Simón Alberto Consalvi
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Simón Alberto Consalvi

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Born Jul 7, 1927
Age 88
Hometown Mérida (State)

Simón Alberto Consalvi, is 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.… Read More

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Learn about the memorable moments in the evolution of Simón Alberto Consalvi.

CHILDHOOD

1927 Birth Born on July 7, 1927.

THIRTIES

1958 31 Years Old On 20 December 1958, married with Josefina Carrero Prato, also during this year was elected as deputy for Mérida to the National Congress. Between 1965-1966, was director of the Central Office of Information (OCI), in the administration of Raúl Leoni.
1965 38 Years Old By his initiative, in 1965 founded the cultural magazine Imagen, achieving after that, the creation of the state-owned publishing house Monte Ávila Editores in 1968, also during this decade was director of the National Institute of Culture and Fine Arts (INCIBA). … Read More

FIFTIES

1977 50 Years Old In 1977 Consalvi was designated by President Carlos Andrés Pérez as Minister of Foreign Affairs remaining until 1979, during this period signs in 1978, the threats of delimitation of marine and submarine areas with Netherlands, Dominican Republic and the United States. Between 1984 to 1985, is in charge of the Secretary of Presidency, during the administration of Jaime Lusinchi. In 1985, is reappointed to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, facing in 1987 the Corbeta Caldas incident, when a Colombian vessel refused to leave disputed water arguing that those waters were part of Colombia. … Read More

LATE ADULTHOOD

1992 65 Years Old In 1992, besides political and journalistic work, Consalvi wrote his first short stories book, entitled Lascivia Brevis.
1997 70 Years Old In 1997 he became a member of the Venezuelan Academy of History, and started a Sunday column at the daily El Nacional. … Read More
2007 80 Years Old In 2007 he published 1957: el año en que los venezolanos perdieron el miedo, an essay book that portraits the political and social crisis of Venezuela during the last year of the dictatorship of Pérez Jiménez. … Read More
2011 84 Years Old In 2011 journalist Ramón Hernández presented the book Contra el Olvido, a series of conversations with Consalvi about his life and the contemporary history of Venezuela.
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