Death of Senator Jaime Quintana’s daughter reported – Publimetro Chile

Death of Senator Jaime Quintana’s daughter reported – Publimetro Chile
Death of Senator Jaime Quintana’s daughter reported – Publimetro Chile

Through a statement, the Party for Democracy PPD of Araucanía announced on Sunday night the sensitive loss suffered by the president of the conglomerate, Jaime Quintana, after the death of his 20 year old daughter, Isidora Quintana Aguilera.

Although the causes of death are being kept confidential until now, they pointed out that there are no words to define such a sudden death.

“We comply with reporting the unfortunate physical loss of Isidora Ailén Quintana Aguilera, who in life was the daughter of our fellow president, Jaime Quintana Leal. The community of Angol deeply regrets the death of her, who was the daughter of our national president. “It is very difficult to find the right words in a moment as sad as the irreparable loss of a daughter,” they pointed out.

The daughter of the senator and Susana Aguilera Vega, Regional Director of Sernameg in La Araucanía, is laid to rest at the Perpetual Help Parish of Temuco and its Funerals will be held on Tuesday at the Parque Sendero cemetery in Temuco, CNN Chile reported.

Jaime Quintana’s career

He was born in Lautaro, on October 22, 1967. Son of Daniel Quintana Lizama and Blanca Nieves Leal Lizama. He married the sociologist Susana Aguilera, former mayor of Vilcún in two terms (2012-2016 and 2017-2021), and father of two daughters. He was born in Lautaro, on October 22, 1967. Son of Daniel Quintana Lizama and Blanca Nieves Leal Lizama. Married to sociologist Susana Aguilera, former mayor of Vilcún in two terms (2012-2016 and 2017-2021), and father of two daughters.

He began his career in politics in the 1980s during his school and university days, as a student leader linked to the Socialist Party. Later, he joined the Party for Democracy (PPD), where he has taken over as national leader.

In the 1997 elections he presented himself as a candidate for deputy, but was not elected, so he served as chief of staff of the Regional Administration of Araucanía, repeatedly assuming the functions of substitute Mayor.

In 1999, before running for Parliament, he joined the Special Commission to analyze the report of the Historical Truth and New Deal Commission and the proposals arising from the so-called Mapuche communal dialogues organized by MIDEPLAN based on the UNDP Human Development report.

On May 13, 2012, he participated in the internal elections of the Party for Democracy, representing the “Chile better from the left” list, which was the winner. On June 11, 2012, she formally assumed the presidency of the board of directors, until 2016.

 
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