Raimundo Santos

18 of April of 2018 - 16h00
Aljube Museum Auditorium

Raimundo Santos is a guest in this conversation led by Ana Aranha that is part of a cycle organised by the Museum, where testimonies from former political prisoners of the Aljube or other political prisons of the Military Dictatorship and the Estado Novo (1926-1974) are collected. Raimundo Santos was arrested and tried for being a member of a “working committee” in the 1970s. He served time; then he departed for exile.

These conversations count with the participation of the audience (school and community).

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