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Clodomiro Almeyda

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Clodomiro Almeyda Medina (February 11, 1923 – August 25, 1997) was a Chilean politician. A leading member of the Socialist Party, served as Minister of Foreign Affairs of Chile from 1970 to 1973 during the Presidency of Salvador Allende. Biography He did his first studies at the German and Application High Schools of Santiago, and then studied at the Faculty of Law, University of Chile. He graduated in 1948 with a thesis entitled "Towards a Marxist theory of the State". He later became a professor of political science in the domain of his studies, especially in the School of Sociology. He joined the Socialist Party of Chile in 1941, participating in the Popular Socialist Party during the internal bankruptcy in the first part of the 1950s. During the second government of Carlos Ibáñez del Campo he was head of the Ministries of Labor and Mining, standing out in his first ministry for being a promoter for the Single Central of Workers (CUT). With the reunification of the part
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