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Rodrigo López Molina

Rodrigo López Molina
City councilor of Rosario
Assumed office
December 10, 2017
Provincial Deputy of Santa Fe
In office
December 10, 2015 – December 10, 2017
City councilor of Rosario
In office
December 10, 2011 – December 10, 2015
Personal details
Born (1985-07-25) July 25, 1985 (age 38)
Rosario, Santa Fe Province
Political partyRepublican Proposal Cambiemos
ChildrenSol María
Parent(s)Marta and Rodolfo López Molina
Residence(s)Rosario, Santa Fe Province
Alma materPontifical Catholic University of Argentina
OccupationPolitician
ProfessionAttorney and public notary
AwardsTOYP (2015), (2017)
Websitehttp://www.roylopezmolina.com.ar

Rodrigo Manuel “Roy” López Molina[1] (born July 25, 1985 in Rosario, Santa Fe), is an argentine politician, attorney and public notary of the Republican Proposal Party who has been City councilor of the Rosario, Santa Fe since 2017.[2] Before being elected City councilor, he was Provincial Deputy of Province of Santa Fe from 2015 to 2017 and City councilor of Rosario from 2011 to 2015.

Early life and education

López Molina was born and raised in Rosario, Santa Fe Province. In 1988 he attended high school at the Sacred Heart College, where he began his political militancy through catholic youth work and participation in social labors and beneficent activities in poor neighborhoods from Rosario.[3]

He received a bachelor's degree in law from the Pontifical Catholic University of Argentina, in 2008. He completed a Master's degree in economics and law in the University of Buenos Aires, in 2018.[4]

Political career

In 2007 he joined and began his participation in Republican Proposal, where he was appointed as secretary of the local political party.[5]

Municipal

He was candidate for councilor of the city of Rosario for the alliance Unión PRO Federal, being elected by 111,437 votes, in 2011 Argentine provincial elections.[6] In the same year he has named president of the legislative block of councilors of Unión Pro Federal.

In 2017 he headed the list of candidates for councilors of the city of Rosario for the political coalition Cambiemos, being elected for the second time as councilman of this city by 206.994 votes, in 2017 Argentine provincial elections, representing 37% of the total of votes.[7] This electoral result positioned this political force first for the first time in local elections, with López Molina being the most voted candidate.[8][9]

At a press conference held in March 2019 in the Larrea neighborhood of Rosario, he officially launched his pre-candidacy for mayor through the Vamos Juntos list for the 2019 provincial elections of argentina.[10]

On April 28, 2019 in the elections primary, open, simultaneous and compulsory (PASO) held in the city of Rosario, López Molina won the first place within the coalition's internal Cambiemos defeating Jorge Boasso, thus remaining the sole candidate for mayor of this political force.[11]

Provincial

After his four-year term as councilor, he headed the list of candidates for provincial deputies for province of Santa Fe for the alliance Unión PRO Federal. He was elected by 340,772 votes, in 2015 argentine provincial elections,[12] getting 10 seats for the first time for this political force.[13]

He received the TOYP Santa Fe Award in 2015 and 2017 in the "Political, Legal or Government Affairs" category. This award is part of an annual international program of the Junior Chamber International that gives a formal recognition to ten people between 18 and 40 years of age who stand out for their excellence in their fields of work, for their personal achievements, for their community work and contribution to society.[14]

Legislative work

His legislative management as city councilor of Rosario in his first and second mandate focused on the sanction of ordinances and norms related to the economic freedom,[15] the participation of neighbors in matters of public interest,[16][17] innovation solutions for the problems of the city,[18] the guarantees of criminal procedure[19][20] and the prosecution of serious crimes such as the money laundering.[21]

He is currently the political delegate of his party at the local level where he makes arrangements through national ministries corresponding to the Ministries of the Argentine Republic by the president of the republic, engineer Mauricio Macri.[22][23]

Esperanto

In 2013, people near the dance disco "Esperanto Rosario"[24] achieved its final closure thanks to the complaint filed by López Molina. He took the representation of the neighbors of the aforementioned company before the public bodies, proving that the financing funds came from a dubious legal source, presumably drug trafficking.[25]

Through a project elaborated by López Molina and approved by the congress of the province of Santa Fe, was defined the way in which people with knowledge in the subject of trials of social interest can appear before the court to bring opinions and provide ideas to resolve the case. This civil law bill was called "Friend of the Court" or "AMICUSCURIAE".[26]

Los Monos

In 2015 Lopez Molina made the request for annulment of the shortened trial to the criminal gang "Los Monos",[27][28] for which it was intended to leave in unclear circumstances the submission to criminal proceedings of the recognized leaders of the same before the wave of miscellaneous crimes, which led to homicide, which are attributed to it.[29]

Through a project elaborated by López Molina and approved by the congress of the province of Santa Fe, the treatment that the criminal procedure code provides to the abbreviated processes was modified (Law n. 127345), establishing new guidelines and limitations to the judges to avoid their abusive use and in causes socially sensitive.[30]

References

  1. ^ "Who am I?". Roy López Molina official website (in European Spanish). Retrieved May 6, 2019. Biography
  2. ^ "Legislative profile of Councilman Roy López Molina". Vasallo Palace is the seat of the Legislative Branch of the municipal government of Rosario (in European Spanish). Retrieved May 6, 2019. Official government website
  3. ^ "Official record of graduates of the school". Colegio del Sagrado Corazón (Rosario) (in European Spanish). Retrieved May 6, 2019. Official academic website
  4. ^ "Official yearbook 2013" (PDF). Rosario's economic and social council (in European Spanish). Retrieved May 6, 2019. Official government website
  5. ^ "Verified information of the profile of Roy López Molina". N.G.O. Citizen Exercise Foundation (in European Spanish). Retrieved May 7, 2019.
  6. ^ "Official scrutiny of the 2011 elections". Governmental site of the Electoral Tribunal of the province of Santa Fe (in European Spanish). Retrieved May 6, 2019. File in XLS format to download
  7. ^ "Official scrutiny of the 2017 elections" (PDF). Governmental site of the Electoral Tribunal of the province of Santa Fe. (in European Spanish). Retrieved May 6, 2019. File in pdf format to download.
  8. ^ "Cambiemos obtained a resounding victory for councilors in Rosario". La Capital (in European Spanish). Retrieved May 6, 2019.
  9. ^ "A resounding victory for López Molina in Rosario: he took more than 16 points from the Justicialist Front". La Capital (in European Spanish). Retrieved May 6, 2019.
  10. ^ "Roy López Molina, candidate for mayor of Rosario". Infobae (in European Spanish). Retrieved May 6, 2019.
  11. ^ "López Molina praised the victory in the internal one: "With Boasso we are going to work together in a new city model"". Rosario Nuestro (in European Spanish). Retrieved May 6, 2019.
  12. ^ "Official scrutiny of the 2015 elections" (PDF). Governmental site of the Electoral Tribunal of the province of Santa Fe. (in European Spanish). Retrieved May 6, 2019. File in pdf format to download.
  13. ^ "Santa Fe: Pro asks to review 140 thousand votes that were not loaded in the provisional scrutiny". La Nación (in European Spanish). Retrieved May 6, 2019. Union Pro Federal obtains 10 Provincial Deputies.
  14. ^ "They awarded outstanding young Santafesinos". Federation of Trade and Industry of Rosario. (in European Spanish). Retrieved May 6, 2019.
  15. ^ "López Molina: The Council approved the reduction of the municipal rate on gas bills". La Capital (in European Spanish). Retrieved May 6, 2019.
  16. ^ "A private picdrome with state control would be a response to many people from Rosario". La Capital (in European Spanish). Retrieved May 6, 2019.
  17. ^ "They want to give more power to the neighbor to regulate bars and clubs". La Capital (in European Spanish). Retrieved May 6, 2019.
  18. ^ "López Molina presented the Innovative City Plan". La Capital (in European Spanish). Retrieved May 6, 2019.
  19. ^ "López Molina: It's time to put a brake on the tightening of car care in Rosario". La Capital (in European Spanish). Retrieved May 6, 2019.
  20. ^ "López Molina presented his plan on safety". La Capital (in European Spanish). Retrieved May 6, 2019.
  21. ^ "Economic and financial control when money laundering is presumed". La Capital (in European Spanish). Retrieved May 6, 2019.
  22. ^ "Roy López Molina highlighted advances to urbanize Villa Banana". La Capital (in European Spanish). Retrieved May 6, 2019.
  23. ^ "Nación is investing 120 million in the Technological Pole of the UNR". On 24 (in European Spanish). Retrieved May 6, 2019.
  24. ^ "A trip at night in "Esperanto"". La Capital (in European Spanish). Retrieved May 8, 2019.
  25. ^ "Councilors of the PRO denounce that 'Esperanto began to run the veil of the plot'". La Capital (in European Spanish). Retrieved May 6, 2019.
  26. ^ "Friend of the Court: citizen participation in Justice" (PDF). Roy López Molina official website (in European Spanish). Retrieved May 6, 2019. Official document of the procedural law project. File in pdf format to download.
  27. ^ "Los Monos, the gang that built its drug business with death". La Nación (in European Spanish). Retrieved May 8, 2019.
  28. ^ "Los Monos, the gang that installed terror in Rosario and smiled at the sentences". Clarín (in European Spanish). Retrieved May 8, 2019.
  29. ^ "Monkeys: López Molina insists with the nullity of the brief trial". El ciudadano y la región (in European Spanish). Retrieved May 6, 2019.
  30. ^ "New requirements for shortened judgments" (PDF). Roy López Molina official website (in European Spanish). Retrieved May 6, 2019. Official document of the procedural law project. File in pdf format to download.
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