Luis Beltrán Guerra

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Luis Beltrán Guerra G. has a doctorate in legal sciences from Harvard University, with postgraduate degrees from the University of Rome, New York University and a lawyer from the Central University of Venezuela. He is a professor of public law and political science. He has been Attorney General of the Republic (Venezuela), Minister of Justice, Senator and Deputy.

He is the author, among other works, of Democracy and the Contemporary State; The Venezuelan dilemma; Leticia Harentz Pérez, a Venezuelan who comments on the Constitution of the Fifth Republic; Juan Rivas, the repeater, and The Constituent Theory: explained in a few lessons by Petra Dolores Landaeta.