Jose Manuel Gonzalez is vying for the gubernatorial seat as the governor of Guarico. He has several parties that are rallying behind him. He is also an agricultural businessman and was the previous president of the FEDECAMARAS and the current deputy of the national assembly of the state of Guarico. Jose Manuel Gonzalez is the only person n the country that offers the state of two independent and successive experiences to serving the public from the two different angles that are yet again complementary in nature. He is an active entrepreneur that politics as borrowed to have itself shaped.
He says that in his opinion he is tired of looking for false messiahs in the name of politicians. We, as a country are also tired of the political affiliations and parties as well as the sole owners through which the country was created to such a point where the charges are divided. The people want the national assembly to be won to them no matter which party they are n. But on numerous occasions, the party interests that cloud that overshadows the interests of the country are not always represented by the suitable. This is the reason why the chances of a successful management as well as a government and the eventual administration. It should be heard clear and loud that t is not the people that are strong and very active in politics are very suitable for the positions, but the people that have the heart and a proven record are supposed to lead the people.
Manuel hates to say that under the keen and accurate analysis, the Lara state candidates where they were denied in the primaries, Eduardo Gomez was voted by Henry, who had the decision of the candidates as decided in their hands. Despite the unsurpassed performance, this was done. These votes are the many things and qualifications that the government practices they have the same authorization as well as force.
Jose Manuel Gonzalez is a Ph.D holder in economics from the University of Columbia. He has served in numerous positions as an advisor in economics including, IMF, European Union, and the World Bank. He is an also a professor of economics.