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Nelson Manrique

Sociologist and Historian

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Background Information

Employment History

Professor

Catholic University


Political Analyst

Catholic University


Affiliations

Catholic University

Historian


Web References(60 Total References)


www.denverpost.com

"To me, the Humala family is the Andean version of the Ad-dams Family," said Nelson Manrique, a sociologist who backed Humala for president but is now critical of his government.


www.timesobserver.com

"The betrayal of his electoral promises, I think that's the most important element in the loss of popular support he has," said historian and columnist Nelson Manrique.
Humala, a 50-year-old former army lieutenant colonel, is suffering for taking a hard line against protesters; 17 people have been killed in violent disturbances since he took office.


peru.120host.net [cached]

"The extradition is a test by fire" for the government, sociologist and historian Nelson Manrique told the newspaper El Comercio.


ownthepress.com [cached]

Nelson Manrique, a political analyst with Catholic University in Lima, told the Associated Press that Garcia is trying to "deliver the Amazon to multinationals."


www.leaderherald.com

Her Fuerza 2011 party has just 13 seats in the 120-member congress and Nelson Manrique, a Catholic University professor, believes she has been weakened by the strong judicial condemnation of her father.
''It's one thing to capitalize on the romantic image of the daughter defending a presumably innocent father, another defending a sentenced criminal,'' he said.


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