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Hernando Molina Araújo

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Hernando César Molina Araújo (born August 28, 1961 in Valledupar) is a Colombian politician. Son of Hernando Molina Céspedes and Consuelo Araújo, he studied at the Colegio Nacional Loperena in Valledupar and later studied Law in the Antonio Nariño University, but dropped out. He declares himself a self-taught man. Molina was governor of the Colombian Department of Cesar for the period 2004–2007, a term which he did not complete due to his involvement in the Parapolitica scandal. he was called to testify on May 17, 2007 at the Office of the Attorney General of Colombia. Career
  • Manager of Electrocesar, an energy state-owned company
  • Valledupar city councilman
  • Municipality of Valledupar Finance Secretary
  • Colombian consul in Guatemala, Costa Rica, and Panama
  • Temporary Colombian ambassador to Costa Rica
  • Vallenato Legend Festival coordinator
  • Elected governor of the Cesar Department
Governorship 2006–2007 Colombian para-political scandal In 2003 Moli
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