Juan Dalmau Ramírez

Juan Dalmau Ramírez

Juan Dalmau Ramírez (born 1973, Caguas, Puerto Rico) is a lawyer and politician.

party_name = Partido Independentista Puertorriqueño
"PIP - Puerto Rican Independence Party "
colorcode = Green | party_
leader = Rubén Berríos Martínez
secretary general = Juan Dalmau Ramírez
foundation = October, 1946
ideology = National Liberation Movement, Social liberalism, Social democracy, Pan-Latin Americanism
headquarters = San Juan, Puerto Rico
international = Socialist International (SI)
colours = Green & White


Juan Dalmau Ramírez graduated from Notre Dame High School. In 1995 he obtained a bachelor’s degree from the University of Puerto Rico in Political Science, and a Juris Doctor from the University of Puerto Rico School of Law three years later.

Juan Dalmau was elected to the charge of Editor-in-Chief of the prestigious U.P.R. Law School Law Review. He represented the University of Puerto Rico's Law Review in travels abroad, including a trip to Universitat de Barcelona, in Barcelona, Spain.

After graduation, Dalmau served as a Law Clerk for the Chief Justice of the Puerto Rico Supreme Court. In 2000, Juan Dalmau graduated from Harvard University Law School’s Graduate Program, earning his LL.M.


Since then, Dalmau-Ramírez has quickly risen in the Puerto Rican Independence Party (PIP)’s hierarchy, serving as a Legislative Adviser for Senator Manuel Rodríguez Orellana and Fernando Martín, before being elected to serve as Party Commissioner in Municipality Affairs and PIP Secretary General. Juan Dalmau-Ramírez currently serves as the Electoral Commissioner of the Puerto Rican Independent Party to the Puerto Rico State Electoral Commission (CEE), in addition to his position as Secretary General.

Dalmau-Ramírez is considered by some to be the next PIP's gubernatorial candidate for the November 2008 elections; others view Dr. Edwin Irizarry Mora, an economist and tenured professor at the University of Puerto Rico (Mayaguez), as the more probable choice of the PIP's members and grassroot constituency. Dalmau and current PIP's Senator María Santiago Esq. are seen by some political pundits as possible successors in the Presidency of the Puerto Rican Independence Party, seat held by Rubén Berríos Martínez.

ee also

*Latin American and Caribbean Congress in Solidarity with Puerto Rico’s Independence
*Manuel Rodríguez Orellana - PIP Secretary of Relations with North America

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