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Eduardo Valdés was born on 16 February, 1959 in Córdoba, Argentina, is a politician. Discover Eduardo Valdés's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 64 years old?

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Age 65 years old
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
Born 16 February, 1959
Birthday 16 February
Birthplace Córdoba, Argentina
Nationality Argentina

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In 2021, Valdés caused controversy when it was revealed he had been vaccinated against COVID-19 under improper conditions, suggesting favoritism by then-Health Minister Ginés González García.


As a deputy, Valdés's position on the legalization of abortion was subject of much speculation by Argentine media ahead of the Chamber of Deputies vote on the Voluntary Interruption of Pregnancy Bill on 11 December 2020. Despite the bill counting with support from President Alberto Fernández, Valdés's faith and his closeness to the Vatican and to Pope Francis were highlighted as potential reasons for his opposition. In an open letter, Valdés was personally asked by his son, Juan Manuel, to vote in favor of the bill. In the end, Valdés voted against the bill, becoming one of the 32 deputies out of 119 in the Frente de Todos to vote against.


At the 2019 general election, Valdés was the 5th candidate in the Frente de Todos list to the Chamber of Deputies in the City of Buenos Aires. Despite not being elected, Valdés took office on 10 December 2019 in place of Fernando Solanas, who never took his seat and instead became Argentina's representative before UNESCO.


In addition, Valdés also served as a member of the Mercosur Parliament from 2015 to 2019, as a member of the Buenos Aires City Legislature from 2000 to 2003, and as a member of the 1994 Constitutional Convention.

He resigned from the post in December 2015 to take office as member of the Mercosur Parliament. His last official act as ambassador was the inauguration of a new building for the Argentine embassy in the Vatican, near St. Peter's Square.


In 2014, Valdés was appointed as Argentina's ambassador to the Holy See by President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, replacing Juan Pablo Cafiero. He was granted agrément on 15 October 2014 and confirmed by the Argentine Senate days later. As ambassador, Valdés organized the five meetings held between Fernández de Kirchner and Pope Francis in 2015. He also organized the Pope's meetings with Diego Maradona and members of La Cámpora.


In 2000, Valdés was elected to the Buenos Aires City Legislature, where he presided the Justicialist Front parliamentary bloc. In 2003, he was appointed chief of staff of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Worship, during the administration of Rafael Bielsa. He stepped down from that post upon then-president Néstor Kirchner's request, following a diplomatic spat with Cuba over Hilda Molina, the mother of a Cuban-born Argentine resident who was denied the right to leave the island.


In 1995, he founded the National School of Governance of the National Institute of Public Administration; he served as the school's director until 1998.


Valdés's political career began in 1989, as secretary general of the Buenos Aires City Government during the mayorship of Carlos Grosso. In 1991, Valdés was appointed city councillor. Later, in 1994, he was elected as one of the representatives of the Federal Capital in the Constitutional Convention tasked with rewriting the Constitution of Argentina.


Eduardo Félix Valdés (born 16 February 1956) is an Argentine politician, currently serving as National Deputy elected in the Federal Capital. A member of the Justicialist Party, Valdés served as the Argentine ambassador to the Holy See during the presidency of Cristina Fernández de Kirchner.

Eduardo Félix Valdés was born on 16 February 1956 in Córdoba, though he was raised in Neuquén. He went to school at the Colegio Don Bosco of Neuquén. Later on, he studied law at the University of Buenos Aires. Valdés counts with master's degrees on international relations from the Murcia and Georgetown University.