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Salvador Nasralla

Salvador Nasralla

Sector : Public Figures, Public Figures

Personal Info

  • Country of residence: Honduras
  • Gender: Male
  • Born in: 1953
  • Age: 67
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Salvador Alejandro César Nasralla Salum (born January 30, 1953) is a Honduran sports journalist, television presenter, master of ceremonies, businessman, and politician. He is the presenter of the TV programs 5 Deportivo and X-0 da Dinero, and has been called "El señor de la televisión". He was the founder of the Anti-Corruption Party  in 2011 when he stood for president in the 2013 Honduran geneal election. He stood again in the 2017 Honduran general election for the political alliance Alianza de Oposición contra la Dictadura, made up of Liberty and Refoundation and the Innovation and Unity Party. He lost the election,  but the Organization of American States called for a new vote amidst widespread irregularities.

Nasralla was born in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. His parents, Alejandro Nasralla and Alicia Salum, are Palestinian and his mother was born in Chile. He spent his childhood in the northern city of Trujillo, Colón. At the age of eleven, his family returned to Tegucigalpa. There, he attended his secondary studies at Instituto San Francisco and obtained his high school diploma. During his adolescence he began being a journalist, working at Emisoras Unidas from 1966 to 1969, and in Uniradio and Radio Católica. He also took classes of drama and television

Achievements and Awards

After returning from Chile, Nasralla became the CEO of Pepsi Honduras. He also became a professor at the National Autonomous University of Honduras where he gave lectures on business and engineering.

In 1981, he started his career in television.


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