Ruperto Long

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Ruperto Long (Rosario, Uruguay, December 23, 1952), Uruguayan engineer, politician and writer.

Biography[edit]

Long got his engineering degree from the Universidad de la República; later he studied technology management at Harvard Business School.

He worked in several Uruguayan public bodies, including UTE, and LATU, which he presided (1990–2003).

He served as Senator, representing the National Party (2005–2010).

He is also a writer. His main publications are:[1]

  • Che Bandoneón (2002).
  • Hablando claro (2009).
  • No dejaré memorias. El enigma del Conde de Lautréamont (2012).

References[edit]

This article incorporates information from the equivalent article on the Spanish Wikipedia.
  1. ^ Dossier de prensa – escritor Ruperto Long

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