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Felipe Sola

Felipe Sola (born 23 July 1950) is an Argentine politician of the Justicialist Party (Peronism) and was the governor of the province of Buenos Aires until he left office in 2007.

Sola is an agricultural engineer. He studied at the University of Buenos Aires. He is married and has two children. He was also a university professor, a journalist, and a counselor and researcher in economics topics.

Sola abandoned his political allegiance to Duhalde after President Nestor Kirchner did likewise, aligning with the policies and projects of the national government. He was a supporter of the Kirchnerist candidates in his province during the campaign for the 2005 legislative elections. In 2007, after stepping down as Governor, he once again became national deputy for his Province.

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