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Employment History

Sandinista Mayor
Managua

National University of Nicaragua

Education

Ph.D.
nuclear physics
University of North Carolina

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The PAC competed in the 1990 ...

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The PAC competed in the 1990 elections as the Revolutionary Unity Movement with Moises Hassan, a former Sandinista mayor of Managua, as candidate.


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I also got to meet with another old friend, Dr. Moises Hassan, former Sandinista mayor of Managua.Moises has a Ph.D. in nuclear physics from the University of North Carolina and was a member of the original Junta de Reconstrucción Nacional which governed Nicaragua in the period immediately following the Sandinista victory in 1979.Though he was an important figure in the victory over Somoza, and then served as mayor of Managua in the mid-1980s, he later separated from the movement and today is not engaged in politics at all.He does consulting work with several US universities and has been teaching at the National University of Nicaragua until recently.


John Preston The Rebirth Brass Band Tickets who works with the Los Angeles | MASA Soccer

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A yearlong study is to be completed in the fall, and Mayor Moises Hassan is now in Spain, consulting with urban planners from around the world. Only twice, she said, did she hear children use the word tomboy, though adults did so fairly commonly.

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