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Severo Colberg Ramírez

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Severo E. Colberg Ramírez (1924−1990) was a Puerto Rican politician. He served as a member of the Puerto Rico House of Representatives, and was the Speaker from 1982 to 1985. He was affiliated to the Popular Democratic Party (PPD). Severo Colberg Ramírez was born on 1924 in Cabo Rojo. He received his Bachelor's degree in Social Science from the University of Puerto Rico, and his Master's degree in Public Administration from Harvard University. He worked at the University of Puerto Rico as an aide to the Dean of Administration, and as a professor and director at the Graduate School of Public Administration. Colberg was first elected to the Puerto Rico House of Representatives in 1964. He remained in that position until 1968. In 1969, he went on to occupy a seat in the Senate of Puerto Rico, filling a vacancy left by Rafael Durand Manzanal. That same year, he served as Secretary of the Senate and presided the Commission of Treasury until 1972. In 1972, he ran again for the House of Representatives at the general election. After being elected, he served as President pro tempore of the House. He was again reelected at the 1976 general elections, and was appointed as Minority Speaker  ( Wikipedia article )

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Personal facts

Date of birth
1924
Place of birth
Cabo Rojo
Children
Severo Colberg Toro Jorge Colberg Toro

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