Justino Eduardo Andrade Sanchez He is the brother of the famous composer Sergio Andrade, who rose to prominence in his productions in the 1990s and later faced justice on charges of corruption of minors.
However, Eduardo Andrade worked in a completely different aspect, he studied law at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM(and joined the Institutional Revolutionary Party)Wild) Since adolescence, since he was 17 years old around 1965. On three occasions he was a member of the National Executive Committee of the aforementioned party, although he attempted to resign at one point, but this request was not granted.
A few years after completing his studies, he returned to the Faculty of Law to teach.
Eduardo Andrade Sanchez played a role as a sports broadcaster in Independent television in Mexico In the late 1960s and beyond Televisa From 1972 to 1976; However, for most of his career he was involved in politics as a representative and senator.
Constructor for Coatzacoalcos, Veracruz, He was Deputy of the Congress of Federation for District 1 of the then Federal District in 1979, served as Senator for the Congress of Federation of Veracruz from 1994 to 2000 and was a Deputy of the LVIII Legislature from 2000 to 2000. 2003. Likewise, it was President of the Veracruz Congress From 2010 to 2013 his last position was as a multi-member deputy in the Veracruz Congress.
He is currently 75 years old, a native of Coatzacoalcos, Veracruz, and in recent years has undertaken several collaborations with the Autonomous University of Nuevo León (UANL), because in May 2022 he was at the book show Municipal law With other researchers and professors Faculty of Law and Criminology.
In 2018, he had some input into the program Memory 68l Channel ElevenThis is what he wrote about this product, and he stated on his personal Facebook page that this cooperation with the Institut National Polytechnique (IPN) channel awakened many memories of his time as a broadcaster:
“Last week I concluded the series of Memoria 68 programs on Canal One, the last of which is attached here. The entire series is available on YouTube for anyone interested in remembering the events of half a century ago. For me, it was a pleasure to present these programs that took me back to my days as a TV presenter.
Around 2006, Eduardo Andrade Sanchez received an award National Journalism Award for your program In the analysisHe said the Club of Journalists of Mexico received recognition
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