Revolutionary movement tupamaro or tupamaro is a far left marxist political party and one of the most prominent colectivos in venezuela several tupamaros participate in peaceful movements while some believe the idea of armed struggle as a means to gain power the group allegedly has ties with farc. Parte 1 del documental tupamaros: la fuga de punta carretas, el cual es un relato sobre un episodio en el cual la política y la voluntad personal se entrel.
The tupamaros say that about 3,000 of their adherents served time in prison over more than two decades and that some 300 died, in battles or in prison, or disappeared about 50 members of the security forces died in the war with the tupamaros. Tupamaros claimed that the surgeon was secretly tupamaro and this is why his life was saved in reality the doctor was simply following ordinary medical ethics at the time, the president of uruguay was the controversial jorge pacheco areco, who had suspended certain constitutional guarantees in response to mln and communist unrest.
''our violence was a reply to fascism,'' said jose mujica cordano, the secretary general of the tupamaros, contending that ''fascism in uruguay did not begin just with the military coup of 1973. Spot del foro batllista para la campaña electoral 2004 en uruguay la difusión televisiva del aviso fue prohibida. Uruguay was the contemporary example of a country eliminating its terrorist threat galvanized at last by the murder of us police advisor dan mitrione, it decisively defeated the tupamaros in the process a moderate, progressive, pluralistic and civilian-run country was transformed into a military dictatorship. Tupamaro [uruguay] one simple definition of political violence is the use of force and coercion by organized domestic groups to achieve their national political objectives as so defined, political violence was virtually endemic in most latin american countries in the mid-20th century.
The tupamaros were a group of urban guerrillas who operated in uruguay (primarily montevideo) from the early 1960's to the 1980's at one time, there may have been as many as 5,000 tupamaros operating in uruguay. Tupamaros, also known as the mln-t (movimiento de liberación nacional-tupamaros or tupamaros national liberation movement), was a left-wing urban guerrilla group in uruguay in the 1960s and 1970s the mln-t is inextricably linked to its most important leader, raúl sendic, and his brand of social politics.
Tupamaros and their sympathizers referred to the nine as ''hostages'' the tupamaros say that about 3,000 of their adherents served time in prison over more than two decades and that some 300 died, in battles or in prison, or disappeared about 50 members of the security forces died in the war with the tupamaros. The tupamaros, a leftist guerrilla organization, opposed the government of uruguay and engaged in terrorist activities with raids, bombings, bank robberies, kidnappings, and assassinations.
José mujica and uruguay's robin hood guerrillas the volkswagen-driving former bank robber president and the tupamaros, the marxist insurgents for which he fought.
After democratic rule returned to uruguay in 1985, most of those jailed, including sendic, were released under a general amnesty, and tupamaro was reorganized as a legal political party.