Moisés Dagdug Lutzow, Mexican politician, Died at 65

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Moisés Félix Dagdug Lützow was born on June 18, 1950, and died on February 20, 2016.
He was a Mexican politician from the Party of the Democratic Revolution.
Moises served as Deputy of the LX Legislature of the Mexican Congress representing Tabasco, from 2006 to 2009.
Moisés Dagdug Lutzow attended the UNAM and received his degree in mechanical engineering in 1974, as well as a master’s degree in administration of state-owned enterprises from that institution in 1978.
He was the director of a travel agency, Viajes Kukulcan, from 1980 to 2000.
Previously, Lutzow was an assistant director of FONATUR, the National Tourism Fund.
As a politician, he was temporarily a member of the PRI, Dagdug ran as a candidate for mayor of the town of Comalcalco.
Lutzow was elected from the PRD to serve as deputy for Tabasco’s third district, in 2006, which includes Comalcalco.
For three terms, he served on the Radio, Television and Film Committee, where he was its secretary.
Moisés also served on the Energy Committee, as well as a selected committee for regional development in south and southeastern Mexico and a committee analyzing ecological and social damage done by PEMEX.
Moisés also was involved in the radio business.
During 1977, José Sabino Dagdug Jahirala earned XEVX-AM in Comalcalco, and in 1987, Moisés and three other family members took control of the concession.
He became the station’s sole concessionaire, in 2006.
However, the station moved to the FM band and is now known as XHVX-FM, broadcasting on 89.7 MHz.
Lutzow was also the president of the Tabasco Radio and Television Chamber, the state’s association of broadcasters, on two occasions.
Moisés Dagdug Lutzow passed away at 65 yrs old.