- Not to be confused with Daniel A. Martinez, the Historian from the U.S. National Park Service.
Martínez pursued an engineering career prior to taking up a ministerial post. For many years he was President of Uruguayan Engineers' Association.
He also taught university courses in his field.
He is a member of the Uruguayan Socialist Party, having been active during the period of civilian-military rule 1973-1985.
- 'Daniel Martínez', Wikipedia (in Spanish) es:Daniel Martínez
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