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Tony Leon

Tony Leon currently writes, speaks and consults on current affairs and future prospects, based on his unique background, as the longest serving leader of the Opposition in the Parliament of South Africa since the advent of democracy, as well as former Ambassador to Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay (appointed by President Jacob Zuma). Leon served 20 years in parliament, (winning Helen Suzman's seat when she retired), led the Democratic Party which he grew from 1.8 percent to become the Official Opposition in 1999. He founded the Democratic Alliance in 2000, winning control of the Western Cape Province and of the City of Cape Town. After his retirement from the Party leadership, Leon, a trained lawyer and former law lecturer, was invited as a Fellow at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard, and to the Cato Institute in Washington DC. He writes an acclaimed column in the Business Day, authored four books, and is invited to speak to different audiences both in South Africa and abroad. He lives in Cape Town with his wife Michal.



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