Brecha (newspaper)

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Brecha
Type weekly newspaper
Format Tabloid
Founder(s) Hugo Alfaro
Founded 1985
Political alignment independent left
Language Spanish
Headquarters Montevideo, Uruguay
Official website http://www.brecha.com.uy

Brecha is a Uruguayan weekly newspaper.

History[edit]

Founded in 1985 by Hugo Alfaro and other journalists that had started their careers at Marcha under the influence of Carlos Quijano. As Quijano had died in 1984 in exile, they decided to take a new name, and try to continue with the original idea: an independent leftist weekly newspaper.[1]

Together with Búsqueda, it is considered one of the two most influential political weekly newspapers in Uruguay.[2]

References[edit]

This article incorporates information from the equivalent article on the Spanish Wikipedia.
  1. ^ Alfaro, Hugo (1994). Por la vereda del sol (in Spanish). Montevideo: Ediciones de Brecha. pp. 222–231. 
  2. ^ "Information about Uruguay" (in German). Auswärtiges Amt. Retrieved 24 Nov 2012.