Dal carcere. Testimonianze di prigionieri politici peruviani

Author/s Juan Carlos Bonilla
Publishing Year 2010 Issue 2010/4
Language Italian Pages 10 P. 69-78 File size 311 KB
DOI 10.3280/HM2010-004008
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From the Peruvian prison-tombs, two works come to us of two former guerrilla-fighters, the leaders of the Movimiento Revolucionario Tupac Amaru (mrta), who have been imprisoned for more than fifteen years: Maria Lucero Cumpa Miranda and Miguel Rincon Rincon. The first testimony is about the detention of the only woman at the top of the Movement, her hopes, her strength and the contraddictions in the Peruvian legal system on the matter of detention. Then we have three works by the founder and second in command of MRTA, works regarding the agricultural issue, one of the most important problems in Peru, the reclaiming of the original identity in order to protect their roots (Andean, Half-cast, Afroamerican, all enriched with Asian and European insertions) and the need for the unity of the Latin American homeland.

Keywords: Mrta, political prisoner, Dictatorship, Internationalism, Identity, Andean community

Juan Carlos Bonilla, Dal carcere. Testimonianze di prigionieri politici peruviani in "HISTORIA MAGISTRA" 4/2010, pp 69-78, DOI: 10.3280/HM2010-004008