Elías Jaua Politician
Elías José Jaua Milano (born 1969) is a Venezuelan politician and former university professor who has been Vice-President of Venezuela since January 2010. Jaua obtained a Sociology degree from the Central University of Venezuela. In 2000 he was part of the Comisión Legislativa Nacional and Minister of the Secretaría de la Presidencia from 2000 to 2001. He was nominated as Venezuelan Ambassador to Argentina in 2002; Jaua served as Minister of Agriculture in President Hugo Chávez's government before being appointed as Vice-President in January 2010, while remaining Minister of Agriculture. On the 15th of December 2011, following a major reshuffle of the Venezuelan political leadership, President Chavez proposed Jaua to be the PSUV candidate for governor of the state of Miranda (reported in El Universal).
|Date of birth|
|December 17th, 1969|
1. Central University of Venezuela Colleges/University
The Central University of Venezuela (or Universidad Central de Venezuela in Spanish) is a premier public University of Venezuela located in Caracas. Founded in 1721, it is the oldest university in Venezuela and one of the oldest in the Western Hemisphere .
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Institution social analysis
People attended Central University of Venezuela connected by profession and/or age
United Socialist Party of Venezuela
Official web page
The United Socialist Party of Venezuela is a socialist political party in Venezuela which resulted from the fusion of some of the political and social forces that support the Bolivarian Revolution led by the late President Hugo Chávez. It is the largest left-wing party in the Western Hemisphere. It has approximately 5.7 million members as of 2007. PSUV held primary elections on 2 May 2010 for candidates to the National Assembly election in September, with 2,568,090 members voting.
Goverment positions 1
Vice President of Venezuela
Executive Vice President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela is the second highest political position in the government of Venezuela. Vice President is the most direct collaborator of the President of the Republic according to the Constitution. Position of Vice President appeared in the Constitution of 1830 until the Constitution of 1858, and once again in the Constitution of 1999. Vice President is the first in line to the succession of the President of Venezuela, when President is unable to fulfill the duties of office in the exceptional cases established in the Article 233 and 234 of the National Constitution. Executive Vice President is appointed and removed by the President. Vice President can also be removed with more than two-thirds of the votes in National Assembly. If the National Assembly removes three Vice Presidents from office during a six-year presidential term, the President is authorized to dissolve the Parliament. Former Vice Presidents Andrés Navarte, Carlos Soublette, Diosdado Cabello and Nicolás Maduro were all once acting Presidents of Venezuela. Soublette and Maduro were also later elected as President.