Víctor Manuel Liceaga Ruibal


1935 –


Who is Víctor Manuel Liceaga Ruibal?

Víctor Manuel Liceaga Ruibal was a Mexican politician. Liceaga Ruibal served as the Governor of Baja California Sur from 1987 to 1993. He was a member of the Institutional Revolutionary Party.

Liceaga Ruibal was born in La Paz, Baja California Sur, on February 11, 1935.

Liceaga Ruibal began his career in the civil service. He served in both the federal Chamber of Deputies and the Senate, representing Baja California Sur. He was also the former head of the Institutional Revolutionary Party in Baja California Sur.

Liceaga Ruibal served as a government delegate for Iztapalapa, Mexico City during the early days of the Miguel de la Madrid administration. Liceaga Ruibal lost his left arm in a plane crash in Colima. Additionally, he held posts as a PRI delegate for the party's national executive committee in several Mexican states, including Tabasco. He was a special representative of the PRI's executive committee during the 2006 Mexican presidential election.

Liceaga Ruibal died from respiratory failure in Cabo San Lucas on February 13, 2012, at the age of 77. He had been visiting his sister in Cabo San Lucas at the time. His funeral was held in La Paz.

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Feb 11, 1935
La Paz
Dec 31, 1969

on July 23, 2013


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