Edmundo Novillo
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Edmundo Novillo
Edmundo Novillo Aguilar
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Minister of Defense

9 November 2020
PresidentLuis Arce
Luis Fernando López
1st Governor of Cochabamba

30 May 2010 - 31 May 2015
Jorge Ledezma (as prefect)
Iván Canelas
President of the Chamber of Deputies

22 January 2006 - 22 January 2010
Norah Soruco
Héctor Enrique Arcé Zaconeta
Member of the Chamber of Deputies
from Cochabamba

6 August 2002 - 22 January 2010
ConstituencyCircumscription 29[1]
Personal details
Edmundo Novillo Aguilar

(1963-01-28) 28 January 1963 (age 58)
Totora, Carrasco Province, Cochabamba
Political partyMovement for Socialism

Edmundo Novillo Aguilar (born 28 January 1963 in Totora, Campero Province, Cochabamba) is a Bolivian lawyer, politician, and Governor of Cochabamba. His political career includes serving on the Departmental Council, as Mayor of Totora, and as a Deputy in the Bolivian Chamber of Deputies.[2] He was Presidents of the Chamber of Deputies for four years from 2006 to 2010.[2] He is affiliated with the Movement for Socialism (MAS-IPSP), and was the first MAS-IPSP member to serve a President of the Chamber of Deputies.

Novillo won the 2010 gubernatorial election in Cochabamba with 61.9% of the vote.[3] He was succeeded in 2015 by Iván Canelas.[4] On 9 November 2020, the recently inaugurated President Luis Arce appointed him Minister of Defense.[5] It was announced on 28 December that Novillo had gone into quarantine after contracting COVID-19.[6]


  1. ^ "Observatorio del Poder Legislativo en America Latina".
  2. ^ a b "Novillo, el primer gobernador". Los Tiempos. 2010-04-05. Archived from the original on 2010-04-09. Retrieved .
  3. ^ Corte Nacional Electoral, Acto de Computo Nacional Archived 2011-07-16 at the Wayback Machine
  4. ^ "Canelas es Gobernador electo de Cochabamba - Periódico La Patria (Oruro - Bolivia)". Periódico La Patria (in Spanish). Retrieved .
  5. ^ Bolivia, Opinión. "Exgobernador de Cochabamba asume el Ministerio de Defensa". Opinión Bolivia (in Spanish). Retrieved .
  6. ^ "Dos ministros, Revilla, Chapetón y Reyes Villa tienen coronavirus". www.paginasiete.bo (in Spanish). Retrieved .
Political offices
Preceded by
Jorge Ledezma
as prefect
Governor of Cochabamba
Succeeded by
Iván Canelas
Preceded by
Luis Fernando López
Minister of Defense

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