Lima, January 25, 2022Updated on 01/25/2022 07:59 pm
After knowing that Julio ‘Coyote’ Rivera was appointed as president of the Peruvian Sports Institute (IPD), the Youth and Sports Working Group, which belongs to the Education Commission of the Congress of the Republic, asked the minister of said portfolio for the documented Curriculum Vitae of the former soccer player.
“I am pleased to address you to express my cordial greetings and, at the same time, to inform you that I have become aware of Supreme Resolution No. 002-2022-MINEDU, by which Mr. Julio Cesar Rivera Gonzales is designated as new President of the Peruvian Sports Institute.
Given this, and under article 96 of the Political Constitution of Peru and article 87 of the Regulations of the Congress of the Republic, I request you to order the remission, to my office, of a copy of the documented Curriculum Vitae which motivated his appointment as President of the Peruvian Institute of Sport”, reads the document sent to the ministerial office with the signature of the mgtr. Diana Carolina Gonzáles Delgado, coordinator of the Youth and Sports Working Group.
Julio ‘Coyote’ Rivera, new president of the IPD
The resolution was published in the official newspaper El Peruano and bears the signature of both the President of the Republic, Pedro Castillo; like that of the Minister of Education, Rosendo Serna.
It should be noted that the Supreme Resolution indicates that “The Peruvian Sports Institute (IPD) is a public executing agency attached to the Ministry of Education, with technical, functional and administrative autonomy to fulfill its functions”.
Julio ‘Coyote’ Rivera He is a former soccer player for the Peruvian national team who also played professionally with FBC Melgar, Universitario de Deportes and Sporting Cristal. With the sky-blue team, he stood out after winning the three-time championship in the Peruvian tournament, as well as his participation in the 1997 Copa Libertadores.
After his retirement as a soccer player, Paolo Guerrero’s brother has participated in projects related to soccer and applied for the Congress of the Republic with the political party Unión por el Perú in 2021.