Nuria Sparch will be the new Defense Minister

According to sources from La República, Nuria Esparch Fernandez will become the new head of the Ministry of Defense of the transitional government of Francisco Sagasti, who assumed the Presidency last Tuesday, November 17.

On Esparch Fernandez It is known that she is a lawyer from the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (PUCP) and has a master’s degree in Public Administration from the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs of the University of Syracuse, in the United States.

It was Chief of Staff of the Vice Minister of the Interior and also served as deputy minister of Defense Resources of the Ministry of Defense. Likewise, she has held positions of General Secretary of the Ministries of Agriculture, Labor and Employment Promotion, as well as that of Women and Social Development.

According to the profile provided by the Transparency civil association, the last position in the State of Nuria Esparch was that of executive president of the National Civil Service Authority (To serve).

“She has been a speaker on issues related to defense, civil services and human resources in various countries in the last 10 years and currently teaches Comparative Public Management in the undergraduate degree at the UPC, a subject that reviews the functioning and internal rationality of the State from administrative systems ”, he indicates.

It also highlights that the who will be the new Defense Minister was decorated on numerous occasions by the Armed Forces of Peru, “with the highest distinctions that civilians receive “.

Other names of ministers

Likewise, the Republic was able to learn that the constitutional lawyer Violeta Bermúdez will be the new premier of the government of Francisco Sagasti. They will accompany her Rubén Vargas and Ricardo Cuenca as heads of the Interior and Education, respectively. In addition, Alejandro Neyra remains in the Ministry of Culture, while Eduardo Vega will take the Justice portfolio.

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