Calderon Sol

Calderon Sol


n.
Armando, born 1949, president of El Salvador since 1994.
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Armando Calderon Sol of the ARENA party led the vote, but needed to win a run-off to achieve the presidency.
The embassy used the occasion to reunite the subjects of one of the exhibit photos, Secretary Clinton and former Salvadoran First Lady Elizabeth de Calderon Sol, who were photographed together in 1998 when they met as first ladies.
Since then, it has selected ex-President Armando Calderon Sol (1994-2000).
Acosta was former interior minister during the administration of President Armando Calderon Sol (1994-1998).
Trade Leader of the Year: Armando Calderon Sol, former president of El Salvador, who helped liberalize the nation's economy and negotiate the historic peace accord that ended a 12-year civil war.
Former Salvadoran President Armando Calderon Sol on making Latin countries competitive in the new world market.
Administration officials said the president did not respond to a proposal by El Salvador President Armando Calderon Sol that he seek an amnesty proposed for some of the immigrants from this region.
According to Paul Collier, Identix's Director of Government Sales for the IT Security Division, President Armando Calderon Sol was the first Salvadoran driver to enroll using Identix/Identicator's finger biometric software and optical readers.
In 1998, former president Armando Calderon Sol (1994-1999) tried to resolve the problem by offering protestors a US$34 monthly pension.
Armando Calderon Sol chucks old-line politics for pragmatic economic policies.
Edgar Quintana, president of the Nicaraguan national utility, Empresa Nicaraguense de Electricidad (ENEL); Armando Calderon Sol, president of El Salvador; and representatives from the three companies.
9 showed that country's president, Armando Calderon Sol, kneeling to kiss the pontiffs ring Meanwhile, church officials there, including the new archbishop, Fernando Saenz Lacalle, a Spaniard and member of Opus Dei, prevented the pope's portrayal in photos that would give any recognition' to insurgents or dissidents or remind the world of the government's lawlessness and savagery.