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Background Information

Employment History

Mayor

Villa Tunari


Coca Farmer and Mayor

Villa Tunari


Party Mayor

M.A.S.S. CORP


Web References(12 Total References)


www.boliviaweekly.com

The mayor of Villa Tunari, Feliciano Mamani, along with a committee from the Emergency Operation Center (COE) of Cochabamba, flew over the flood-ravaged region bringing humanitarian aid.


www.peacemagazine.org

Feliciano Mamani, the mayor of Villa Tunari in Chapare states, "It is important to dispel the myth that we, in the tropics, are terrorists.


www.gulf-times.com

The defiance is summed up by Feliciano Mamani, a coca farmer and mayor of Villa Tunari in central
Bolivia . Resting a leg on his desk and revealing a bullet wound on his shin, he shrugs: "This was the war on drugs." The defiance is summed up by Feliciano Mamani, a coca farmer and mayor of Villa Tunari in central Bolivia . Resting a leg on his desk and revealing a bullet wound on his shin, he shrugs: "This was the war on drugs."


gnn.tv [cached]

In the city hall of Villa Tunari, one of the damp little towns in the Chaparé, MAS party mayor Feliciano Mamani takes a break from meetings to explain the politics of the Chaparé."The drug war is a political fight.It's about dismantling our union organizations," says Mamani, who came up through the ranks with Evo."First they called us communists, then they called us narco-traffickers, now they call us terrorists." To emphasize his point Mamani rolls up his pants to reveal his dented and blackened shin, where he took a canister of police tear gas five years ago.The wound exposed his bone and remained open and weeping until recently.As he explains the story of his injury, a gray Huey helicopter sweeps low and loud overhead.


www.blog.ivcdteam.org

A fellow activist, union leader Feliciano Mamani, was tortured at the Chimoré military base for allegedly stirring up anti-military sentiment among the farmers.During a demonstration four years earlier, Mamani was shot at and his shinbone was shattered.He claims that "American drug enforcement agents" led the attacks.Mamani was elected mayor of Villa Tunari, a city in Chapare.The foreign aid workers have been driven out, and local municipalities are now administering the foreign aid money.


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