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Raul d'Assunçao Pimenta REGO

Raul d'Assunçao Pimenta REGO, Portuguese Deputy. Member, Order of Liberty, 1975; Golden Pen of Liberty, FIEJ.

Background

  • REGO, Raul d'Assunçao Pimenta was born on April 5, 1913 in 1, Macedo de Cavaleiros, Portugal. Parents: Manuel José Regó and Vitoria da Purificaçao Pimenta (née Pimenta).

  • Education

    • Primary School, Moráis, 1919-1924. Seminary of Holy Ghost Missions. Viana do Castelo and Braga, 1924-1931.

      Noviciate, Orly, France, 1931-1932. Theology, Viana do Castelo, 1932-1935. Escola Superior Colonial, Lisbon, 193536.

      Spoken languages: French, English.

    Career

    • Member of Movimento de Uniao Democrática (MUD), 1945 and all democratic opposition movements in Portugal prior to April 1974 revolution. Minister of Social Communications, 1974. Member, Constituent Assembly, 1975-1976.

      Deputy, Assembly of the Republic since 1976. Member, Parliamentary Committee on Foreign Affairs. Journalist, Jornal doComércio, 1941-1971.

      Journalist, Diário de Lisboa, 1961-1972. Contributor, O Primeino de Janeiro, 1945. Diário de Noticias, 1974-1989, Jornal de Noticias, 1977-1989.

      Editor, Républica, 75. Editor, Aluta, 1975-1977. Member, Union of Journalists.

      Member, CEIG (Publishing and Graphic Arts Co-operative).

    Works

    • A Historia de Portugal de Rebelo da Silva, anotada por Camilo Castelo Branco. Cristaos Novos e Cristaos Velhos em Portugal, 1959. Horizontes Fechados.

      1959. Diário Politico, 1959. Historia da Républica Portuguesa (5 vols.), 1986.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Socialist Party

    Religion

    None.

    Membership

    Clubs: Casa da Imprensa (Press Club). Casa de Trás os Mantes. Grémio lusitano.

    Connections

    • Spouse Maria Antonieta Ferreira Pedrosa, 1979. Children: Maria Manuela, Sofia.
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    Born April 5, 1913
    Nationality

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