Carlos Romero Bonifaz

Carlos Gustavo Romero Bonifaz, (born 23 August 1966) is a Bolivian lawyer and politician who served as minister of government from 2012 to 2014 and from 2015 to 2019. A member of the Movement for Socialism, Romero previously served as minister of the presidency from 2011 to 2012, as minister of autonomies from 2009 to 2011, and as minister of rural development from 2008 to 2009. In 2014, he was elected Senator for Santa Cruz, a position he held briefly between January and May 2015.[1]

Carlos Romero Bonifaz
Minister of Government
In office
26 May 2015  10 November 2019
PresidentEvo Morales
Preceded byHugo Moldiz
Succeeded byArturo Murillo
In office
23 January 2012  15 July 2014
Preceded byWilfredo Chávez
Succeeded byJorge Pérez Valenzuela
Senator for Santa Cruz
In office
22 January 2015  26 May 2015
AlternateAdriana Salvatierra
Preceded byGabriela Montaño
Succeeded byAdriana Salvatierra
Minister of the Presidency
In office
14 June 2011  23 January 2012
PresidentEvo Morales
Preceded byÓscar Coca
Succeeded byJuan Ramón Quintana
Minister of Autonomies
In office
8 February 2009  14 June 2011
PresidentEvo Morales
Preceded byOffice established
Succeeded byClaudia Peña Claros
Minister of Rural Development, Agriculture, and Environment
In office
8 September 2008  8 February 2009
PresidentEvo Morales
Preceded bySusana Rivero Guzmán
Succeeded byJulia Ramos
as minister of rural development and lands
Personal details
Carlos Gustavo Romero Bonifaz

(1966-08-23) 23 August 1966 (age 56)
La Paz, Bolivia
Political partyMovement for Socialism
Parent(s)Carlos Romero Loria
Marina Bonifaz Ponce
EducationHigher University of San Andrés

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