Andrés Jouannet Valderrama c. 2015.
Mayor of the Araucanía Region
|As August 25 as 2015 - November as November as 2016|
|President||Michelle Bachelet Jeria|
|Predecessor||Francisco Huenchumilla Jaramillo|
|Successor||Miguel Hernandez Saffirio|
|Governor of the Province of Cautín|
|June 14, 2008 - December 10, 2008|
|President||Michelle Bachelet Jeria|
July 29, 1967 (53 years) |
Temuco , Chile
|Political party||Christian Democrat|
|Educated in||University of La Frontera|
|Occupation||Professor of history and political|
Andrés Alfonso Jouannet Valderrama ( Temuco , Araucanía Region ; July 29, 1967) is a professor of history and geography, and Chilean politician , member of the Christian Democratic Party (PDC). Between 2015 and 2016 he served as mayor of the Region of Araucanía .
He was received as a State Professor in History and Geography at the Universidad de la Frontera in Temuco. Thanks to a scholarship granted by the Konrad Adenauer Foundation, he obtained a Doctorate in Philosophy with a major in Political Science from the University of Heidelberg in Germany, and at this same University he received the degrees of Master in History and Master in Political Science. He also obtained a Master's degree in Political Science from the University of Chile.
He has been a researcher at the Max-Planck-Institut für Ausländisches Öffentliches Recht und Völkerrecht, where he founded and directed the Colloquium of Ibero-American Studies, visiting researcher at the Ibero-Amerikanisches-Institut Preußischer Kulturbesitz in Berlin.
He has been a professor of the Master in Government and Society at the Alberto Hurtado Jesuit University and a Professor at the University of Communication Sciences.
He joined the Christian Democratic Youth of Chile at the age of 17, and was president of the students of the Universidad de la Frontera in Temuco. [ 1 ] He is a national advisor to the party and close to figures such as Gutenberg Martínez and Soledad Alvear. [ 3 ]
For five years, he was political secretary to former President Patricio Aylwin .
During Bachelet's first government in 2008, he was appointed as Governor of the province of Cautín, a position he resigned the same year in order to run for Congress in the following elections for District 52. [ 4 ] He obtained 8988 votes, leaving fourth place and not being elected.
In 2014, he entered the second Bachelet administration as an advisor to the Ministry of the Interior on indigenous matters. [ 5 ] He was appointed on August 25, 2015 as Mayor of the Araucanía Region, replacing Francisco Huenchumilla , and in the midst of a mobilization of the truckers' union that protested against violence in the Region. [ 6 ] He left office in November 2016 to be able to compete in the 2017 parliamentary elections, [ 7 ] in which he lost again.
2009 parliamentary elections
- 2009 parliamentary elections , deputy for District 52 ( Cunco , Curarrehue , Gorbea , Loncoche , Pucon , Toltén and Villarrica ) [ 8 ]
|Fernando Meza Moncada||Concertación and Together We Can for More Democracy||PRSD||22.116||32,72||Deputy|
|René Manuel Garcia Garcia||Coalition for Change||RN||20.726||30,66||Deputy|
|Erwin Gudenschwager Jiménez||Coalition for Change||UDI||10.686||15,81|
|Andrés Jouannet Valderrama||Concertación and Together We Can for More Democracy||PDC||8.988||13,30|
|Patricia Mena Vera||Clean Chile. Vote Happy||PRI||2.195||3,25|
|Sergio Mora Hernandez||New Majority for Chile||ILC||1.427||2,11|
|Francisco Painevilo Lincoñir||Clean Chile. Vote Happy||PRI||782||1,16|
|Eladio Candia Gajardo||New Majority for Chile||PH||671||0,99|
2017 parliamentary elections
- Parliamentary elections of 2017 to Deputies for the 23rd district ( Carahue , Cholchol , Cunco , Curarrehue , Freire , Gorbea , Loncoche , Nueva Imperial , Padre Las Casas , Pitrufquén , Pucón , Saavedra , Temuco , Teodoro Schmidt , Toltén and Villarrica ) [ 9 ]
|René Saffirio Espinoza||Independent||IND||38.469||17.1||Deputy|
|Andrés Molina Magofke||Chile Come on||EVO||23.903||10.7||Deputy|
|René Manuel Garcia Garcia||Chile Come on||RN||23.079||10.3||Deputy|
|Ricardo Celis Araya||The Force of the Majority||PPD||16.325||7.3||Deputy|
|José Montalva Fire Hook||The Force of the Majority||PPD||13.737||6.1|
|Miguel Mellado Suazo placeholder image||Chile Come on||RN||13.701||6.1||Deputy|
|Fernando Meza Moncada||The Force of the Majority||PRSD||13.632||6.1||Deputy|
|Henry Leal Bizama||Chile Come on||UDI||11.610||5.3|
|Andrés Jouannet Valderrama||Democratic Convergence||PDC||8.152||3.6|
|Sebastian Alvarez Ramirez||Chile Come on||EVO||5.313||2.4||Deputy|
|Felipe Valdebenito Leiva||Wide Front||PH||5.313||2.4|
|Mario Gonzalez Rebolledo||The Force of the Majority||PRSD||4.641||2.1|
- "Jouannet, close to Gutenberg Martínez, assumes the task of improving ties with Congress" . Economy and business. August 26, 2015 . Retrieved August 26, 2015 .
- «Get to know the profile of Andrés Jouannet, the new mayor of La Araucanía» . SoyChile.cl. August 25, 2015 . Retrieved August 26, 2015 .
- «The close ties of the new Mayor of La Araucanía with the Martínez-Alvear duo» . The counter. August 25, 2015 . Retrieved August 26, 2015 .
- «Former Governor Andrés Jouannet with Minister of the Interior» . Austral de Temuco. August 20, 2009 . Retrieved August 26, 2015 .
- «New mayor of La Araucanía is from the area and close to Martínez and Alvear in DC» . Third. August 25, 2015 . Retrieved August 27, 2015 .
- "Ministry of the Interior requested the resignation of mayor of La Araucanía, Francisco Huenchumilla" . Third. August 25, 2015. Archived from the original on September 10, 2015 . Retrieved August 27, 2015 .
- «Mayor of La Araucanía, Andrés Jouannet, resigns from office to assume parliamentary candidacy» . Third. November 11, 2016 . Retrieved December 20, 2016 .
- Voting candidates by District 52, deputies 2009
- Emol.com, Team. «Results of the 2017 Presidential, Parliamentary and Cores Elections in Chile - Special from Emol.com» . www.emol.com . Retrieved November 30, 2017 .