TALK | ‘Can Bolivia share in Latin America’s economic revival?’ by Carlos Mesa, former President of Bolivia 15/02/2011

Canning House is delighted to host a talk with Carlos Mesa, former President of Bolivia, in which he will give his views on Bolivia’s future participation in the emerging economies of Latin America.

Carlos Diego Mesa Gisbert, born 12 August 1953, is a Bolivian historian, politician and journalist. He studied literature in Madrid and La Paz before later turning to journalism where he became one of the country’s best known TV personalities.

Sr. Mesa entered politics in 2002 winning the vice-presidency as Gonzalo Sanchez de Lozada took the presidency. Following Sr. Lozada’s resignation, Sr. Mesa became president of the Republic in October 2003 and was in office until June 2005.

Chaired by Mr Hugh Elliott, Chairman of Canning House

Please note that the talk will be in Spanish with English interpretation

FREE EVENT | Tea and coffee will be served from 8.30am

For more information email paula.hynd@canninghouse.org or call 0207 235 2303 x 225

Tickets: £0.00 (£0.00 incl. VAT) / Members: £0.00 (£0.00 incl. VAT)

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