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The Valentine of Latin American leaders

Next to a great politician, there is a great couple, these are the people who will spend February 14 with the leaders of the region.

President of Argentina and his wife Fabiola Yañez with the President of Chile.

These are the couples of the main Latin American leaders. / Photo: IG-fabiolaoficialok

LatinAmerican Post | Santiago Gómez Hernández

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One of the most anticipated dates for lovers is approaching, February 14, Valentine's Day, couples take the opportunity to spend time together. Although the pandemic does not allow much going out or romantic dates as we were used to before, creativity will have to be used. These are the couples of the main Latin American leaders :

Fabiola Andrea Yáñez

This Argentine journalist and actress is currently the first lady of her country, being a partner of President Alberto Fernández. She has been a partner of the president since 2014 and after Fernández took office, Yánez has dedicated herself to social work in favor of Argentine children and has also been an important piece in the implementation of policies related to Covid-19.

Lourdes Brígida Durán

The current wife of Luis Arce, Bolivian president, is the first lady of Bolivia after 14 years of absence from this position. From the position of the first lady, she is in charge of coordinating social plans and programs. Little is known about Durán, but it is known that he is a professional in economics, like her husband. During the government of former President Morales, Durán was Regional Deputy Manager of Banking, Companies and SMEs at Banco Unión.

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Michelle Bolsonaro

The wife of one of the most controversial leaders of recent times in Latin America is a Brazilian activist. She is the wife of Jair Bolsonaro since 2007 and whom she met when she worked as a parliamentary secretary in the Chamber of Deputies. This evangelical has taken the flags of the disabled and with rare diseases and is part of the Ministry of the Deaf and the Dumb of a Baptist church in the West Zone of Rio de Janeiro.

Maria Juliana Ruiz Sandoval

The current first lady of Colombia is a lawyer, with a Master of Laws with an Emphasis in International Business from the American University in Washington. Later he worked at the Organization of American States and at the Shaio Clinic in Colombia. Since 2003, she has been the wife of the current president of Colombia, Iván Duque, and from her position as the first lady, she has advanced various social policies and is also a National Goodwill Ambassador for the Sustainable Development Goal (ODS).

Gabriela Rodríguez de Bukele

The current first lady of El Salvador, is an educator, psychologist, ballet dancer, has a doctorate in Prenatal Psychology and for several years working as a parent and child therapist in a recognized private clinic. Accompanying the political life of her husband, Nayib Bukele, when he was mayor of San Salvador, Rodríguez promoted the creation of the first Secretary of Culture and the San Salvador Ballet; In addition, he was head of the Municipal Secretariat for Women.

Beatriz Gutierrez Müller

The case of Beatriz Gutierrez is different from the rest of this list. This Mexican writer and journalist is AMLO's wife, but since her husband's presidency, she resigned from the figure of First Lady. She worked as a journalist for El Universal and between 2001 and 2002 she was director of Difusión in the government of Mexico City while Andrés Manuel López Obrador was in charge as Head of the government of Mexico City, at which time they met. Since the presidency of López Obrador, Guiérrez has participated in the National Coordination of Historical and Cultural Memory of Mexico.