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Jorge Omar Sobisch (Buenos Aires, 16 de enero de 1943) es un político y tres veces gobernador de la Provincia de Neuquén. Técnico gráfico de profesión; se presentó como candidato a Presidente en las Elecciones presidenciales de 2007 en Argentina, junto al candidato a vicepresidente Jorge Asís. Su fórmula reunió 284.161 votos, que conformaron el 1,56%, quedando así en el sexto lugar.

 

Trayectoria política

En 1983, el Movimiento Popular Neuquino (MPN) ganó las elecciones de la capital provincial. En 1991, luego de un feroz enfrentamiento con los caudillos del partido provincial gana la interna partidaria para candidato a gobernador y la elección general le da el mandato para gobernar Neuquén hasta 1995.

 

En 1999 vuelve a ganar la interna del MPN y la general para gobernar la Provincia hasta 2003 y se presenta a una reelección que gana y lo habilitó a gobernar Neuquén hasta el 2007.

 

A su vez, se convierte en el presidente del MPN. En febrero de 2006, luego de triunfar en las elecciones legislativas de 2005, asume el cargo de Presidente de la Convención Constituyente, encargada de reformar la Constitución provincial. En el año 2010 logra nuevamente ganar las elecciones partidarias en el MPN convirtiendose nuevamente en presidente del partido derrotando a la lista Celeste del diputado Nacional Jose Brillo.

 

En el año 2009 Sobisch sufrió la perdida de su esposa, la señora Liliana Planas, al caer de un noveno piso de un edificio, por lo que se supone que fue un acto suicida.

 

Para las eleciones presindenciales 2007, Jorge Sobisch se acerca a la corriente interna del Partido Justicialista opuesta al ex presidente Néstor Kirchner, junto a dirigentes como Carlos Menem, Adolfo Rodríguez Saá o Alberto Rodríguez Saá pero no logró el apoyo de dichos dirigentes, por lo que se postuló por su cuenta junto a Jorge Asís. El resto del PJ disidente presentó la candidatura de Alberto Rodríguez Saá. El eslogan de campaña utilizado por Sobisch fue "100% preparado".

 

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Jorge Omar Sobisch (born January 16, 1943) is an Argentine centre-right politician, formerly governor of Neuquén Province. He leads the Neuquén People's Movement and was a candidate for President of Argentina in 2007.

 

Political career

Sobisch assisted his Peronist father in founding the Neuquén People's Movement in 1961, following him into politics. The party won the Neuquén city elections in 1983 after the return of democracy and Sobisch became mayor, taking took a leading role in renewing the party. He also led the Club Atlético Independiente football club from 1971.

 

Sobisch was elected governor of the province in 1991, serving until 1995. He took over the leadership of the party in 1997. He won again as governor in 1999 and 2003, with 57% of the vote, his term expiring in 2007 when he stepped down.

 

Sobisch led the founding of the Movement of the United Provinces, a new, conservative party, and was the movement's candidate for the Presidency in 2007. He had previously formed a centre-right alliance with Mauricio Macri, although it did not survive Macri's alliance with Ricardo López Murphy (who is not on good terms with Sobisch); López Murphy was a conservative presidential candidate in both 2003 and 2007.

 

Sobisch is also seen as an ally of former Justicialist Party President Carlos Menem and had hoped to become the candidate of those Peronists opposed to President Néstor Kirchner. Following a scandal in his home province, concerning the April 7 death of local teachers' union member Carlos Fuentealba (who was reportedly fired upon by provincial police during a protest despite being unarmed), Sobisch was largely shunned by disgruntled Peronists who mainly backed Alberto Rodríguez Saá. Sobisch was, however, backed by crime victims' rights activist Juan Carlos Blumberg.

 

In 2007, Sobisch and his running mate, Jorge Asís, gained 284,161 votes in the presidential elections, amounting to 1.56% of the national vote, in sixth place. His wife of 38 years, Liliana Pl. nas, died on December 22, 2009, after falling from their ninth story Neuquén apartment building, in what local coroners determined to be a suicide.

 

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February 19, 2013

updated: 2013-10-01

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