Francisco Flores Pérez

Francisco Flores Pérez

President of El Salvador
Born Oct 17, 1959

Francisco Guillermo Flores Pérez is an ex president of El Salvador. He led the country from June 1 1999 until June 1 2004 as a member of the conservative Nationalist Republican Alliance (ARENA).

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Learn about the memorable moments in the evolution of Francisco Flores Pérez.


1959 Birth Born on October 17, 1959.


1989 29 Years Old He started his political career as a vice-minister for planning during Alfredo Cristiani's presidency in 1989.


1992 32 Years Old Later he served as a vice-minister of the Presidency, with functions as adviser of the head of state, and directed the plan of governmental action in accordance with the peace accords of January 1992 that ended fighting with the Farabundo Martí National Liberation Front (FMLN) guerilla group.
1994 34 Years Old In the elections of March 20, 1994, Flores was elected to the Legislative Assembly and the new president, Armando Calderón, made him Secretary of Information of the Presidency.
1997 37 Years Old In 1997, he was elected as the President of the Legislative Assembly. … Read More
1998 38 Years Old On March 29, 1998, ARENA announced Flores as their candidate at the presidential elections of the following year. … Read More
1999 39 Years Old At the age of 39 (the youngest chief executive of the continent at that time), Flores became the third consecutive president from ARENA by winning an outright majority on the elections in March 1999, and took office on July 1, 1999.


2001 41 Years Old He also had to deal with reconstruction efforts after two powerful earthquakes struck the country on January 13, 2001. … Read More
2004 44 Years Old 1 More Event
He served his five-year term, and was succeeded by another of member of his party, Antonio Saca, in July 2004. … Read More
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