeded by
Víctor Hugo Cárdenas


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