|Member of the Chamber of Deputies of Chile |
for the District No. 24 (La Reina and Peñalolén)
11 March 1994 –11 March 2002
|Preceded by||Martín Manterola Urzúa|
|Succeeded by||Enrique Accorsi Opazo|
José Tomás Jocelyn-Holt Letelier
January 16, 1963
|Spouse(s)||Morin Eidelstein Areces|
|Alma mater||Pontifical Catholic University of Chile|
|Known for||Candidate for President of Chile (2013)|
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He's the younger brother of Alfredo Jocelyn-Holt, a well known historian. He also has another brother, Enrique, an economist.
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