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Carlos Mesa
Carlos Mesa
Carlos Mesa in Guatemala City (2014)
78th President of Bolivia
In office
17 October 2003 – 6 June 2005
Vice President Vacant
Preceded by Gonzalo Sánchez de Lozada
Succeeded by Eduardo Rodríguez
Vice President of Bolivia
In office
6 August 2002 – 17 October 2003
President Gonzalo Sanchez de Lozada
Preceded by Jorge Quiroga Ramírez
Succeeded by Álvaro García Linera
Personal details
Birthday/Birthplace Carlos Diego Mesa Gisbert
(1953-08-12) August 12, 1953
La Paz, Bolivia
Citizenship Bolivian
Political party no party affiliation
Wife/Husband Elvira Salinas de Mesa
Alma mater Complutense University of Madrid, Universidad Mayor de San Andrés

Carlos Diego Mesa Gisbert (La Paz, Bolivia, August 12, 1953) is a Bolivian politician, journalist, historian, filmmaker and writer, sixty-third President of Bolivia since October 17 from 2003 until his resignation on June 9, 2005.

Carlos Mesa’s Biography

Carlos Mesa was born in the city of La Paz on August 12, 1953. He is the son of two prominent historians, José de Mesa and Teresa Gisbert, studied at the San Ignacio school in La Paz and continued his secondary education in Madrid, in the St. Stanislaus of Kostka. He entered to the careers of Political Sciences and Letters in the Complutense of the Spanish capital in 1971 and three years later he returned to Bolivia, where he enrolled in the Universidad Mayor de San Andrés in the Literature career, from which he graduated in 1978.

As a filmmaker, he founded and directed the Cinemateca Boliviana (1976-1985), made numerous historical documentaries and produced the feature film Jonás y la ballena rosada (1995), directed by Juan Carlos Valdivia and based on Wolfango’s homonymous novel Montes Vannuci has also published three books on the history of Bolivian cinema.

As a journalist, he has worked in radio, press and television. He served as deputy director of the late newspaper Última Hora (1982-1983), director of the channels América Televisión in Bolivia, Telesistema Boliviano and ATB (1985-1990). That last year he created the company Journalists Associated Television (PAT), which, led by Mesa until 2007 (except for the period in which he held the vice presidency and the country’s presidency), was first a news producer and then a channel. From 1983 to 2002 he conducted the talk show De Cerca. He has been distinguished with important prizes, such as the King of Spain 1994 (along with Mario Espinoza), the Manuel Vicente Ballivián Foundation and the National Journalism Prize in 2012.

Table at the International Book Fair of Miami, 2014 presenting the Soliloquio del Conquistador

His cinematographic vocation was linked to that of researcher in the series Bolivia XX century (released in 2009, a contemporary history of the country in 24 chapters of an hour on average) and in the hundred television documentaries he made. In addition, he co-authored with his parents the successful History of Bolivia (1997), a book that had already been published eight times in 2012. He is a member of the Bolivian Academy of History and the Bolivian History Society.

In 2014 he debuted in fiction with the novel Soliloquio del Conquistador published in Mexico.

He is president of the Community Foundation (since its creation in 2007), an organization that aims to contribute to the strengthening of democratic institutions and human rights, and general director of the television production company Plano Medio. < / p>

A soccer fan, he has a blog with his son Borja Ignacio about the history of this sport in Bolivia.

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