Ignacio Torres (politician)

Ignacio Agustín “Nacho” Torres (born 4 May 1988) is an Argentine politician, currently serving as National Deputy representing Chubut Province. A member of Republican Proposal, Torres was elected in 2019. In 2021, he was elected to the Senate for Chubut.

Argentine politician

Ignacio Torres
National Senator
Assumed office
10 December 2021
Constituency Chubut
National Deputy
In office
10 December 2019  10 December 2021
Constituency Chubut
Personal details
Born
Ignacio Agustín Torres

(1988-05-04) 4 May 1988 (age 33)
Trelew, Argentina

Political party Republican Proposal
Other political
affiliations
Juntos por el Cambio(2015–present)
Alma mater Argentine University of Enterprise

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Torres was born on 4 May 1988 in Trelew, Chubut Province. He grew up in the Los Olmos neighbourhood of Trelew, and studied at Escuela 199 and Escuela 712.[1] He counts with a degree (2012) on administrative analysis and a licenciate degree (2013) on business administration from the Argentine University of Enterprise (UADE).[2]

In 2015, he became president of the Chubut chapter of Fundación Pensar, the official think tank of Republican Proposal (PRO); he held the position until 2020. In 2015, he was also appointed executive director of the Chubut PAMI, a position he held until 2017.[3] From March to December 2019, he was coordinator of the Patagonian Development Table of the Interior Ministry, under then-minister Rogelio Frigerio.[2]

In the 2019 legislative election, Torres ran in the Juntos por el Cambio list (of which PRO formed part) to the Chamber of Deputies in Chubut as the first candidate.[4] Torres’ list came second in the general election, with 32.29% of the vote against the Frente de Todos‘ 53.45%, enough for Torres to be elected.[5] He was sworn in on 4 December 2019. Upon being sworn in, he became the youngest deputy in Congress, at 31 years old.[1]

As a deputy, Torres formed part of the parliamentary commissions on Transport, Regional Economies and Development, Elderly People, Consumer Rights and Competition, Tax Norms, and Maritime Interests.[2] He was an opponent of the 2020 Voluntary Interruption of Pregnancy bill, which legalized abortion in Argentina.[6]

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