Alejandro Salas leaves the Ministry of Culture and swears in as the new Minister of Labor

Alejandro Salas leaves the Ministry of Culture and swears in as the new Minister of Labor

Salas left the Culture portfolio and will replace Juan Ramón Lira Loayza in the MTPE position, who had assumed said portfolio on May 29.< /h2>

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Alejandro Salas leaves the Ministry of Culture and is sworn in as the new minister of Labor

Alejandro Salas left the Ministry of Culture for the Ministry of Labor and Employment Promotion. (Photo: Presidency)

Alejandro Salas was sworn in this Friday, August 5, as the new Minister of Labor and Employment Promotion, in a ceremony that took place in the Golden Hall of the Government Palace.

In this way, Salas left the portfolio of Culture and will replace Juan Ramón Lira Loayza in the position of the MTPE, who had assumed said portfolio on May 29.

The new job holder has more than 20 years of experience in public management and holds a master's degreein Public Management, with a mention in National Defense, by the Center for Advanced National Studies (CAEN).

In addition, Salas Zegarra studied Master's in Constitutional Law at the Federico Villarreal National University.

He has a PolicyLab certificate issued by the National Defense University – Study Center Defense Hemispheres, Washington D.C.

He has also specialized in Public Procurement and Political Communicationfrom the Universidad del Pacífico and is a specialist in Local Government Management, graduated from the Municipal Management Program (PGM) Ci vis of ESAN University.