March 24th, 2015

Notable Uruguayan women – professor and politician Belela Herrera is glad to inform that Uruguayan Post has released a special stamp to commemorate the notable woman of the country – Belela Herrera. The stamp was issued and put into circulation on the 6th of March.

Maria Bernabela " Belela" Herrera Sanguinetti, is a professor and political Uruguayan was vice chancellor of Uruguay between 2005 and 2008.

Besides being mother of five children and grandmother of 12 grandsons, Herrera is professor of English. University of Chile studied Sociology in. From 1973 passes to be civil servant of the High Commissioner of the UN for the refugees in countries such as Argentina, Mexico, Spain, Peru, Brazil, Chile as well as in countries of Central America and the Caribbean . Within the UN held the position of Sub Director of the Division of Human rights in a mission of the UN in El Salvador. Also it worked of observer of DD HH in the mission that did the UN altogether and OAS in Haiti. As well as worked of observer of DD HH in the elections of South Africa.

Returned the democracy in Uruguay assumes the International Presidency of the Commission of Subjects and Relations of Extended front. And in February of 1995 assumes like Director of Cooperation and International Relations in Municipal Intendance of Montevideo, this position extended until July of 2005.

1st of March of 2005 the president of Uruguay, Tabaré Vázquez, appoints Vice chancellor of Uruguay along with its pair, the Chancellor Reinaldo Gargano.

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