Alberto Ángel Fernández, who was born on April 2, 1959, is an Argentine politician, lawyer, and professor. He has been president of Argentina since 2019.
Fernández was born in Buenos Aires and went to the University of Buenos Aires, where he got his law degree at age 24. He went on to teach criminal law. As a consultant to the Deliberative Council of Buenos Aires and the Argentine Chamber of Deputies, he started working for the government.
In 2003, he was named Chief of the Cabinet of Ministers. He held this position for the whole time that Néstor Kirchner was president and for the first few months that Cristina Fernández de Kirchner was president.
Fernández was the Justicialist Party’s candidate for the 2019 Argentine general election. He was a member of the Peronist faction on the center-left, and he beat the current president, Mauricio Macri, with 48% of the vote.
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During his time in office, the COVID-19 pandemic in Argentina took up most of his time. To stop the disease from spreading, he put the country on lockdown.
In his first few months as president, he had problems with Brazil’s president, Jair Bolsonaro, which hurt Argentine relations with Brazil.
After the 2019 general election in Bolivia, Fernández questioned the Organization of American States’ decision that Evo Morales’ reelection was not legitimate because of election fraud. He also gave Morales asylum in Argentina from December 2019 to November 2020.
Alberto Ángel Fernández Early Life and Career
Fernández, the son of Celia Pérez and her first husband, was born in Buenos Aires. After they broke up, Celia, who was the sister of Juan Domingo Perón’s personal photographer, married Judge Carlos Pelagio Galndez, who was the son of a Senator from the Radical Civic Union. Alberto Fernández barely knew his real father, so he thinks of Pelagio as his real dad.
Alberto Fernández went to the Law School at the University of Buenos Aires. He got his degree at age 24 and then went on to teach criminal law. As a consultant to the Deliberative Council of Buenos Aires and the Argentine Chamber of Deputies, he started working for the government. He became the Deputy Director of Legal Affairs for the Ministry of the Economy.
In this role, he was in charge of negotiations for Argentina at the GATT Uruguay Round. Fernández was named Superintendent of Insurance by newly elected President Carlos Menem. From 1989 to 1992, he was President of the Latin American Insurance Managers’ Association and helped start the Insurance Managers International Association.
He also advised Mercosur and ALADI on insurance law and worked in the private sector with insurance and health services companies. Fernández was named one of Argentina’s Ten Outstanding Young People in 1992, and the country’s Businessmen of the Century gave him the Millennium Award.
During this time, he became close to Eduardo Duhalde, who used to be the governor of the province of Buenos Aires. He was elected to the Buenos Aires City Legislature on June 7, 2000, as a member of the conservative Action for the Republic party, which was led at the time by former Economy Minister Domingo Cavallo.
Alberto Ángel Fernández Pre-presidency
He was named head of the Justicialist Party chapter in Buenos Aires, but he didn’t do much for Front for Victory campaigns for Congress in 2009. Fernández seriously thought about running for president in 2011 as a candidate for the Justicialist Party.
In the end, though, he voted for President Cristina Kirchner’s re-election. He was the campaign manager for Sergio Massa’s run for president in 2015.
Argentine President Alberto Angel Fernandez followed the World Cup final match with his family at home instead of going overseas to Qatar, in his country in economic crisis.
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Alberto Ángel Fernández Personal life
Fernández got married to Marcela Luchetti, who was also a law student at the University of Buenos Aires, in 1993. In 2005, they broke up. Fernández and Luchetti have one child together. Her name is Tani Fernández Luchetti, and she was born in 1994.
In Argentina, she is known as Dyhzy, a drag performer and cosplayer. Since 2014, Fernández has been dating journalist and stage actress Fabiola Yáez. Since Fernández became president, Yáez has been Argentina’s First Lady.
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The couple has three dogs: Dylan, who was named after Bob Dylan because Fernández has said that he is an inspiration, and his two puppies, Prócer and Kaila. On September 23, 2021, the medical unit of the White House said that Yáez was going to have her first child.
On April 11, 2022, at Sanatorio Otamendi in Buenos Aires, Yáez and Fernández welcomed their first child, a son named Francisco Fernández Yáez. Fernández is also a professor at Tsinghua University as an Honorary Professor. Fernández is a fan of the football team Argentinos Juniors.
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