Gobierno de Chiapas

Juan Sabines Guerrero, Constitutional Governor of the State of Chiapas for the period 2006-2012, has a degree in Political Science and Public Management from Universidad Iberoamericana, with additional degrees in Foreign Relations by UNAM, Public Finance from Berkeley, City Management and Social Doctrine from the Church, among other titles. He was postulated to governor of Chiapas by Coalición por el Bien de Todos, formed by a coalition between PRD, PT and Convergencia, becoming Constitutional Governor of Chiapas on December 8, 2006. Governor Lic. Juan Sabines Guerrero (961) 88050 ext. 21121 Employment (961) 1476278 secretaria@trabajo.chiapas.gob.mx Environment and Housing (961) 6187900 semavi@chiapas.gob.mx Social Development (961) 6171040 yvazquez@sds.chiapas.gob.mx Tourism and Foreign Relations (961) 6170550 jcalymayor@turismochiapas.gob.mx Health (961) 6189250 jamesgomezm@salud.chiapas.gob.mx Source: Gobierno del Estado de Chiapas

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