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However, the resilient Lithuanian doesn’t give in to his illness: in the middle of the interview he bounces back, beginning to speak with confidence and clarity. Born in Bogota, to a family of Lithuanian immigrants, Aurelijus Rūtenis Antanas Mockus Šivickas was known as the chancellor of the National University responsible for having a hand in the creation of the constitution, before becoming a politician.Though few in Lithuania know of Mockus‘ contribution to the Colombian constitution, many do remember an incident during his time as chancellor, when he bared his behind while having a heated argument with his students.They also painted stars in places that were the scenes of traffic accidents resulting in deaths. We wanted people to learn how to behave better than others.When you do something that’s esthetically beautiful, you can quickly make it popular via television.Looking at the sixty year-old Colombian of Lithuanian descent, you wouldn’t say that this was the fault of old age: the only thing suggesting his age was his slightly gray-flecked beard.What poses the biggest problem for Mockus is Parkinson’s disease; he disclosed his condition several years ago, while running as a Colombian presidential candidate.In economic theory, physical capital is one of the three primary factors of production, also known as inputs in the production function.The others are natural resources (including land), and labor — the stock of competences embodied in the labor force.
Taip pat reitinge vertinamos tiek įprastos pažinčių svetainės su registracija, tiek pažinčių skelbimų svetainės.Mockus, who has spread his roots deep in Colombia, arrived in Vilnius last week after being invited to give a lecture at the World Lithuanian Economic Forum.Meeting up with journalists after the forum, the man shares his thoughts about a possibility of staying to live in Lithuania.We believed that choosing mimes was fitting, because they were (doubly passive),” said Mockus in French, after running out of Lithuanian vocabulary, continuing on in English.His language is often adorned with French and Spanish words.