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Ministry of National Assets
Javiera Toro Cáceres
National Assets Minister Javiera Toro Cáceres is the eldest of four siblings and the granddaughter of Alicia Vega País, a celebrated human rights defender during the dictatorship. She studied law at the Universidad de Chile, where she was a leader in the student mobilizations of 2006 and 2011.
In 2015, she earned her law degree and then undertook a master’s degree in law, specializing in public law, at the Universidad de Chile. She worked at Fundación Nodo XXI, investigating social and educational rights, and worked as an attorney in private practice.
She was the first president of the Partido Comunes between January 2019 and July 2020. In this role she experienced one of the defining moments of her political career when, in November 2019, she became one of the signatories of the Agreement for Peace, which gave rise to an unprecedented democratic process and the drafting of a new constitution for Chile.
Sebastián Vergara Tapia
Sebastián Vergara Tapia holds a Degree in Geography from the Universidad de Chile and a Master’s in Local Development and Natural Resources Management from the Universitat Jaume I, Spain.
With 15 years of experience in the public sector, mainly in planning, local development and the environment, he has worked at the Defense Ministry, the Municipality of La Pintana, the Transport and Telecommunications Ministry and the Metropolitan Intendency.