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March 14, 1993
The Mexican government has named Enrique Loaeza Tovar, consul general in San Diego, as the new consul general in Los Angeles, the U.S. city that is home to the largest number of people of Mexican ancestry. Loaeza, who earned a reputation in the sensitive San Diego post as an outspoken defender of the rights of Mexican border-crossers, replaces Fausto Zapata Loredo, now consul general in New York. Loaeza is expected to assume the Los Angeles position within weeks.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 10, 1999
Standing at the birthplace of the city of Los Angeles, Mayor Richard Riordan and Mexican Consul General Jose Luis Bernal on Tuesday celebrated the 30th anniversary of the sister city relationship between Los Angeles and Mexico City. The two men praised the Sister City program for strengthening the economic, cultural and political ties between the cities.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 10, 1990
Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradley will leave next week on a trip to Mexico, his fifth foreign excursion this year, it was announced Friday. Beginning Nov. 14, Bradley will spend five days in Mexico City, where he will meet with national and local leaders, including Mexico President Carlos Salinas de Gotari, to discuss economic development and international trade between Los Angeles and Mexico, as well as immigration and illicit drug trafficking from Central and South America.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 14, 1993
The Mexican government has named Enrique Loaeza Tovar, consul general in San Diego, as the new consul general in Los Angeles, the U.S. city that is home to the largest number of people of Mexican ancestry. Loaeza, who earned a reputation in the sensitive San Diego post as an outspoken defender of the rights of Mexican border-crossers, replaces Fausto Zapata Loredo, now consul general in New York. Loaeza is expected to assume the Los Angeles position within weeks.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 26, 1992 | MARJORIE MILLER and GEORGE RAMOS, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Fausto Zapata Loredo, who served as governor of San Luis Potosi for 13 days last year before controversy forced his resignation, has been named Mexico's consul general in Los Angeles. In a terse statement issued Wednesday night, the Foreign Ministry said that Zapata, 51, would replace Jose Angel Pescador Osuna, who has been recalled to Mexico City.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 10, 1999
Standing at the birthplace of the city of Los Angeles, Mayor Richard Riordan and Mexican Consul General Jose Luis Bernal on Tuesday celebrated the 30th anniversary of the sister city relationship between Los Angeles and Mexico City. The two men praised the Sister City program for strengthening the economic, cultural and political ties between the cities.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 26, 1992 | MARJORIE MILLER and GEORGE RAMOS, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Fausto Zapata Loredo, who served as governor of San Luis Potosi for 13 days last year before controversy forced his resignation, has been named Mexico's consul general in Los Angeles. In a terse statement issued Wednesday night, the Foreign Ministry said that Zapata, 51, would replace Jose Angel Pescador Osuna, who has been recalled to Mexico City.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 10, 1990
Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradley will leave next week on a trip to Mexico, his fifth foreign excursion this year, it was announced Friday. Beginning Nov. 14, Bradley will spend five days in Mexico City, where he will meet with national and local leaders, including Mexico President Carlos Salinas de Gotari, to discuss economic development and international trade between Los Angeles and Mexico, as well as immigration and illicit drug trafficking from Central and South America.
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