Participating Members

Alejandro Toledo

President of Peru
(2001-2006)

Alejandro Toledo formed and led in 1996 a democratic coalition in the streets of Peru which resulted in the end of Alberto Fujimori’s autocratic regime. Alejandro Toledo won the new elections of May 2001 and became President of Peru. His presidency ended in July 2006. He ran unsuccessfully for a second presidential term in 2011. Doctor Toledo combines his political career with his active commitment to the promotion of the Global Center for Development and Democracy, of which he is both Founder and President. The central concern of the Center is the study of the interrelationship between poverty- inequality and the future of democratic governance.

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