Gildo Insfran (b. 1951) is an Argentine Justicialist Party (PJ) politician, current governor of Formosa Province.
Insfran, a veterinarian, became a provincial legislator in 1983. In 1987, he became vice-governor of Formosa under Governor Vicente Joga, serving for two terms.
Insfran replaced Joga and became Governor of Formosa in 1995, with former governor Floro Bogado as his own vice-governor. He subsequently fell out with Joga, who has pursued his bid to be re-elected to the Supreme Court of Argentina, appealing against the changes in Formosa's laws allowing Insfran to be re-elected indefinitely. Insfran was re-elected in 1999 and again, by a large margin, in 2003. Having been close to former President Carlos Menem, Insfran is now close to President Nestor Kirchner, who defeated Menem in 2003.
'Insfran marchaba hacia la victoria en Formosa'
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