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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. He was running against his brother, Ollanta Humala, and 18 other candidates. 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 be less radical. 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.
- Millett, Richard (2009) Latin American Democracy: Emerging Reality or Endangered Species, Routledge, ISBN 978-0-415-99047-9, p. 154
- "Padre de Humala apoya amnistía para Abimael Guzmán y Víctor Polay", terra.com.pe, 17 march 2006, retrieved 2011-07-09
- 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
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