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Friday, December 9

Peru's Relationship with Chile and Bolivia and the Implications for Peru's 2006 Elections

For those in the Washington, DC area, the Andean Seminar is offering a talk about the Peruvian elections next year:
On behalf of The George Washington University Seminars on Andean Culture and Politics, we invite you to join us for the seminar, ?Peru?s Relationship with Chile and Bolivia and the Implications for Peru?s 2006 Elections?, featuring Ambassador Fernando de la Flor Arbulú and retired General Jaime Salinas Sedó.

The seminar will take place on Tuesday, December 13, 2005, from 12:15pm to 1:45pm in room 211 of the Elliot School of International Affairs, located at 1957 E St., N.W. Refreshments and cookies will be provided, but please feel free to bring your own lunch.

-- Ambassador Fernando de la Flor Arbulú is Peru?s Ambassador to the Organization of American States. Previously, he served as Legal Advisor in the Presidential Office in Lima and as Secretary General to the Presidency of Peru. In the 1990s, he was a member of the Executive Council of Peru?s Foro Democrático. Ambassador de la Flor received his law degree from the Catholic University in Peru.

-- Jaime Salinas is a retired General of the Peruvian Army. He was a commander of the second military district in Lima, and worked against the consolidation of the Fujimori regime after the 1992 autogolpe. He was also founder and head of a Lima NGO focusing on the geopolitics of Peru, and is currently an advisor to the Peruvian Mission to the Organization of American States.

We hope that you can attend; if so, please RSVP to [email protected], giving your name, title, and organizational affiliation.

Visitor parking will be available at the GW Parking Garage located at 800 21st St. (entrance on H St. between 21st and 22nd Streets).
Since I have finished with my most pressing work this year at CICAD, I may be able to attend.

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