Simón Alberto Consalvi

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Simón Alberto Consalvi
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Minister of Interior and Justice of Venezuela
In office
1988–1989
President Jaime Lusinchi
Preceded by José Ángel Ciliberto
Succeeded by Alejandro Izaguirre
172nd Minister of Foreign Affairs of Venezuela
In office
13 March 1985 – 11 January 1988
President Jaime Lusinchi
Secretary of the Presidency of Venezuela
In office
1984–1985
President Jaime Lusinchi
Succeeded by Carmelo Lauría Lesseur
169th Minister of Foreign Affairs of Venezuela
In office
15 July 1977 – 12 March 1979
President Carlos Andrés Pérez
Preceded by Ramón Escovar Salom
Succeeded by José Alberto Zambrano Velasco
Personal details
Born (1927-07-07)7 July 1927
Santa Cruz de Mora, Venezuela
Died 11 March 2013(2013-03-11) (aged 85)
Caracas, Venezuela
Spouse(s) Josefina Carrero

María Eugenia Bigott

Tibisay Cerrada

Profession politician, diplomat, historian, journalist
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Simón Alberto Consalvi (7 July 1927 – 11 March 2013) was a Venezuelan politician, journalist, diplomat and historian. He was Minister of Foreign Affairs of Venezuela on two occasions (1977-1979/1985-1988), Minister of Interior and Justice of Venezuela (1988–1989), Secretary of the Presidency (1988), and also held several Ambassadorships. A journalist and author of many books, he was member of the National Academy of History since 1997,[1] and Associate Editor of the daily El Nacional.

Because of a domestic accident, Simon Alberto Consalvi died in Caracas, Venezuela on 11 March 2013[2] He was 85.

Partial bibliography[edit]

  • “La Paz Nuclear” (1988)
  • “1989 / Diario de Washington” (1990)
  • “Pedro Manuel Arcaya y la crisis de los años 30” (1991)
  • “Auge y caída de Rómulo Gallegos” (1991)
  • “Lascivia Brevis” (1992)
  • “Grover Cleveland y la controversia Venezuela-Gran Bretaña” (1992)
  • “Los Gómez de Zapata” (1993)
  • “Profecía de la palabra” (1996)
  • “El perfil y la sombra” (1997)
  • “Las relaciones Venezuela-Estados Unidos en la primera mitad del siglo XX” (2000)
  • “Profecía de la palabra, Vida y Obra de Mariano Picón Salas” (2001)
  • “El Precio de la Historia” (2001)
  • “Historia de las relaciones exteriores de Venezuela, 1810–2000” (2001)
  • “Reflexiones sobre la Historia de Venezuela” (2002)
  • “Augusto Mijares, el pensador y su tiempo” (2003)
  • “El carrusel de las discordias” (2003)
  • “El petróleo en Venezuela” (2004)
  • “1957: el año en que los venezolanos perdieron el miedo” (2007)
  • “La Guerra de los Compadres” (2009)
  • “La Revolución de Octubre” (2010)

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