Aguascalientes Government

Ing. Luis Armando Reynoso Femat, Constitutional Governor of the State of Aguascalientes 2004-2010, was born on August 1957 in the city of Aguascalientes. He graduated with a degree in Civil Engineering from Tecnológico de Monterrey, founded Grupo Inmobiliario Reynoso Femat, was vicepresident of Cámara Mexicana de la Indstruia de la Construcción, President of Aguascalientes Campestre Rotary Club and President of Asociación de Promotores Industriales de la Vivienda del Estado. He began to sympathize with Partido Acción Nacional in 1994 and became City President of Aguascalientes in 1999. In the year 2004 he became Constitutional Governor of the State of Aguascalientes focused on transforming the state into one that is more modern and fair.

The State of Aguascalientes is divided into the municipalities of Aguascalientes, Asientos, Calvillo, Cosío, El Llano, Jesús María, Pabellón, Rincón de Romos, San Francisco de los Romo, Tepezala and San José Gracia.

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9102800 ext. 7927

Source: Gobierno del Estado de Aguascalientes

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