Ulises Humala

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Ulises Humala

Ulises Humala Tasso is a professor at the Universidad Nacional de Ingeniería and a Peruvian politician who ran unsuccessfully for president in the 2006 election on the Avanza País ticket.[1] He was running against his brother, Ollanta Humala, and 18 other candidates.[2] Ulises received 0.2% of the vote, coming in 14th place.

Like his brother Ollanta, Ulises Humala considers himself to be a nationalist. However, he claims to want to bring nationalism to all of Tawantinsuyo, not just modern-day Peru. He also considers the current 1993 constitution, produced in the "Democratic Constitutional Congress" after Alberto Fujimori's self-coup and during the Peruvian Constitutional Crisis of 1992, to be illegal.

One of his other brothers, Antauro Humala, is currently in prison for leading a failed military rebellion.[3] The other brother, Ollanta Humala is the current President of Peru.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Millett, Richard (2009) Latin American Democracy: Emerging Reality or Endangered Species, Routledge, ISBN 978-0-415-99047-9, p. 154
  2. ^ "Padre de Humala apoya amnistía para Abimael Guzmán y Víctor Polay", terra.com.pe, 17 march 2006, retrieved 2011-07-09
  3. ^ Boesten, Jelke (2010) Intersecting Inequalities: Women and Social Policy in Peru, 1990-2000, The Pennsylvania State University Press, ISBN 978-0-271-03671-7, p. 141