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Camilo Gonzalez

Camilo Gonzalez Posso (b. 1947) is a Colombian chemical engineer, historian, economist and political activist. He began his career as a teacher at different universities in Cali and Bogota, Colombia, including the National University of Colombia, remaining at the academy for more than 20 years.

Gonzalez is the author of several books on political theory and Colombian economy, including Colombian History - 20th Century ("Historia de Colombia - Siglo XX"), Popular Participative Planning ("Planeacion participativa popular"), Social Security Reforms ("Reformas a la seguridad social (politicas en salud pensiones y riesgos profesionales)"), The End of Neo-liberalism (Neo-structuralism and Alternative Development) ("El fin del neoliberalismo (neoestructuralismo y desarrollo alternativo)") and Constitution and Democracy ("Democracia y constitucion"), among others.

Gonzalez is the promoter, founder and president of several Colombian political parties such as the 1968 Socialist Block (Bloque socialista), the 1975 Socialist Party of the Workers (Partido socialista de los trabajadores), the 1989 Democratic Alliance M-19 (AD-M19). He also co-founded the Independent Democratic Pole (Polo Democratico Independiente) in 2002.

Related websites

Impulse Committee: Independent Global Commission to Assess Drug Policies

INDEPAZ home page (Spanish)

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