Vasco Cordeiro Biography
Vasco Ilídio Alves Cordeiro (born 28 March 1973) is a Portuguese politician, currently serving as President of the Regional Government of the Azores since 6 November 2012, following his party’s victory on the 2012 Azores regional election.
Vasco Cordeiro is a famous Politician, who was born on March 28, 1973 in Portugal.
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He continued his interest in music, even as he studied law in the Faculty of Law, at the University of Coimbra, where became part of the Grupo de Fados de Coimbra Alta Medina (Alta Medina Fado Group of Coimbra). “That experience marked me clearly…it was one of my more memorable moments of this period”, when he interpreted the Balada da Despedida during the annual Queima das Fitas (1990–1995). “I remember being at the gate of the Old Sé, with the square crammed with people, waiting for my group to perform, and thinking of the path that I took to that moment.”
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Vasco Cordeiro is one of the richest Politician. is listed on Richest Politician. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Vasco Cordeiro net worth is approximately $1.5 Million.
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It was during his inter-island campaigning that he met Paula Cristina, a senior member of the cabin crew of SATA Air Açores, whom he later married in 2008. They have two children, Tomás, born in 2010 and António, born in 2013.
With a post-graduate degree in Regional Law (achieved through a partnership between the University of the Azores and the Faculty of Law, at the University of Lisbon), Vasco served as legal counsel for the Associação de Jovens Agricultores Micaelenses (São Miguel Association of Agricultural Youth) between 1998 and 2001. He completed a dissertation on the A Dissolução dos Órgãos de Governo Próprio das Regiões Autónomas (The Dissolution of Government Bodies in the Autonomous Regions) (1998), before beginning an internship with the Portuguese Order of Lawyers, producing a dissertation on Breves Notas sobre a Deontologia Profissional do Advogado (Brief Notes on the Profession Ethics of Lawyers). He continued his legal practice between 1995 and 2003, supplementing it with teaching 11th Grade Philosophy at the Escola Secundária Antero de Quental (Antero de Quental Secondary School), in Ponta Delgada.
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He returned to the Azores in 1995, and began to practice law, while at the same time beginning his role in the Juventude Socialista (Socialist Youth). He campaigned door-to-door in 1996, where he quickly built an empathy with the people, “transmitting a sense of security and happiness” stating José Medeiros Ferreira, an ex-Minister of Foreign Affairs in the government of Mário Soares.
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Meanwhile, he became the president of the JS-A (Juventude Socialista Açoriano) between 1997 and 1999, assuming in 1996 a place in the Regional Legislature of the Azores. He led the PS in the assembly from November 2000 until December 2003. At this date he abandoned his work as legal counsel and substituted Ricardo Rodrigues, who resigned following the Farfalha scandal, in the Secretary of Agriculture and Fishing. The following year, he exercised the functions of Regional Secretary for the Presidency, during the 9th Regional Government of the Azores, and responsible for the Economy portfolio during the fourth government of Carlos César.
In the 2012 regional election, he was elected with more votes and deputies then his predecessor in 1996, when the PS defeated the 20-year Social Democratic government of Mota Amaral. Campaigning against the PSD-Açores during the 2012 stated, “the PSD advocates a change of policy in the region, but could not change their policies or politicians in recent decades”. “I was a young student and Berta Cabral [PSD leader] rode through the administrative counsels of the public businesses and positions in the regional government”, noting that his candidature marked “that a new generation of Azoreans responding to the present and moving to the front of the line in this combat for the Azores”.