Ronald MacLean-Abaroa served as mayor of La Paz between 1985 and 1997and is internationally recognized for his anti-corruption work as a local governor. He has held five national cabinet positions and was the presidential candidate of the governing party of 2002. Shortly after, he joined the World Bank as the Lead Public Sector Management Specialist and now lectures at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. He is also a founding member of Transparency International, and its first Chairman for Latin America.
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