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Julio Neira, Cantabrian presidential candidate and regional deputy, dies

Professor and essayist Julio Neira, who was in 1995, PSOE candidate for the presidency of Cantabria and deputy of the regional parliament in the IV legislature. (1995-1999), died in Malaga. Neira (Madrid, 1954), professor of literature at the National Distance University (UNED), began his career as a manager in 1986 when he was appointed. Delegate of the Ministry of Education and Science of Cantabria, a position he held under the mandate of the ministers Maraval, Solana and Pérez Rubalcaba until January 1993, when he moved to that minister’s cabinet until 1995. In May of the same year, he stood for regional elections as a candidate for the Cantabrian Presidency of the PSOE. He was a Cantabrian parliamentarian until 1999.

Doctor of Philology since 1981 He devoted much of his life to teaching and research., preferably to the study of modern Spanish poetry, especially the “Generation of 27”, in which he was a recognized specialist. He was director of the Centro Generación del 27 Diputación de Málaga; Coordinator of the Andalusian Center of Letters and General Director of Books, Archives and Libraries of the Ministry of Culture of the Andalusian Government.

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During the action carried out last Saturday by the PSOE of Cantabria, during which tribute to socialist deputies in the parliament of Cantabria In these ten legislatures, the General Secretary of the Autonomous Community Party, Pablo Zuloaga, informed those present of Neira’s death.

Zuloaga expressed the “pain” of the Cantabrian socialists over the death of colleague Neira – he said – “very beloved”, “legendary” and that he took “a bold step in difficult times”. Thus, on behalf of the party and its members, he sent “all encouragement” to his family and friends. The audience at the event, who filled the main hall of the Chiqui Hotel in Santander, dedicated a thunderous applause to the memory of Neira.



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